Bingo Airways

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Bingo Airways
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IATA ICAO Callsign
Founded November 2011
Commenced operations 15 May 2012
Ceased operations June 2014[1]
Operating bases
Fleet size 4
Destinations 9
Headquarters Warsaw, Poland

Bingo Airways was[1] a Polish charter airline based at Warsaw Chopin and Katowice Airports.[2]


The airline was founded in November 2011 and started flights on 15 May 2012. The airline flew to destinations in Egypt, Israel, Turkey, Greece, Spain and Tunisia from Poland.

Bingo Airways were well known for the smiley face and bright red nose on the front of their aircraft. One of Bingo's A320-200s, registered SP-ACK, was in a special livery of the Chupa Chups company logo.[3]

On 10 January 2014, Bingo Airways marketing director Piotr Samson announced that they were planning to start up scheduled services for the airline but could not disclose any more information on destinations and startup dates until plans were finalized.

By mid-June 2014, Bingo Airways ceased operations as Polish authorities revoked its operating licence.[1]


The Bingo Airways fleet as of May 2014:[4]

Bingo Airways Fleet
Aircraft Total Orders Passengers Routes Notes
Airbus A320-200 2 0 180 Mediterranean charter flights Leased from MCAP
Total 2 0


Bingo Airways Airbus A320-200

These are the destinations which were served by Bingo Airways:[5]


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