Helitt Líneas Aéreas
|Commenced operations||November 2011|
|Ceased operations||October 2014|
|Operating bases||Málaga Airport|
The airline was founded in 2009 with 3 million Euros and began operations on November 21, 2011 with the inaugural route Málaga - Melilla. A week after the first route was launched Helitt began operating Melilla - Barcelona. On the 2nd of December Melilla - Madrid began and on 21 December began the route Malaga - Madrid. The first new route of 2012 was launched January 3 from Barcelona to San Sebastian, this was followed on 20 January by Madrid - San Sebastian. On the 24th of March Helitt began flying to Nador on the following routes Málaga - Nador and Palma de Mallorca - Nador. March 25 saw new routes to Badajoz thus making Helitt the airports sole carrier, the routes were Badajoz - Madrid, Badajoz - Barcelona and Badajoz - Málaga.
Due to a lack of the management and internal economic crisis in late 2012, the airline suspended all scheduled flights and in February 2013 it cancelled all remaining scheduled flights, becoming a full-charter airline. Actually with one plane grounded because of a tornado in Burkina Faso. Currently a charter and ACMI operator, has done numerous ACMI contracts for other airlines like Croatian Airlines, B&H Airlines, Darwin Airline or Royal Air Maroc.
The airline used to serve destinations on a scheduled basis in Morocco and Spain. As of February 2013, Helitt Líneas Aéreas operated only charter flights to destinations in Europe and Northern Africa. There were no longer any scheduled flights on offer.
The Helitt Líneas Aéreas fleet included the following aircraft as of 26 November 2011[update]: