Stockholm-based Novair started operations november 1st 1997 flying for Swedish tour operator Apolloresor with two L-1011īs and one A320. Apolloresor is Swedenīs third largest tour operator with 450 000 travellers per year with a variety of destinations. Novair does not operate L-1011 any longer and the fleet is now two Airbus A330-200 and three Boeing 737-800.
For the winter seasonīs Novair L-1011īs did longhaul flights from a number of scandinavian cities to destinations like Bali, Miami, Las Vegas, Barbados, Cuba, Cancun, Dominican Republic, Phuket, and Bangkok. During the summer season they also did flights to Greece and Turkey.
Callsign for the company is "Navigator" and three-letter code "NVR".
Novair official site.
SE-DTC taxiing in at Fuerteventura, Canary islands. This aircraft was in basic Blue Scandinavia colours with no titles at all.
SE-DVF is seen here at Arlanda airport, Stockholm. The picture is taken when the aircraft arrived to Stockholm (october 31, 1997) the day before Novair started operations. It flew for Novair from november 1, 1997 to january 6, 2000. It is now CS-TMR with Air Luxor.
SE-DVI on a fuelstop in Gander, Canada. It flew for Novair until may 31, 2000. It is now CS-TMP with Air Luxor.
SE-DVX during a quick turn-around on the island of Kos in june 1999. This aircraft flew for Novair until the end of november 1999. This aircraft has been sold to American Trans Air for spareparts.
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All pictures are taken by Bjorn Hellstrom.
This page was last updated on october 27, 2000.
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