مسیر جاهازا
Mesar Jahaza
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IATA ICAO Callsign
FoundedApril 19, 1999
Commenced operationsAuguat 2, 1999
HubsDahrzor International Airport
Secondary hubsRouhani Airport
Farid Hashempour International Airport
Focus citiesDahrzor
Frequent-flyer programJahaza Premium (J-points)
AllianceOpal Alliance
  • Jahaza Cargo
  • Jahaza Catering
  • Jahaza Travel and Holidays
Fleet size209
Parent companyGovernment of Qal'eh
HeadquartersDahrzor, Qal'eh
Key peopleHassan Kasebi (CEO)
RevenueIncrease $10.3 billion (Feb. 2018)
Net incomeIncrease $219 million (Feb. 2018)
Employees41,765 (Feb. 2018)

Jahaza Airways Company Q.C. (Qalehi: مسیر جاهازا; Mesar Jahaza), operating as Jahaza, is the state-owned flag carrier of Qal'eh. The airline is headquartered in Dahrzor, Qal'eh, and operates flights linking 153 destinations across Asura, Sifhar, Catai, Vestrim and Savai from its base at Dahrzor International Airport, using a fleet of 209 aircraft. The airline employs just under 42,000 people. In 2006, the airline joined the Opal Alliance with Romellenic airline Skytrain.



City Airport Country
Dahrzor Dahrzor International Airport  Qal'eh
Kyderabad Rouhani Airport  Qal'eh
Sahlabad Farid Hashempour International Airport  Qal'eh
Asenovatz Asenovgrad International Airport  Romellenic Federation
Balchik Balchik Azur Airport  Romellenic Federation
Byala Shramovo Airport  Romellenic Federation
Byalgorod Byalgorod International Airport  Romellenic Federation
Cyricalla Saint Helena International Airport  Romellenic Federation
Eyrivna Ipria International Airport  Romellenic Federation
Lozinetz Rumelia International Airport  Romellenic Federation
Melnichar Vasil Ignashev International Airport  Romellenic Federation
Samaryansk Vasil Vazov International Airport
Brezovetz Airport
Samaryansk-Obelino Airport
 Romellenic Federation
Sinemoretz Golden Sands Airport  Romellenic Federation
Sredetz Ivan the Great International Airport
Sredetz International Airport
 Romellenic Federation
Sveti Vlas Simeon I International Airport
Sveti Vlas-Vnukishevo Airport
 Romellenic Federation