Pyrenair Boeing 757-200
|Operating bases||Huesca–Pirineos Airport|
Pyrenair was founded in 2006 at the time of the inauguration of the Huesca–Pirineos Airport.
By 2008-2009 the flights to Valencia were canceled but new destinations were opened, including Sevilla, London-Gatwick and Palma de Mallorca. The season closed with a total of 194 flights —a 29% increase from the previous year— with a total of 11,100 passengers — a 48% increase.
Owing to financial difficulties, the airline ceased operations on 15 February 2011, leaving many passengers having booked tickets stranded. The Huesca–Pirineos Airport —which was heavily dependent on Pyrenair's commercial activity— was also left in a difficult position.
Pyrenair leased different planes from different companies along its history. The planes used include:
- Pyrenair quiere traer esquiadores a Lleida este mismo año
- Pyrenair suspende su actividad y deja a Huesca-Pirineos al borde del abismo
- Heraldo de Aragon 30/01/2008 - Pyrenair cumple sus primeras cien operaciones de vuelo alcanzando los 3.000 viajeros
- Aragon Digital - El Boeing 757 Privilege aterriza en el Huesca-Pirineos con 200 pasajeros gallegos
- Airfleets - Pyrenair
- Media related to Pyrenair at Wikimedia Commons
- Pirineos 3000 - PYRENAIR trae un Airbus 320 al aeropuerto de Huesca con 150 esquiadores de La Coruña
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