CityLine Hungary

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CityLine Hungary
CityLine Hun logo.jpg
IATA ICAO Callsign
ZM CNB CITYHUN
FoundedMarch 2003
Operating basesBudapest Ferihegy International Airport
Fleet size3
DestinationsCharters
Company sloganWings for your cargo by CityLine Hungary
HeadquartersVecsés, Hungary
Key peopleAndrás Vinnai (CEO)
Pankucsi András (Deputy CEO)
Natálija Vinnai (FD)
Websitecitylinehungary.com

CityLine Hungary Ltd. is a Hungarian charter airline based at Budapest Ferihegy International Airport. The airline has its headquarters in Vecsés, Hungary.[1]

History[edit]

Antonov AN26B in Belgrade

The airline was founded in March 2003 with the aim of providing cargo operations to European, African and CIS countries with two Antonov An-26B aircraft. In 2009, the airline began operating passenger flights from Milan-Malpensa Airport in Italy to holiday destinations with a Boeing 737-200 aircraft.[2] CityLine Hungary employed 120+ employees in May 2010.

Subsidiaries[edit]

CityLine Hungary has the following subsidiaries (at May 2010):

Fleet[edit]

The CityLine Hungary fleet consists of the following aircraft (at March 2018):[3]

CityLine Hungary Fleet
Aircraft In Fleet Capacity
Antonov An-26B 2 5,500 kg
Fairchild SA227-AC Metro III 1 2,100 kg
Total 3

Boeing 737-200 HA-LEW was stored in 2011 and having completed its post-overhaul test flight on April 24, 2014, has been sold to Nolinor Aviation of Canada.[4]

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External links[edit]

Media related to Cityline Hungary at Wikimedia Commons