MAT Macedonian Airlines was the national flag carrier airline of Macedonia. It was originally established in 1994 as Macedonian Airlines, but changed its name to MAT Macedonian Airlines in 1995. The airline operated both domestic and international flights, with its main hub located at Skopje International Airport.
MAT Macedonian Airlines operated a fleet of aircraft including Boeing 737 and Fokker 100 planes. It offered services such as passenger and cargo transportation, as well as charter flights. The airline served destinations in Europe, the Middle East, and North Africa.
However, due to financial difficulties, MAT Macedonian Airlines ceased operations in 2009. The Macedonian government tried to revive the airline in 2012 under the name Alexander the Great Airlines, but the attempt was unsuccessful.
Currently, there is no national flag carrier in Macedonia, but various international airlines operate flights to and from Skopje and Ohrid airports.