Sky Service Aviation

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This article is about the Spanish company. For the Kazakh company, see Sky Service (Kazakhstan).
Sky Service Aviation
Bombardier BD-700-1A10 Global Express, Sky Service Aviation JP6555688.jpg
Sky Service Aviation Bombardier BD-700 at Cancun Airport
IATA ICAO Callsign
- SKT -
Commenced operations 1992
Ceased operations 2005
Operating bases
Fleet size Fleet below
Headquarters Madrid, Spain
Key people
  • José María Espinosa Director-general

Sky Service Aviation was a charter airline based in Madrid, Spain.[1]


Sky Service Aviation was founded in 1992 and went through a relaunching and expansion in 2002. The company's headquarters were in Alcobendas, Madrid, but it had offices in Barcelona and Palma de Mallorca as well.[1][2]

On 18 August 2002 one of Sky Service Aviation's airplanes, a Learjet 35A, crash-landed at Asturias Airport. The accident involved no fatalities.[3]

The airline was bought by the MCH holding of Gestair in 2005. Following the purchase its fleet was merged into the fleet of the Gestair group.[4]

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The airline had a number of different aircraft in its fleet according to the period, including:


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