LyddAir

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LyddAir
Lydd air logo.svg
IATA ICAO Callsign
- LYD LYDDAIR
Founded 1997 (as Sky Trek Airlines)
AOC # 2198
Operating bases
Fleet size 5
Destinations 2
Headquarters Ashford, Kent, England, United Kingdom
Website www.lyddair.com

LyddAir is a British airline based at Lydd Airport, Kent, United Kingdom. It operates scheduled charter passenger services, air charter and air freight services, as well as an ACMI or fractional ownership programme. It is based at Lydd Airport and has a focus City at Le Touquet - Côte d'Opale Airport on the North Coast of France.

History[edit]

The airline was established and soon started operations in June 1997. Jonathan Gordon (Managing Director of LyddAir) acquired Lydd Airport in June 1996 and a year later started Sky Trek Airlines as a wholly owned subsidiary of his aviation consultancy, Atlantic Bridge Aviation. It was relaunched as LyddAir in April 2002. The airline is wholly owned by South East Airports and has seven employees (at March 2007).

Destinations[edit]

LyddAir serves the following destinations (as of April 2012):

City Country Airport Status
Le Touquet France Côte d'Opale Airport Base
Lydd United Kingdom Lydd Airport Base
Calais-Dunkerque France Calais-Dunkerque Airport Charter

Fleet[edit]

As of April 2016 the LyddAir fleet includes the following light aircraft:[1]

LyddAir Fleet
Aircraft In Fleet
Piper Chieftain PA31-350 3
Beechcraft B200 King Air 1
Beech Jet 400A 1
Total 5

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