Bingo Airways (Warsaw) this month suspended operations according to Pasazer.com. According to the article, the airline has lost some important charter contracts and two of its Airbus A320s (SP-ACO and SP-AEK) have left the fleet. The carrier’s AOC has been suspended by the Polish authorities as the attempts to find additional funding and reorganize according to CEO Marek Sidor.
Bingo Airways (Warsaw) is a new Polish charter airline and is preparing to take delivery of its first Airbus A320 (pictured). The new airline is planning to start operations on May 10 according to this report by the Warsaw Business Journal. Bingo will fly from Warsaw and Katowice to holiday destinations in Egypt, Tunisia and Turkey. Two additional A320s are due to join the fleet in June.