Wingo xprs

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Wingo xprs
IATA ICAO Callsign
Founded 2007
Fleet size 1
Destinations 6
Company slogan "Aika lentää siivillä"
Headquarters Turku, Finland
Key people Holger Holm (CEO)
Website www.wingoxprs.com

Wingo xprs is a small airline company in Finland that was founded 2007.[1] Wingo xprs has no planes or staff of its own but rents them instead. Wingo xprs operates three destination with one plane. The flight goes from Turku via Tampere to Oulu. In 2008, Wingo xprs served 18,000 passengers. According to Finnish newspaper Turun Sanomat,[full citation needed] the new shareholders approved transfer of its headquarters from Tampere to Turku. The Saab 340, leased by Avitrans Nordic, will be replaced with the ATR-42 models. New chief executive officer will be Holger Holm.[2]

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Fleet[edit]

The Wingo xprs fleet includes the following aircraft (as of 28 April 2010) [1]:

Wingo xprs Fleet
Aircraft Total Orders Passengers
(Economy)
Notes
ATR 42-300 1 0 46 operated by Jet Air
Total 1 0

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