Atlasglobal Airlines has filed for bankruptcy and ceased all operations on February 12, 2020. The last flight was to Baghdad.
Previously on January 29, 2020 the airline announced it would be suspending operations again, until February 9, 2020.
On January 29, 2019, it was announced that the company returned their two Airbus A330-200s (top) to their lessors.
Atlasglobal was established on March 14, 2001 in Turkey, licensed to carry out “Passenger and Cargo Transportation on Unscheduled Flights, Domestic and International” and operated its first flight on June 1, 2001.
Atlasglobal began to operate domestic and international scheduled flights in 2004 with the aim of offering passengers international standards of quality and comfort on board.
Top Copyright Photo: AtlasGlobal Airlines (Turkey) Airbus A330-203 TC-AGL (msn 700) AYT (Andi Hiltl). Image: 949067.
Atlasglobal Airlines has suspended scheduled flights to Amsterdam, London and Paris again. The struggling carrier has been transitioning to more charter operations.
Previously Atlasglobal Airlines made this announcement:
As per the decision taken by our airline, we have entered a new phase of restructuring in order to provide you unique flight experience. As of November 26, 2019, we have temporarily suspended all our flights until December 21, 2019.
During this period, all flight irregularities on the tickets until December 15, 2019 will be assessed by our teams.
Tickets sales will be suspended until December 16, 2019 on all our sales channels including our website, mobile apps, etc.