Small Planet Airlines

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Small Planet Airlines
Small Planet Airlines (logo).jpg
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  • LLC
  • LLP
Founded March 14, 2007 (2007-03-14)
(as FlyLal Charters)
Commenced operations 2010 (2010)
(as Small Planet Airlines)
Operating bases
Fleet size 9 (incl. subsidiaries)
Destinations Chartered
Company slogan Why Not?
Headquarters Smolensko str. 10, Vilnius, Lithuania
Key people
  • Vytautas Kaikaris (Chief executive officer)
  • Andrius Staniulis (Chief operations oficer)
  • Halldor Sigurdarson (Chief financial oficer)

Small Planet Airlines is a Lithuanian charter airline and was established in 2007. The airline is Based at Vilnius airport and operates charter flights and ad-hoc flights for various different companies inside and outside of Europe.


FlyLAL Charters was a company registered on 14 March 2007. In October 2008, the company received its AOC and Operating License to begin active passenger flight operations. In 2009, a subsidiary flyLAL Charter Eesti was registered with an aim to provide chartered flights from Estonia. In December 2009, a company flyLAL Charters PL was registered to implement flights from various airports in Poland. In 2010, flyLAL Charters was authorized to perform regular flights to Greece, Spain Italy and various other Countries. In July 2010, flyLAL Charters was re-branded with new brand name, Small Planet Airlines.


In 2009 Small Planet Airlines flew to 75 destinations, carried 0.4 million passengers, and received 46 million Euros in revenues. In the year 2010, the airline served 0.4 million passengers, and reached over 46 million Euros in profit. In 2011 the airline carried 0.5 million passengers, revenues – 57 million Euros. In the year 2012 Small Planet Airlines transported nearly 0.7m passengers who traveled to more than 120 destinations. Revenues - more than 90 million Euros.


As of November 2014, Small planet airlines operated scheduled and charter flights to the following destinations:

Destination Country
Tirana  Albania
Burgas  Bulgaria
Varna  Bulgaria
Hurghada  Egypt
Sharm El Sheikh  Egypt
Marsa Alam  Egypt
Taba  Egypt
Heraklion  Greece
Rhodes  Greece
Kavala  Greece
Thessaloniki  Greece
Kos  Greece
Fuerteventura  Spain
Gran Canaria  Spain
Barcelona  Spain
Palma de Mallorca  Spain
Tenerife  Spain
Malaga  Spain
Bergamo  Italy
Catania  Italy
Lamezia Terme (begins 11 September 2015) [1]  Italy
Verona  Italy
Rijeka  Croatia
Mostar  Bosnia and Herzegovina
Tivat  Montenegro
Faro  Portugal
Funchal  Portugal
Geneva (begins 3 January 2015) [2]   Switzerland
Antalya  Turkey
Gazipasa Airport  Turkey
Bodrum  Turkey
Dalaman  Turkey
London  United Kingdom
Manchester  United Kingdom
Leeds  United Kingdom
Bristol  United Kingdom


Small Planet Airlines Airbus A320, landing at Corfu International Airport
Small Planet Airlines Boeing 737 livery design.
In Service On order Notes
Small Planet Airlines Lithuania
Airbus A320-200 4 - Registered in Lithuania.
Boeing 737–300 2 - Registered in Lithuania.
Small Planet Airlines Poland
Airbus A320-200 5 - Registered in Poland.
Total 11 -


Small Planet Airlines acquired by current management

Small Planet Airlines is renewing its aircraft fleet

Small Planet Airlines aircraft fleet

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