Airlinair

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Airlinair
Airlinair logo.gif
IATA ICAO Callsign
AN RLA AIRLINAIR
Founded 1998
Commenced operations 1999
Operating bases Paris-Orly Airport
Lyon-Saint Exupéry Airport
Paris-Charles de Gaulle Airport
Frequent-flyer program Flying Blue
Fleet size 24
Destinations 26
Company slogan "Chaque région est capitale"
Headquarters Rungis, France
Key people Lionel Guérin, CEO
Website www.airlinair.com
An Airlinair ATR-42-500 at Stuttgart Airport (2006).
An Airlinair ATR-42-500 in Air France livery at Paris Orly (2011).

Société Airlinair was a French regional airline based in Rungis, France,[1] operating scheduled regional flights (some of which are on behalf of Air France), and aircraft lease services.[2] The airline has set up bases at Paris-Orly Airport and Lyon-Saint Exupéry Airport. As an Air France regional partner, it also offers flights from Paris-Charles de Gaulle Airport

History[edit]

The airline was established in 1998 and started operations in May 1999. It was founded by four principal shareholders including Lionel Guérin and is owned by private investors (80.5%) and Brit Air (19.5%).[2]

Since 31 March 2013, all Airlinair flights are operated under the name HOP!, the new Air France's regional brand.[3]

Destinations[edit]

As of 30 March 2013, Airlinair operates scheduled flights to the following domestic destinations:[4]

Additionally, the followings destinations are served on behalf of Air France:

 France
 Germany
 Italy
 United Kingdom

Fleet[edit]

As of March 2013, the Airlinair fleet consists of the following aircraft with an average age of 16.4 years:[5]

Airlinair fleet
Aircraft In Service Passengers Notes
ATR 42-300
2
46
ATR 42-500
12
46
ATR 72-200
2
66
ATR 72-500
8
68
Total 24

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Legal Notices." Airlinair. Retrieved on 2 June 2009. "24 rue de Villeneuve BP 40 193 - 94563 Rungis Cedex"
  2. ^ a b "Directory: World Airlines". Flight International. 2007-03-27. p. 70. 
  3. ^ "Air France Launches New Low-Cost Airline 'Hop!'." Reuters. 26 March 2013. Retrieved on 26 April 2013.
  4. ^ Airlinair timetable
  5. ^ Airlinair fleet list at planespotters.net

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