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Name: MIAMI AIR INTERNATIONAL
7JetSet7 Code: MIB
Status: Operational
Region: NORTH AMERICA
City: MIAMI
Country: USA
Employees 405
Web: miamiair.com
Email: marketing@miamiair.com
Telephone: +1 (305) 876-3600
Fax: +1 (305) 871-4222
Sita: MIAOOGL
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MIB-2002 - Charter Rankings
MIB-2004-03 - B
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MIB-2004-06 - New Livery
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MIB-2005-03-A
MIB-2005-07-Charter Traffic
MIB-2007-STATS-A
MIB-2009-05 - JETAMERICA
MIB-2015-06 - Update-A.jpg
MIB-2015-06 - Update-B.jpg
MIB-2015-06 - Update-C.jpg
MIB-2015-06 - Update-D.jpg
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MIB-LOGO

FORMED IN 1990 AND STARTED OPERATIONS IN 1991. ESTABLISHED AS A PRIVATELY OWNED CHARTER AIRLINE BY A FORMER EASTERN AIRLINES (EAL) VP, OPERATING MAINLY FROM THE NEW YORK AREA TO CARIBBEAN CRUISE OPERATORS. DOMESTIC, REGIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL, PASSENGER, JET AIRPLANE SERVICES.

ADDRESS:
5000 NW 36 STREET, SUITE 307
PO BOX 660880
MIAMI, FLORIDA 33266-0880, USA

USA (United States of America) was established in 1776, it covers an area of 9,363,123 sq km, its population is 280 million, its capital city is Washington DC, and its official language is English.

DECEMBER 1995: MIAMI AIR INTERNATIONAL (MIB) FLIES TO THE CARIBBEAN, NORTH, CENTRAL & SOUTH AMERICA.

332 EMPLOYEES (INCLUDING 152 FLIGHT CREW (FC) & 170 MAINTENANCE TECHNICIANS (MT)).

2 727-200A's (JT8D-15A), EX-CONTINENTAL AIRLINES (CAL).

NOVEMBER 1996: JAMES MCMENIMEN, DIRECTOR QUALITY CONTROL (QC) RESIGNED, AND WAS SUCCEEDED BY ROBERT PAULETT, DIRECTOR QUALITY CONTROL.

1 +2 ORDERS (JANUARY & NOVEMBER 1997) 727-200's (22437; 22435, 22434).

MAY 1997: ROBERT PAULETT, VP MAINTENANCE OPERATIONS. RALPH PRYOR, DIRECTOR MAINTENANCE. KARL RICKER, DIRECTOR QUALITY CCONTROL.

JUNE 1997: 270 EMPLOYEES (INCLUDING 152 FLIGHT CREW (FC)).

JULY 1997: KEN WILSON, VP MAINTENANCE REPLACES CHARLES GIURTINO, WHO WAS REASSIGNED TO SPECIAL PROJECTS. JOHN MCBRYAN, DIRECTOR PROGRAMS & PLANNING (EX-DIRECTOR MAINTENANCE, AMERIJET (AMJ).

OCTOBER 1997: LONG-TERM CONTRACT WITH (GUE) AND ITS USA SUBSIDIARY TOUR OPERATOR, SUNQUEST TO LOCATE UP TO 5 727'S IN THE UK NEXT SUMMER. WILL TAKE OVER SUNQUEST'S LOS ANGELES (LAX)/SAN FRANCISCO (SFO) - HONOLULU, CURRENTLY FLOWN BY SUN COUNTRY AIRLINES (SCA), & SUNQUEST'S MEXICO PROGRAM, NOW FLOWN BY ALLEGRO.

IN SPRING 1998, TO ACQUIRE DC-10'S, FOR HAWAII SERVICE, & A320'S IN SUMMER, TO REPLACE 727'S.

APRIL 1998: 320 EMPLOYEES (INCLUDING 84 FLIGHT CREW (FC)).

(http://www.miamiair.com). (mail@miamiair.com).

JULY 1998: 727-200 WET-LEASED TO SABRE AIRWAYS (SBE).

SEPTEMBER 1998: TEAMED WITH WORLD AIRWAYS (WLD) TO OFFER AD HOC PASSENGER CHARTERS.

ROSS FISCHER, PRESIDENT, REPLACES GARY MURPHY, NOW VP MARKETING/SALES.

OCTOBER 1998: 1997 = +$517,000 (+$2.43 MILLION) (NET PROFIT).

MEMBER OF NATIONAL AIR CARRIER ASSOCIATION (NACA), INCLUDING (CKF), (OAE), (EVR), (AAT), (TOW), & (WLD).

MARCH 1999: JIM KENNEY, VP MAINTENANCE REPLACES KEN WILSON WHO RETIRED.

APRIL 1999: 350 EMPLOYEES (INCLUDING 84 FLIGHT CREW (FC) & 140 CABIN ATTENDANTS (CA)).

SITA: MIAOOGL.

SEPTEMBER 1999: ROBERT PAULETT, SENIOR DIRECTOR QUALITY CONTROL (QC) RESIGNS. PAUL PICQUET, DIRECTOR QC (ACTING).

OCTOBER 1999: KEVIN CAMERON, DIRECTOR MAINTENANCE REPLACES WILLIAM SAUNDERS.

NOVEMBER 1999: 1998 = +$3.04 MILLION (+$517,000).

DECEMBER 1999: 727-225 (1668-22433, /80 48 30, N802EA), EX-EASTERN AIRLINES (EAL). +1 ORDER FEDEX (FED) HUSHKIT, FOR 727-200 (TOTAL 7).

JANUARY 2000: BILL HOFFMAN, DIRECTOR MAINTENANCE, EX-CUSTOM AIR TRANSPORT (CUS).

APRIL 2000: POSSIBLE 3 ORDERS 737-800'S.

JIM KENNEY, VP MAINTENANCE RESIGNS.

350 EMPLOYEES (INCLUDING 84 FLIGHT CREW (FC), & 140 CABIN ATTENDANTS (CA)).

JUNE 2000: 2 ORDERS (FEBRUARY 2001) 737-800's, LEASED. WILL LEASE 2 737-800'S FROM SABRE AIRLINES (SBE) IN NOVEMBER 2000 UNTIL NEW AIRPLANES DELIVER. 1 737-800, CIT (TSI) LEASED TO BE WET-LEASED TO (SBE) FOR SUMMER 2001.

JULY 2000: SELECTS COMMERCIAL JET TO CONVERT 8 727-200'S TO FREIGHTERS, THROUGH 2002 (AEI KITS).

NEW GROUP OF INVESTORS ACQUIRE A MAJORITY STAKE IN MIAMI AIR INTERNATIONAL (MIB), AND PLAN TO DIVERSIFY (MIB)'S OPERATIONS.

ALL 727'S WILL BE CONVERTED TO FREIGHTERS, FOR CONTRACTED CARGO FLIGHTS, AND AD HOC CARGO CHARTERS. 737-800'S WILL BE ACQUIRED TO MAINTAIN PASSENGER CHARTER BUSINESS.

CHARLIE GEBHARDT, VP MAINTENANCE.

1999 = +$871,000 (+$3.04 MILLION): 674 MILLION (RPK) TRAFFIC (-2.3%); 45.2% LF LOAD FACTOR; 436,000 PASSENGERS (PAX) (+1.6%); 425 EMPLOYEES (+21.4%).

SEPTEMBER 2000: MAIAMI AIR INTERNATTIONAL (MIB) CARGO OPERATIONS, NOW NAMED "QUEST INTERNATIONAL CARGO."

1ST OF 8 727-200'S (21988) BEING CONVERTED TO FREIGHTER BY COMMERCIAL JET, FLORIDA. THIS FREIGHT OPERATION FLIES FOR PARENT, EAGLE GLOBAL LOGISTICS (EGL). ON EACH FUSELAGE IS WRITTEN "www.questcargo.com."

OCTOBER 2000: JOHN PASSWATER, VP CARGO OPERATIONS.

SIGNS TECHNICAL AND MATERIAL SUPPORT AGREEMENT WITH DELTA AIRLINES (DAL) FOR 737-800.

BUSH/CHENEY PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN CHARTERS 727. 2 MD-87's (49725; 49778), FORD (YFD) LEASED TO TRANSPORT, FEDERAL PRISONERS, SUB-LEASED TO US MARSHALS SERVICE (USV).

FEBRUARY 2001: 142 CABIN ATTENDANTS (CA).

TOM OSTENDORP, DIRECTOR MAINTENANCE, EX-PAN AM (CVL) REPLACES KEVIN CAMERON.

APRIL 2001: 431 EMPLOYEES (INCLUDING 97 FLIGHT CREW (FC), & 170 CABIN ATTENDANTS (CA)).

737-81Q (29051, G-LFJB) RETURNED TO EXCEL AIRWAYS (SBE). 1 727-225F (22437, N806MA) CONVERTED TO FREIGHTER.

MAY 2001: 1 737-81Q (30618), CIT AEROSPACE (TCI) LEASED, SUBLEASED TO EXCEL AIRWAYS (SBE) TIL NOVEMBER 2001. 1 737-81Q (30619, N733MA), (TCI) LEASED.

JUNE 2001: APPLIES TO THE (FAA) FOR 180 MINUTES EXTENDED TWIN-ENGINE OPERATIONS (ETOPS) APPROVAL FOR 737-800.

AUGUST 2001: 2 ORDERS (MAY 2002) 737-800'S (30786; 30787), TOMBO (TOM) LEASED.

RECEIVES 120 MINUTES (ETOPS) APPROVAL FOR 737-800 (FOR OPERATIONS TO ICELAND).

NOVEMBER 2001: FRITZ WARNSTEDT, MANAGER MAINTENANCE CONTROL.

ORLANDO - ARUBA - CARACAS - ORLANDO FOR ARUBA BASED AVIA AIR.

737-81Q (30619, N733MA) RETURNED FROM EXCEL AIRWAYS (SBE). 737-81Q (29052) (SBE) LEASED.

DECEMBER 2001: 1 727-243 (1227-21266, /76 40 28 N521DB), EX-DB AIR (WHERE IT HAD OPERATED SPORTS TEAM CHARTERS) UNDER RYAN INTERNATIONAL (RYN) OPERATIONS SPECIFICATION, RIVERHORSE (RVR) LEASED.

MAY 2002: 1 727-2J4 (20766, N211DB) & 727-243 (21266, N521DB), DB AIR LEASED.

July 2002: 2001 = +$944,000 (+$655,000): 585 million (RPK) traffic (-23.1%); 40.1% LF load factor; 440,000 passengers (PAX) (-13.6%); 45 million (FTK) freight traffic (+916.9%) 500 employees (+16%). 1st Quarter = 136.25 million (+28.5%); 44% LF load factor, 134,000 passengers (PAX) (-1.5%). 6 months = 250.19 million (RPM) traffic (+21.4%); 234,000 passengers (PAX) (-13.3%); 44.7% load factor LF.

(marketing@miamiair.com).

2 727-225F'S (21855; 22437), & 727-231F, sold to Cargojet Canada (CJT)/Winnport Logistics (WNT).

May 2003: 727-225F (21854), sold to Cargojet Canada (CJT).

August 2003: 727-225F (22435) sold to CargoJet Canada (CJT).

September 2003: 2002 = -$16.22 million (+$944,000): 771 million (RPK) traffic (+32%); 400,000 passengers (PAX) (-17.3%); 54% LF load factor; 12.70 million (FTK) freight traffic (-71.8%).

2002 TOP WORLD AIRLINES PASSENGER TRAFFIC (RPK) (Million):
211 (TRANS STATES A/L) 861M; 212 (SAS) COMMUTER) 854M; 213 (PORTUGALIA) 827; 214 (ADR) 794; 215 (PIE) 789; 216 (MIB) 771; 217 (IRB) 759; 218 (AUA) 749; 219 (ORC) 722; 220 (EXECUTIVE A/L) 718; 221 (AIR DOLOMOTI) 712; 222 (CITYJET) 694; 223 (TCV) 691; 224 (MNG) 686; 225 (UKA) 676.

December 2003: 737-81Q (29051), Excel Airways, (SBE) leased.

March 2004: 737-8Q8 (32799, N738MA), (ILF) leased.

April 2004: In June 2004, will operate Atlanta - Fort Lauderdale (3/day, roundtrips) for AirTran Airways (CQT).

1st Quarter = 128.7 million (RPM) traffic (+23.1%); 45.6% LF load factor; 89,000 passengers (PAX) (+14.1%).

737-8Q8 (30670, N739MA), (ILF) leased. 737-81Q (29051) returned to Excel Airways (SBE).

May 2004: 463 employees (including 116 Flight Crew (FC), & 143 Cabin Attendants (CA)).

737-81Q (29052) returned to Excel Airways (SBE). 737-81Q (30619) leased to (SBE).

July 2004: 2003 = +$8.08 million (-$16.23 million).

August 2004: Will operate service for Russia Jet Direct, which will begin weekly charter in October 2004, on a Houston - Seattle - Anchorage - Petropavlovsk - Yuzhno Sakhalinsk route.

November 2004: 737-81Q (30619) returned from Excel Airways (SBE).

December 2004: 2 737-81Q's (29051, N904MA; 29052, N906MA), Excel Airways (SBE) leased again.

February 2005: 727-225 (22433) to GeStar Airlines.

October 2005: 1st 9 months = Passenger traffic 424.33 million (RPM) traffic (+36.1%); 335,000 passengers (+25%); 55.5% LF load factor.

November 2005: 737-81Q (30619, N733MA), CIT (TCI) leased.

December 2005: 2 737-81Q's (29051, N904MA; 29052, N906MA), (SBE) leased, deliveries.

January 2006: NavAero received a Supplemental Type Certificate (STC) for its tbag C2 squared electronic flight bag (EFB) system installed as a Class II (EFB) on a Miami Air International (MIB) 737-800.

February 2006: Avionics Support Group received a Supplemental Type Certificate (STC) for its navAero t-Bag C22 Class 2 Electronic Flight Bag (EFB) for the 737NG. 1st installation was completed on a 737-800 for Miami Air International (MIB), which plans fleet wide deployment in the coming months.

2 orders (July 2006) 737-48E (28053; 28198), ex-Asiana Airlines, (ILF) leased. 737-8DC (34596, N740EH), delivery.

March 2006: 737-81Q (29051, N904MA), returned to Excel Airways (SBE).

April 2006: 737-81Q (29052), returned to Excel Airways (SBE).

August 2006: 737-48E (28198, N752MA), (ILF) leased.

September 2006: Miami Air International (MIB) operates passenger charter, jet airplane flights throughout the USA, Canada, Mexico, Latin America, and to the Caribbean . A cargo division was formed in 9/00, and operates under the "Quest Cargo International" brand.

405 employees (including 80 Flight Crew (FC); 120 Cabin Attendants (CA); & 70 Maintenance Technicians (MT)).

(IATA) Code: GL. (ICAO) Code: BSK - BISCAYNE.

Parent organization/shareholders: TSI Holdings (100%).

Main Base: Miami International Airport (MIA).

Hubs: New York Kennedy airport (JFK); Chicago O'Hare International airport (ORD); Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International airport (ATL); Dallas/Fort Worth International airport (DFW); & Washington Dulles International airport (IAD).

November 2006: 737-48E (28053, N753MA), ex-Asiana Airlines (AAR), (ILF) leased, in "Miami Heat" National Basketball Association (NBA) colors.

December 2006: 737-81Q (29052, N906MA), Excel (SBE) leased.

April 2007: 737-81Q (29052, G-XLAD), returned to XL Airways (SBE).

July 2007: 2 737-8Q8s (30670, N739MA; 32799, N738MA), wet-leased to Martinair (MTH).

September 2007: Is hiring 4 pilots (FC) per month through October.

737-8Q8 (32799, N738MA), returned from Martinair (MTH).

December 2007: 737-81Q (29051, N904MA), XL Airways (SBE) leased.

January 2008: 2007 Performance Statistics: 781.79 million (RPK)s traffic (+15.09); +30.77 (ASK)s; +44.5% (ASK)s; 385,000 passengers (+17.74%) - - SEE ATTACHED "MIB-2007-STATS-A."

April 2008: 737-81Q (29051), returned to XL Airways (SBE). 737-8Q8 (30670, N739MA), wet-leased to TransAvia (TAV).

May 2008: Miami International (MIA) asked for >$60 million to finish its new baggage handling system and people-mover, key components of an expansion program already years past deadline and nearly $1 billion over budget. (MIA) said it needs another $43.5 million for the Siemens baggage system and $20.8 million for the rooftop automated train system built by Sumitomo. Train cars are finished but the mile-long terminal must be completed before the track can be installed, so the airport is paying Sumitomo >$54,000 per month to store and "exercise" the 20 cars in Japan. Sumitomo said the tires and electrical system will deteriorate if not used periodically. (MIA) said the huge terminal expansion project will be completed in 2011 and cost >$6 billion. The 1st section, a new concourse for hub carrier American Airlines (AAL), opened in 1995. When it finally is finished, the terminal will have some 8 million sq ft of space in an elongated "H" shape.

737-83N (30675, N304TZ), (ILF) 4 year leased.

July 2008: Miami Air (MIB) is accepting flight crew (FC) resumes and is conducting a class of 6 pilot Second in Command (SIC)s in July and August. The carrier is scheduled to receive another 737-800 to its fleet in August.

August 2008: 737-800 delivery.

September 2008: Miami Air (MIB) is accepting Flight Crew (FC) resumes and is conducting a class of 6 Pilot (FC) Second In Command (SIC)s in September, 6 in October, and 4 in November.

October 2008: Miami International Airport (MIA) dropped its landing fee -39% to $1.18 per 1,000 lbs of landed weight for the current fiscal year that began October 1. The move reduces the cost per departing passenger to $16.48 from $17.39 in the prior fiscal year (FY) and a projected $18.87 under the previously announced (FY) 2009 rate. The fee was projected to rise to as much as +$2.46. Director of Aviation, Jose Abreu warned that in (FY) 2010, the landing fee could be as high as $3.73 per 1,000 lbs, as the airport faces debt service related to the current expansion program, and other deferred expenses. He said the airport responded to airline appeals for lower rates and saved $51 million by leaving 23 positions vacant, deferring garage painting and other maintenance work and finding management efficiencies.

November 2008: 1st 6 months = 385.47 million (RPK)s traffic (-3.79%); -6.5% (ASK)s; 43.2% LF (+1.2); 185,000 passengers (-1.07%).

April 2009: 737-8Q8 (30670), and 737-83N (30675), wet-leased to (TUI) Nederland (HOL).

May 2009: SEE ATTACHED - - "MIB-JETAMERICA-MAY09" - - WHICH SHOWS A NEW CHARTER SERVICE BY A NEW PUBLIC CHARTER OPERATOR NAMED "JETAMERICA" WHICH INTENDS TO INTRODUCE A CHARTER SERVICE OPERATED BY MIAMI AIR INTERNATIONAL (MIB) 737-800 AIRPLANES.

737-7BX (30740, N737KA), delivery and wet-leased to Kaiser Air/Kona Air Shuttle (http://www.kona-shuttle.com). Kona Air Shuttle is a private all first class (F) charter service that flies from Oakland International Airport, California to Kona International Airport near Kailua-Kona, Hawaii. It was started as a private club for the members of exclusive developments on the North Kona Coast of the Big Island of Hawaii, Hualalai resort and Kukio. Flights operate 2x-weekly, using this 737-7BX airplane operated by Miami Air International (MIB). Initially, flights were operated by Primaris Airlines (PRM) and later by RyanAir (RYN).

July 2009: 737-8Q8 (32799, N738MA), wet-leased to (TUI) Airlines Nederland (HOL).

August 2009: 737-8Q8 (32799, N738MA), returned from TUI Airlines Nederland (HOL).

February 2011: Miami Air (MIB) is accepting Flight Crew (FC) applications and resumes. (MIB) is not currently interviewing pilots (FC).

December 2011: Miami Air (MIB) hired 6 737 Flight Crew (FC) pilots in November. (MIB) anticipates an additional class of four in January. Applicants can mail their resumes to P O Box 660880, Miami, FL 33266 or email them to John Passwater at JPasswater@miamiair.com.

Also see FAPA.aero.

August 2013: According to FAPA.aero, Miami Air International (MIB) hired 3 flight crew classes of 4 First Officers (FC) which started in January, February and March for a total of 12 pilots (FC) this year. Classes of 4 pilots (FC) were planned for July and August and another 2 pilots (FC) planned for September. (MIB) is accepting (FC) resumes for more hiring possible in the Fall of 2013.

March 2014: Ascent Aviation Services will do heavy maintenance on 2 Boeing 737-800s for Miami Air International (MIB).

June 2015: See attached: "MIB-2015-06 - Update A/B/C/D/E/F/G.jpg."

July 2015: Arke ((IATA) Code: OR, based at Amsterdam) (HOL) has wet-leased 737-800 (32799, N738MA) from Miami Air International ((IATA) Code: LL, based at Miami International) (MIB) to cover the current summer season.

September 2016: 2 737-81Q (30618, N732MA; 30619, N733MA), 30618 returned from (TUI) Airlines (TUG) lease.

October 2016: Miami Air International (MIB) agreed to lease ex-(GOL) (GOT) 737-800 (36434) from Aviation Capital Group (CGP).

Fleet:
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September 2017:

0 727-2J4 (JT8D HK) (993-20766, N211DB), DB AIR LSD 2002-05. RTND 2003-11.

1 727-212 (JT8D-17 HK) (1502-21945, /79 N727NK), EXEC, 62F.

1 727-223 (JT8D-9A HK) (1335-21387, /78 N410BN), CYBERGATE LSD 2004-07. EXEC, 134 PAX.

0 727-225 (JT8D-15 HK) (1668-22433, /80, N802MA "STACY"), EX-(NWA), 1999-11; TO GESTAR AIRLINES 2005-02. TO (SSV) 2005-03. 172Y.

0 727-225 (JT8D-15 HK) (1532-21854, /79; 1535-21855, /79, CHASE MANH LSD; 1539-21857, /79, (FSB) LSD; 1671-22434, /80 N803MA "KIM;" 1674-22435, /80; (XCC) LSD), EX-(EAL), 1 WET-LST (SBE), N889MA; 22436; 22437; 22403; 22404; 22406; 21855; OPS FOR QUEST CARGO AS F. 21855 ST (CJT)/(WNT) 2002-07. 21854 ST (CJT) 2003-05. 22435 ST (CJT) 2003-08. 22434 ST THIRD PLATINUM AIRCRAFT (PCM) 2004-06. (22436; FOR SALE/LEASE BY CORPORATE CONCEPTS INTNL TEL: (281) 359-8070 APL IS LOCATED AT KINGWOOD, TEXAS). 172Y.

0 727-225F (JT8D-15 HK) (1682-22437, /80 N806MA), FOR QUEST OPS 2001-04, ST (CJT)/(WNT) 2002-07.

0 727-231F (JT8D-15A HK) (1586-21988, /80 N808MA), EX-(TWA), (EUR) LSD, RTND TO (CJT)/(WNT) 2002-07.

0 727-243 (JT8D HK) (1227-21266, /76 N521DB), EX-(ALI), (RVR) LSD 2001-12, DB AIR LSD 2002-05. RTND.

3 737-48E (CFM56-3C1) (2954-28053, /97 N; 2806-28198, /96 N752MA, 2006-08; 2954-28053, N753MA 2006-11 - IN "MIAMI HEAT" COLORS), EX-(AAR), (ILF) LSD. 56F, 12Y.

1 737-7BX (CFM56-7B) (776-30740, N737KA, 2009-05), ex-(VH-VBT), WET-LST KAISER AIR/KONA AIR SHUTTLE 2009-05 (http://www.kona-shuttle.com).

1 737-800 (CFM56-7B) (36434), EX-(GOT) 2016-10 AVIATION CAPITAL GROUP (CGP) LSD 2016-10.

1 737-8DC (CFM56-7B) (1875-34596, /06 N740EH "STACY"), WITH WINGLETS. TSI LSD 2006-02. 8F, 156Y; OR 172Y.

0 737-8Q8 (CFM56-7B24) (160-28218, G-OJSW), RTND (SBE) 2001-05. 173Y.

1 737-8Q8 (CFM56-7B26) (701-30039, /00 N734MA "BILLIE"), (ILF) LSD 2003-05. WINGLETS. 172Y; OR 8F, 156Y.

3 737-8Q8 (CFM56-7B24) (1481-30670, /04 N739MA "ELY;" 1467-32799, /04 N738MA "DIANE"), (ILF) LSD. 30670; 32799; WET-LST (MTH) 2007-07. 32799 RF (MTH) 2007-09. 30670; WET-LST (TAV) 2008-04. 30670; WET-LST TUI NEDERLAND (HOL) 2009-04. 32799; WET-LST (HOL) 2009-07. RF (HOL) 2009-08. 32799 WET-LST (HOL) FOR SUMMER SEASON 2015-07. 172Y; OR 8F, 156Y.

3 737-81Q (CFM56-7B26) (830-30618, /01 N732MA "LOIS TOO;" 856-30619, /01 N733MA "ELAINE"), (TCI) LSD, 30618 WET-LST (SBE) TIL 2001-11, 30619 LST (SBE) TIL 2002-10. 30619 (AGAIN) 2004-05, RF (SBE) 2004-11. 30618 WET-LST (MTH) 2004-10. 30619 RF (SBE) 2004-11. 30618 RF (MTH) 2005-09. 30619 RF (SBE) 2005-11. 30619; LST (SBE) 2007-05, RF 2007-11. 172Y; OR 8F, 156Y.

1 737-81Q (CFM56-7B26) (479-29051, 2000-02; 557-29052, 2000-05). 29051 RTND (SBE) 2001-04. 29052 (SBE) LSD 2001-11, RTND 2002-04. 29051 (SBE) LSD 2002-12, 2003-12, & 2004-12. RTND 2004-04. 29052 (AGAIN) 2004-06. 29051, N904MA; & 29052, N906MA; (AGAIN) 2004-12. 29051; 29052; (AGAIN) 2005-12. 29051; RTND (SBE) 2006-03. 29052; RTND (SBE) IN 2006-04. 29052 LSD (AGAIN) 2006-12. 29052; RTND (SBE) 2007-04. 29051; (SBE) LSD (AGAIN) 2007-12. 29051; RTT (SBE) 2008-04. 173Y.

1 737-83N (CFM56-7B) (898-30675, N304TZ), (ILF) LSD 2008-05. WET-LST TUI NEDERLAND 2009-04.

0 737-800 (CFM56-7B26) (30786; 30787), (TOM) LSD. RTND.

0 MD-87 (JT8D-219) (1552-49725, /89 N945MA; 1646-49778, /89 N948MA), (YFD) LSD 2000-10, WET-LST (USV) 2000-11. RTND TO (WJE). 115Y.

Management:
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MIB-3-Kurt Kamrad.jpg

GEORGE LYALL, CHAIRMAN.

JIM PROIA, PRESIDENT & CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER (CEO) (MIAOOGL) (jproia@miamiair.com).

BRIAN FITZGERALD, CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER (CFO) & VP FINANCE.

CAPTAIN KURT KAMRAD, VP FLIGHT OPERATIONS & CHIEF PILOT.

JOHN PASSWATER, VP CARGO OPERATIONS (2000-10).

TOM OSTENDORP, VP MAINTENANCE (2001-06), EX-(CVL),
(tosdendorp@miamiair.com).

MICHAEL HACKERT, VP SALES & MARKETING (mhackert@miamiair.com).

ARMANDO MARTINEZ, SENIOR DIRECTOR SAFETY & SYSTEMS.

DON BAXTER, SENIOR DIRECTOR QUALITY CONTROL (QC), EX-(CUS) (2000-01), (dbaxter@miamiair.com) (qc@miamiair.com).

DIANE CLARK, DIRECTOR OF SALES (dclark@miamiair.com).

JOHN PASSWATER, DIRECTOR FLIGHT SAFETY.

DAVE COCKRELL, DIRECTOR TECHNICAL SERVICES.

JIM CURRY, DIRECTOR PROGRAMS & PLANNING (2001-03).

JACQUE MELBEUF, FLIGHT SAFETY OFFICER.

RAY BRADLEY, DIRECTOR MAINTENANCE (2001-06).

KEVIN WHITE, DIRECTOR MARKETING.

JACK TARMEY, MANAGER QUALITY (2000-09).

FRITZ WARNSTEDT, MANAGER MAINTENANCE CONTROL (2001-10).

PAUL PICQUET, MANAGER QUALITY ASSURANCE, QUALITY CONTROL (QC), & TRAINING.

MS STACY MOREIA, MANAGER RECORDS.

 
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