Skysouth

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Skysouth
IATA
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ICAO
SDL
Callsign
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Founded June 2006
Ceased operations February 2009
Operating bases Shoreham Airport
Focus cities Caen - Carpiquet Airport
Deauville - Saint-Gatien Airport
Le Touquet - Côte d'Opale AirportRouen Airport France
Fleet size 1
Destinations 5
Parent company Skydrift Ltd
Headquarters Shoreham-by-Sea, England
Website www.skysouth.co.uk
Piper PA-31-250 Navajo Chieftain of SkySouth at Shoreham Airport.

Skysouth was a passenger airline based in Shoreham-by-Sea, England. Founded in 2006, Skysouth began operations to France in June 2006. They served three destinations in France from their base at Shoreham Airport with at least 22 weekly flights. The airline ceased operations in February 2009, citing, in their website announcement, "unprecedented economic conditions" which made their operation no longer financially viable.

Previously, the airline had been called Euroexec, whose website is mysteriously[citation needed] live and claims to run scheduled and charter services to the Channel Islands and northern France. Euroexec also used to run special services claiming arrival at Disneyland in under three hours from the south coast.

Destinations[edit]

Skysouth served three destinations in France from the United Kingdom (at 4 January 2009):[1]

Fleet[edit]

The Skysouth fleet consisted of one aircraft (at 4 January 2009):[2]

Skysouth Fleet
Aircraft Total Routes Passengers
PA-31-350 Navajo Chieftain 1 Shoreham - France 9

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