Airworld

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Airworld
Airworld logo.png
IATA
RL
ICAO
AWD
Callsign
ENVOY
Founded 1994
Ceased operations 1998
Fleet size 7
Parent company Thomas Cook Group
Headquarters Gatwick Airport
Airbus A320 of Airworld at Funchal, Madeira in 1998

Airworld Aviation Ltd began operations in 1994. It was the in-house charter airline for the travel agent Thomas Cook Group. The airline was the first British operator of the Airbus A321. It was integrated into Flying Colours in 1998 when Thomas Cook acquired the Flying Colours Leisure Group.

Fleet[edit]

Destinations and bases[edit]

The airline served mainly holiday destinations in the Mediterranean area. Its main airport was London Gatwick Airport but operations were also conducted from Bristol Airport, Cardiff Airport, Manchester Airport and Glasgow Airport.