Tiko Air is a charter airline based in Antananarivo, the capital city of Madagascar. Established in 2000 by the Tiko Holding Company, owned by the Ex-President of Madagascar, Marc Ravalomanana, and Air Madagascar, Tiko Air began its operations in July 2001. It operates charter services within Madagascar, offering an alternative mode of transportation across the island nation, which is known for its diverse ecosystems and extensive coastline. Tiko Air plays a vital role in connecting various parts of Madagascar, making travel more accessible to both residents and tourists alike.
Tiko Air operates charter services within Madagascar. The airline offers flexibility for travelers, providing them with convenient options to explore the vast and diverse regions of Madagascar. The specific routes and schedules may vary based on demand and seasonality, offering a tailored and responsive service.
As of November 2010, Tiko Air’s fleet included an ATR 42-320, registered as 5R-MJT. This aircraft was previously registered as 5R-TIK. The ATR 42-320 is known for its efficiency and capability to operate in various conditions, making it a good fit for domestic flights within Madagascar. The airline also previously operated a Casa CN-235-10, which was registered as 5R-MKM until June 2006.