|Commenced operations||February 2003|
|Ceased operations||15 October 2012|
|Hubs||Tenerife North Airport|
|Focus cities||Gran Canaria International Airport|
|Frequent-flyer program||Islas Premium|
|Headquarters||Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Canarias, Spain|
|Key people||Miguel Concepción Cácares|
Islas Líneas Aéreas, operating as Islas Airways, was an airline based in Tenerife, Spain, offering scheduled inter-island services in the Canary Islands out of Tenerife North Airport. It was established in 2002 and started operations in February 2003.
Islas Airways suspended all flight operations on October 16, 2012.
Islas Airways operates scheduled services to the following destinations (as of 15 November 2011[update]):
- Arrecife - Lanzarote Airport
- El Hierro - El Hierro Airport
- Fuerteventura - Fuerteventura Airport
- Las Palmas de Gran Canaria - Gran Canaria Airport hub
- Santa Cruz de la Palma - La Palma Airport
- Tenerife - Tenerife North Airport
As of January 2011, the Islas Airways fleet consisted of six ATR 72 turboprop aircraft (2 ATR72-202, 1 ATR72-212 and 3 new ATR72-500) with an average age of 4 years, each of which was equipped with 70 passenger seats in an all-economy class cabin layout.
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