Air Andalucia

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Air Andalucia
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ICAO
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Founded 2003
Commenced operations 2005
Ceased operations 2005
Operating bases Federico García Lorca Airport
Headquarters Granada, Spain

Air Andalucia was a low-cost airline based in Granada, Spain. It was a start-up airline intending to operate domestic services, as well as services to Europe. Its main base was Federico García Lorca Airport, Granada.

Air Andalucia went bankrupt in 2005.[1]

History[edit]

The airline was established in 2003 and was due to start operations in March 2005 but never launched flights. It was owned by AJet (Aviation Holdings) Ltd.

It was the first airline at Granada airport offering direct flights to international destinations at a low cost. The airline would use Airbus 320 aircraft and expected to expand its fleet to 18 aircraft.[2]

Destinations[edit]

International services were to be operated from Granada to London and Odense, Denmark.[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Low cost airlines graveyard retrieved 21 April 2007
  2. ^ Andalucia website 12 November 2004
  3. ^ Low Cost Airlines retrieved 21 April 2007