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Canarian Airways became Lattitude Hub, then back to Canarian Airways

What is in a name?  Everything – it is your brand.

After our previous report, Canarian Airways (Tenerife) became Lattitude Hub, named after the parent company.

Apparently the name did not stick for the airline. The new carrier has decided to reverse course and is again using the Canarian Airways name and brand.

The company describes its origin:

We were born as an alliance of 14 tourism entrepreneurs from the Canary Islands after more than six years of joint development of the project. Finally LATIMOS.

We understood that the dependence of the Canarian tourism sector on connectivity made it necessary to take a step forward and this has been our ATTITUDE. We couldn’t stand idly by and we have.

Our differential has a clear objective: to seek different solutions to different problems to recover and strengthen the tourist flow of Tenerife and the Canary Islands, our LATITUDE.

Our essence, our identity and our effort come together in CANARIAN AIRWAYS, a brand that advances towards an offer that brings the Canary Islands destination closer to each and every one of the people who want to travel.

At the end of 2019, LATTITUDE HUB, S.A. was established, the parent company that covers our brand and is made up of a total of 14 hoteliers from Tenerife and La Palma, and One Airways.

The first aircraft for Canarian Airways is painted

Operated by One Airways, will become EC-NMO

Canarian Airways’ first aircraft, the pictured ex-Atlantic Airways Airbus A319-115 OY-RCG (msn 5079), has been painted at Southend, albeit minus titles (for now). Presumably titles will be added later. The airframe will become EC-NMO on delivery.

The tail logo has been altered from the original concept drawing below.

As previously reported, Canarian is planning to commence operations in late June with this single Airbus A319 from Tenerife Sur Airport.

The new airline is planning to fly to European destinations such as Madrid, Barcelona, Bilbao, Glasgow, Cardiff and Berlin.

The new airline is owned by the Spring Hotels Group and is working with One Airways. One Airways will operate the aircraft.

Top Copyright Photo: Canarian Airways (One Airways) Airbus A319-115 OY-RCG (EC-NMO) (msn 5079) SEN (Keith Burton). Image: 953596.

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New airline on the horizon: Canarian Airways

Canarian Airways is the name of a new airline venture based in Tenerife in the Canary Islands, Spain.

The concept was presented at a press conference by Tenerife hotel owners and One Airways.

The upstart is planning to commence operations in late June with a single Airbus A319 (ex Atlantic Airways OY-RCG, soon to be registered as EC-NMO) from Tenerife Sur Airport

The prospective airline is planning to fly to European destinations such as Madrid, Barcelona, Bilbao, Glasgow, Cardiff and Berlin.

The new airline is owned by the Spring Hotel Group and is working with One Airways.

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