Hola Airlines

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Hola Airlines
Holaairlines.png
IATA
H5
ICAO
HOA
Callsign
HOLA
Founded 2002
Commenced operations 15 May 2002
Ceased operations 15 February 2010
Hubs Son Sant Joan Airport
Secondary hubs Madrid Barajas International Airport
Fleet size 3
Destinations -
Headquarters Palma de Mallorca, Spain
Key people Mario Hidalgo (CEO)
Website http://www.holaairlines.com/
An Hola Airlines Boeing 737-300.

Hola Airlines (Baleares Link Express SL) was an airline based in Palma de Mallorca, Majorca, Spain. It operated European charter services. Its main base was Son Sant Joan Airport, Palma de Mallorca, with other hub at Madrid Barajas International Airport.[1]

History[edit]

The airline was established in 2002 and started operations on 15 May 2002. It was set up by Mario Hidalgo, who previously ran Air Europa Express, and is now the General Director of Hola Airlines and is owned by Gadair European Airlines in a 51%. It had 35 employees (at February 2009).[1] It has ceased operations on 15 February 2010 [1].

Fleet[edit]

The Hola Airlines fleet consisted of the following aircraft (at 15 December 2009):[2]

Hola Airlines Fleet
Aircraft In Fleet Passengers Notes
Boeing 737-300 1 168 Stored
Boeing 737-400 2 168 1 operating for FlyLAL Charters

At 21 September 2009, the average age of the Hola Airlines fleet was 20.6 years.[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Directory: World Airlines". Flight International. 2007-04-03. p. 91. 
  2. ^ Hola Airlines Fleet
  3. ^ Hola Airlines Fleet Age

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