Kiwi Travel International Airlines

Kiwi Travel International Airlines was a New Zealand based airline which pioneered discount flights between secondary airports in Australia and New Zealand in the mid-1990s. The airline was established by Ewan Wilson and several associates. Wilson served as CEO and was later convicted on four counts of fraud.[1] It was reported in March 2015 that he was looking at restarting an airline, under the name Kiwi Regional Airlines.[2]

IATA ICAO Callsign
Commenced operationsJuly 1994 (charter services), 23 August 1995 (scheduled services)
Ceased operations27 August 1995 (charter services), 9 September 1996 (scheduled services)
Fleet size2 (as of 1996)
Destinations10 (as of 1996)
Key peopleEwan Wilson (CEO 1994-1996)
Kiwi Boeing 737-300 at Perth Airport
Kiwi Airbus A320 at Perth Airport