Styrian Spirit

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Styrian Airways GmbH & Co KG
Styrianspiritlogo.png
IATA
Z2
ICAO
STY
Callsign
STYRIAN
Founded 2002
Commenced operations 2003
Ceased operations March 24, 2006
Hubs Airport Graz-Thalerhof
Fleet size 5
Destinations 11
Headquarters Graz, Austria
Website www.styrianspirit.com

Styrian Spirit was an airline based in Graz, Austria, the capital of Styria. It operated services to scheduled and charter destinations within Europe. The airline also operated as Slovenian Spirit and Salzburg Spirit on routes to and from Salzburg and Maribor, Slovenia. Two of its aircraft were painted in Salzburg Spirit and Slovenian Spirit livery.

On March 24, 2006, Styrian Spirit abruptly canceled all flights. The carrier later announced it was declaring bankruptcy.

History[edit]

The airline was established on December 25, 2002 and started operations on March 24, 2003. It ceased operations on March 24, 2006 and filed for bankruptcy after failing to secure fresh financing.

Destinations[edit]

In December 2005:[1]

 Austria
 Croatia
 Germany
 France
 Poland
 United Kingdom
 Slovenia
  Switzerland

Fleet[edit]

The airline operated a fleet of four Canadair CRJ200s.[2]

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