Nouvelair - Wikipedia
Nouvelair Limited Company (French: Nouvelair Société Anonyme, Arabic: الطيران الجديد تونس‎‎), trading as Nouvelair Tunisie, or simply Nouvelair, is a Tunisian airline with its registered office in Tunis,[2] while its head office in the Dhkila Tourist Zone in Monastir,[3][4] near the Hôtel Sahara Beach.[5] The airline operates tourist charters from European cities to Tunisian holiday resorts. Its main bases are Monastir Habib Bourguiba International Airport, Tunis–Carthage International Airport and Djerba–Zarzis International Airport.[6]
Founded1989 (as Air Liberté Tunisie)
Operating bases
Frequent-flyer programjasmin[1]
Fleet size11
HeadquartersMonastir, Tunisia
Key peopleChokri Zarrad (CEO)
The airline was established in 1989 as Air Liberté Tunisie and started operations on 21 March 1990. It was founded as a charter affiliate of French operator Air Liberté. It is majority owned by Aziz Miled (who died in 2012) and has 614 employees (at March 2007).[6]
Corporate affairs
Ownership and management
The airline is privately owned. Current shareholders are (July 2014) Tunisian Travel Service (TTS) (55%), Sofiat (20%), Carte (15%) and Marhaba Hotels (10%).[7]
The CEO is Chokri Zarrad.[8]
Business trends
Full annual reports do not appear to be published. In the absence of these, available information on trends is shown below (for years ending 31 December):
Turnover (TND m)391
Net profit (TND m)
Number of employees617615616614520568
Number of passengers (m)1.781.811.481.651.
Passenger load factor (%)81.380
Number of aircraft (at year end)1414151713121111109810
Main article: List of Nouvelair destinations
Nouvelair Airbus A320-200
As of June 2019, the Nouvelair fleet consists of the following aircraft:[15]
Nouvelair fleet
AircraftIn serviceOrdersPassengersNotes
Airbus A320-20011177
  1. ^ "jasmin".
  2. ^ "Credits and legal information." Nouvelair. Retrieved on 17 February 2011. "Registered Office : 14 rue Habib Chrita, Cité des Jardins B.P 1005, Tunis – Tunisia"
  3. ^ "Complaints, Suggestions." Nouvelair. Retrieved on 17 February 2011. "Address : Zone Touristique Dkhila – 5065 – Monastir – Tunisie"
  4. ^ "After your flight." Nouvelair. Retrieved on 17 February 2011. "NOUVELAIR Customer service Zone touristique DKHILA 5065 Monastir TUNISIA"
  5. ^ Jacobs, Daniel and Peter Morris. The Rough Guide to Tunisia. Rough Guides, 2001. 215. Retrieved from Google Books on 1 July 2010. ISBN 1-85828-748-0, ISBN 978-1-85828-748-5.
  6. ^ a b "Directory: World Airlines". Flight International. 2007-04-10. p. 57.
  7. ^ "Nouvelair - Tunisia (Current)". FlightSafe Consultants Limited. July 2014. Archived from the original on 25 September 2017. Retrieved 16 July 2017.
  8. ^ a b "Nouvelair/Quick Facts". Arab Air Carriers' Organization. Retrieved 16 July 2017.
  9. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k "Key figures". Nouvelair. Retrieved 21 December 2015.
  10. ^ a b "Nouvelair/Quick Facts". Arab Air Carriers' Organization. Retrieved 21 December 2015.
  11. ^ "AFRAA Annual Report 2017" (PDF). AFRAA. 2017.
  12. ^ "AFRAA Annual Report 2018" (PDF). AFRAA. 2018.
  13. ^ "Open sky: Nouvelair prepares its offensive (translated)". Jeune Afrique. 24 October 2018. Retrieved 21 October 2019.
  14. ^ "AFRAA Annual Report 2019" (PDF). AFRAA. 2019.
  15. ^ "Fleet".
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