Wamos Air

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Wamos Air
Wamos Air logo.svg
IATA ICAO Callsign
Founded23 June 2003
HubsAdolfo Suárez Madrid–Barajas Airport
Fleet size13
Destinations5 scheduled plus charters
Parent company
HeadquartersPiovera, Madrid, Spain[1]

Wamos Air, formerly Pullmantur Air, is a Spanish airline headquartered in Madrid.[2] It mostly operates leisure charter flights, several of them on behalf of sister company Pullmantur Cruises from its main base at Adolfo Suárez Madrid–Barajas Airport. As of 2016, it is 81% owned by Springwater Capital and 19% owned by Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd.[3]


Wamos Air A330-200
Wamos Air Boeing 747-400
Pullmantur Air Boeing 747-400 in the 2003 livery
Pullmantur Air Boeing 747-400 in the 2013 livery

Scheduled destinations[edit]

As of July 2019, Wamos Air offers scheduled flights under its own brand name to the following destinations:[4]

Dominican Republic

Charter destinations[edit]

In charter to Pullmantur Group, including Pullmantur Cruises, Pullmantur Air offers flights to the following and more destinations:[citation needed]


As of June 2019, the Wamos Air fleet consists of the following aircraft:[5]

Wamos Air fleet
Type In Fleet Orders Passengers Notes
C Y Total
Airbus A330-200 7 51 323 374
Boeing 747-400 6 26 451 477 To be retired by 2023.[6]
Total 13


  1. ^ "Wamos Air (contact)". www.wamosair.com. Retrieved 10 September 2017.
  2. ^ "Contact." Wamos Air. Retrieved on August 28, 2016. "WAMOS AIR SPAIN-MADRID Calle Mahonia nº2 - C.P. 28043 - MADRID"
  3. ^ Page, David (16 January 2016). "Gowaii y Wamos recuperan su alianza comercial tras sellar la paz" [Gowaii and Wamos recover their commercial alliance after peaceful settlement]. Sabemos (in Spanish). Retrieved 15 April 2016. The deal also involved the departure of Gowaii Wamos capital, selling his remaining indirect interest in the tourist company to Springwater (which controls 81% of Wamos, compared with 19% owned by Royal Caribbean).
  4. ^ "Destinations". wamosair.com.
  5. ^ "Wamos Air Fleet Details and History". Planespotters.net. Retrieved 3 October 2018.
  6. ^ "Spain's Wamos Air to retire B747 by 2021 or 2023". ch-aviation.

External links[edit]

Media related to Wamos Air at Wikimedia Commons
Media related to Air Pullmantur at Wikimedia Commons