Medavia (5M, Malta Int'l) is set to end Do328-100 operations after the owner of its last remaining aircraft of the type, AWIAG Ltd, appointed Airstream International Group to remarket the 19.4-year-old turboprop.

9H-AET (msn 3117) was managed and operated by Medavia on behalf of AWIAG Ltd, a subsidiary of German oil and gas company Wintershall Dea GmbH. It was used to operate shuttle flights between Malta Int'l and the oil firm's sites in Libya. However, Flightradar24 ADS-B data shows it last flew to North Africa on April 3, 2019, before being stored at Malta airport save for occasional technical flights.

According to the ch-aviation fleets advanced module, Medavia continues to operate five CRJ1000ERs, including two on behalf of its parent Air Nostrum (YW, Valencia Manises) and three for Binter Canarias (NT, Las Palmas). The airline also operates one Dash 8-100 and two Beech 1900Ds for charter flights to Libya, as well as one Dash 8-300 currently operated on behalf of the United Nations Humanitarian Air Service/World Food Programme.