|Operating bases||M. R. Štefánik Airport
|Fleet size||5 (at closure)|
|Company slogan||Even far can be close...|
|Key people||Peter Hanák (CEO)|
Seagle Air was a charter airline based in Trenčín, Slovakia. It had its operations out of M. R. Štefánik Airport in Bratislava, with a second base in Prague. The airline operated non-scheduled air services, including passenger, cargo and mail charter flights to domestic and international destinations.
Established in 1995 as private flying school Seagle Air later added cargo and mail flights, in 2006 VIP transport and in 2007 charter flights. In 2007 it also took over large portion of employees and offices from the bankrupted Slovak Airlines.
The company also operated a flight training organization, where future pilots were could receive their Airline Transport Pilot License flying on Katana Diamond DA20, DA40 and DA42 Twin Star aircraft. The flight school was located in a bed and breakfast style accommodation facility at Trenčín Airport. Seagle Air-FTO continues to operate normally.
On 31 December 2008, Seagle Air had an overdue debt of 230,000 Euros on social insurance of its employees. This overdue debt increased to 333,000 Euros at the end of March 2009. At the end of June 2009, Seagle Air has no more debts towards social insurance. Nevertheless, on 23 October 2009, Seagle Air ceased all its services due to finance problems. All passenger aircraft were returned to their lessors. On January 25, 2010 the media announced bankruptcy of the company.
The Seagle Air fleet consisted of the following aircraft when it was shut down:
|Diamond DA40 Diamond Star||1|
|Diamond DA42 Twin Star||1|
The airline previously also owned Seagle Jet.
In October 2008, the average age of the Seagle Air Boeing 737 fleet was 18.7 years.
- "Contact." Seagle Air. Retrieved on 25 October 2009.
- Slovak Airlines could be replaced by Seagle Air (2007, in Czech)
- Seagle Air information
- Sociálna poisťovňa, Overdue insurance payments, exactly SKK 6 930 985 at the end of December 2008 and €332,983.38 at the end of March 2009
- http://www.incalabria.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=3&t=2383&view=previous Seagle Air press release on bankruptcy. Retrieved 2009-10-31.
- http://www.ch-aviation.ch/aircraft.php?search=set&airline=CGL&al_op=1 Seagle Air Fleet list at ch-aviation.ch.
- airfleets (2008). "Airline fleet age — Seagle Air". Retrieved 2008-11-13.
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