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The Nova Airlines MOCpage
by Maxim Schupack
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Welcome on board Nova Airlines, the national airline of the Kingdom of Maxim.

We currently fly to 62 countries, with a total of 82 destinations. We have two hubs: Maxim International airport, that handles all our destinations to Europe, Africa, Americas and Asia. Our second hub is Maxim City Airport, which handles all domestic flights, and all "imaginary" destinations.
Nova Airlines is part of the lego wings airline alliance

Our fleet is made up of 171 aircrafts:


Nova Airline's Fleet

Airbus A330-300:6
Airbus A330-200:10
Boeing 757-200:4
Airbus A321-200:2
Airbus A320-200:18
Airbus A319-100:4
Airbus A318:3
CRJ-700:2
MARJ-60:2
MARJ-40:1


Operated by Nova Europe
Boeing 737-800:12
Boeing 737-700:1
Embraer 145:2


Operated by Nova Express
Embraer 190: 34
MARJ-60: 18
Bombardier Dash Q400: 20



Operated by Super Nova:
Airbus A318: 20



Operated jointly with Cargo:
Saab 2000: 10



Low Cost operations are operated by our new subsidiary JetPact
Airbus A320: 14


Nova fleet: All but 10 A330s, 14 A320s and 2 A319s operate from Maxim International Airport. The others are based at Maxim City.
Nova Europe Fleet: Based at Maxim International Airport
Nova express Fleet: Bases at Maxim City, Nalo, and other airports in the country
Super Nova: Fleet based in Paris (Maxim)
Cargo Fleet: Based at airports throughout Maxim
JetPact Fleet: Based at Maxim City and Rail-Ha
We have two subsidiaries, Nova express that operates Embraer E-jets and Super Nova that operates A318 aircrafts.


For information on the Nova Group's subsidiary Novamerica, click here


For information on our partner Aura Air (Nova Canada), click here


For information on our partner Nano Airlines click here




Nova Airlines was created in 1998, from the merger of Nova Express Service and Maxim Air. It started operations with a Boeing 707, 2 747-200s and a Douglas DC-10. In 1999, the first A330 entered the fleet, In 2001, the fleet was made up of a single A330, an A310, a 747 and two A320s. In 2005, the fleet was renewed, and new levels of service were introduced. The first Boeing 737s and 757 entered the fleet, and in 2008, Nova's new business class service on single-aisle aircraft was introduced. Europe+ was deployed onto the whole 737-800 fleet, after its introduction onto the Paris CDG route in the middle of 2008. By the end of 2008, Nova changed it's long haul A330 cabin, and introduced new economy seats. With the exception of 2 A330 aircrafts (LCs-7893, 7894), every Nova Airlines plane proudly wears a Maxim registration number (MX-000).
Click here for more Nova Airlines history

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Press releases:

October 17th 2012

Nova is announcing the creation of Nova Europe to operate it's Boeing 737 and Embraer 145 fleets which operate most European flights. This is due to B737 and E145 crews flying more hours, so different pay rates apply. Nova Europe crews are still part of the Nova Airline family, and service will stay the same. However Nova Europe planes will keep the old livery with the new Nova logo. Nova Airlines European flights operated by A321, 757 and A320s will still be operated by Nova Airlines and not Nova Europe.

February 7th 2012

Nova is announcing two new destinations thanks to the arrival of two new A330-300s to the fleet. Firstly, we are happy to announce Johannesburg will once again be served directly from Maxim International Airport. Our second new destination will be Beijing.


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