|Ceased operations||31 March 2003 (rebranded as Thomas Cook Airlines)|
|Destinations||see Thomas Cook Airlines|
|Headquarters||Commonwealth House, Manchester Airport & Concorde House, Gatwick Airport|
|Key people||Thomas Cook, John Mason Cook|
JMC Air Services, (also known as JMC Air, JMC Airlines or simply JMC), was a UK charter airline formed by the merger of Caledonian Airways and Flying Colours Airlines, following the purchase of Thomas Cook Group by the Carlson Leisure Group. JMC Air was named after the initials of the son of Thomas Cook, John Mason Cook. The airline was rebranded in March 2003 to form the current Thomas Cook Airlines. The airline served seat-only customers directly and package holiday customers via Thomas Cook Holidays and Airtours Holidays.
It started operating under the name from March 2000. The main operating bases were London Gatwick Airport and Manchester Airport. Aircraft were also stationed at London Stansted Airport, Birmingham International Airport, Bristol Airport, Glasgow International Airport, Cardiff Airport and Newcastle Airport.
At the start of operations the fleet consisted of Boeing 757-200, Airbus A320 and McDonnell Douglas DC-10 aircraft. Subsequently, the airline became the first UK operator of the stretched Boeing 757-300. Thomas Cook was sold to C&N Touristic of Germany in 2000. On 31 March 2003 Thomas Cook rebranded the airline along with its other airlines as Thomas Cook Airlines.
JMC operated the following aircraft before rebranding.
|McDonnell Douglas DC-10||2||291|
JMC were the first UK operator to use the Boeing 757-300.
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