Wamos Air

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Wamos Air
PULLMANTUR nuevo logo.png
IATA
EB
ICAO
PLM
Callsign
Pullmantur
Founded June 23, 2003
Hubs Madrid Barajas Airport
Fleet size 4
Destinations 12 (and some charters)
Headquarters Madrid, Spain
Website wamosair.com

Wamos Air, formerly Pullmantur Air, is an airline based in Madrid, Spain, that operates charter flights for its owner group from its main base Madrid Barajas International Airport.

History[edit]

The airline was established in 2003 and started operations on June 23, 2003 with an inaugural flight to Cancun, Mexico, from Madrid with a Boeing 747.[1] It was wholly owned by Grupo Marsans prior to its sale to Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. in November 2006.[1]

In 2014 the airline was acquired by a company formed by Gowali (Spanish travel company), Royal Caribbean and Springwater Capital (of Switzerland), but this did not include the Pullmantur trademark.[2] The airline unveiled its new branding Wamos Air and livery in December 2014. It currently flies over 400,000 passengers annually.[3]

Destinations[edit]

A Pullmantur Air Boeing 747-400 at Madrid Barajas Airport (2011).
Pullmantur Air Boeing 747-400 at Helsinki Airport (2008).
The same Pullmantur Air Boeing 747-400 deboarding at Malmö Airport on its inaugural new route with new colour scheme (2013).

Wamos Air offers flights to the following destinations:[4]

A Wamos Air Boeing 747-400 taking-off from Paris-Orly Airport featuring the new brand and colour scheme (2015).

In charter to Pullmantur Group, including Pullmantur Cruises, Pullmantur Air offers flights to:

The company also operates to many other destinations for Pullmantur Cruises.[4]

Fleet[edit]

The Wamos Air fleet consists of the following aircraft as of December 2014: [5]

Type In Fleet Passengers Notes
C Y Total
Boeing 747-400 4 26 451 477 3 operating for Saudia[6]

References[edit]

External links[edit]

Media related to Air Pullmantur at Wikimedia Commons