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Formed and started operations in 2005. D B A Polar Airlines de Mexico. Domestic, regional and international, charter, passenger and cargo, jet airplane services.
Av Arkansas 31, Colonia Napoles
03810 Mexico City, (Distrito Federal), Mexico
Mexico was established in 1821, covers an area of 1,958,201 sq kms, its population is 101 million, its capital is Mexico City, and its official language is Spanish.
December 2004: 737-217 (22257, XA-AEG) & 737-291 (21640, XA-MJE), Petrozaz leased.
October 2005: (ICAO) Code: PMO - POLAR MEXICO.
July 2006: 737-247 (23521, XA-NOV), ex-Delta Airlines (DAL), Celtic Capital leased.
September 2006: Nova Air (PMO) is a start-up operating passenger jet airplane charter flights between Mexico, the Caribbean, Central and South America. Plans to add destinations to the USA, Canada, and Europe.
(ICAO) Code: PMO - (Callsign - POLAR MEXICO).
Main Base: Mexico City Lic Benito Juarez International Airport (MEX).
January 2008: Malev Hungarian Airlines (HGA) sold three CRJ-200s to Alma de Mexico and one CRJ-200 to Nova Air (PMO), which is based in Mexico City.
February 2008: 737-247 (23603, XA-FNP), delivery.
November 2008: See attached photo of Nova Air (PMO) 737-217 (XA-OHC) and 737-291 (XA-OCI) stored at the Aviones S.A complex, Mexico City with other airplanes from other failed Mexican airlines, Azteca Airlines (AZX) & Republicair - - "PMO-STORED 737-NOV08." It is thought that these two stored 737s are now the property of Vigo Jet Cargo.
December 2008: 737-247 (23603), returned to Celtic Capital as (N632CC).