Spirit of Manila Airlines

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Spirit of Manila Airlines
SpiritofManilaAirlines.png
IATA ICAO Callsign
SM MNP MANILA SKY
Founded 2008
Commenced operations October 2011
Ceased operations January 2012
Operating bases Clark International Airport
Headquarters Pasay City, Philippines
Key people Basilio P. Reyes (President and CEO)
Jaime M. Matibag (Managing Director)
Juanito G. Ramos Jr. (COO)
Website www.spiritofmanilaairlines.com

Spirit of Manila Airlines Corporation, operating as Spirit of Manila Airlines, was a low-cost airline based in Roxas Sea Front Garden in Pasay City, Philippines.[1] Its main hub was Clark International Airport. The airline's tagline/slogan was: "I am going home".

Destinations[edit]

Spirit of Manila Airlines served the following destinations:[2]

Operations[edit]

After the airline was established in 2008, operations between Clark International Airport and Taipei began in October 2011 with two flights each week. The airline soon developed a poor reputation as low passenger numbers led to it delaying or cancelling flights. The airline ceased operations in 2009 after only three months of flights.[2][3]

Fleet[edit]

Spirit of Manila Airlines McDonnell Douglas MD-83

The Spirit of Manila Airlines fleet consisted of the following aircraft:[2]

Spirit of Manila Airlines Fleet
Aircraft Total Passengers
(Economy)
McDonnell Douglas MD-83 2 147
Boeing 737-300 1 148
Total 3

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