Air Horizont

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Air Horizont
Air Horizont Airline Logo.jpeg
IATA ICAO Callsign
Commenced operations2 July 2015 (Delayed from May 2015)[2]
HubsZaragoza Airport[3]
Fleet size4[4]
HeadquartersMsida, Malta
Key peopleManuel Sahli-Founder, Juan Luis Díez-Founder[2]

Air Horizont is a Maltese charter airline headquartered in Malta, but uses Zaragoza Airport as it’s hub. It currently operates flights to Munich, Seville, Alicante and Rome[2] using a fleet consisting of only Boeing 737-400s.


Air Horizont was founded in 2014 by pilots Manuel Sahli and Juan Luis Díez.[2] The airline was set to commence operations in May 2015 using a Boeing 737-400 registration 9H-ZAZ,[5] however, the launch was postponed to July 2015, citing delays in receiving its air operating permit. Air Horizont has attempted to launch scheduled operations in 2011, it failed because the airline wasn’t able to secure adequate funds.


An Air Horizont Boeing 737-400, registration 9H-ZAZ at Vitoria-Gasteiz Airport

As of July 2018, the Air Horizont fleet consists of the following aircraft:[4][6]

Air Horizont fleet
Aircraft Total Orders Notes
Boeing 737-400 5
Total 5


  1. ^ a b "Air Horizont ICAO and Callsign-Airport Insider". Retrieved 21 July 2018.
  2. ^ a b c d "Air Horizont-World Airline News". Retrieved 19 July 2018.
  3. ^ "Air Horizont Profile-CAPA". Retrieved 19 July 2018.
  4. ^ a b "Air Horizont Fleet". Retrieved 19 July 2018.
  5. ^ "Air Horizont set to take delivery of first aircraft-ch-aviation". Retrieved 20 July 2018.
  6. ^ Hosteltur. "FlyNAYOX incorpora un Boeing 737 de Air Horizont | Notas de prensa en Comunidad Hosteltur". Hosteltur: Toda la información de turismo (in Spanish). Retrieved 2018-07-28.

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