Tor Air was a charter airline based in Gothenburg, Sweden. Its main base was Gothenburg City Airport. An earlier Swedish independent airline named Tor-Air had existed during 1965 and 1966 and flew Curtiss Commando freight aircraft on charter work.
The company was established by private investors and received a Swedish Air Operators Certificate on 1 December 2008. It commenced operations in December 2008 with a Boeing 737â€“400 leased from International Lease Finance Corporation. The airline specialised in wet-lease and charter operations, particularly operating services for other carriers when needed. Tor Air later acquired two Boeing 737-300s to fly from Manchester to Preveza and Gothenburg, as well as London-Gatwick to destinations such as Faro, Skiathos, Bourgas, Sharm el-Sheikh, Zante, Kos, Corfu and Rhodes.
On 25 April 2010, Tor Air's Boeing 737â€“400 operated the first commercial service between Baghdad and London in 20 years, while on a wet lease to Iraqi Airways. It was a short lived service how ever as a lawyer for Kuwait tried to have the aircraft seized in London due to financial problems between Iraq and Kuwait, this was not possible though as the aircraft belonged to a Swedish company and not an Iraqi company.
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