Air Horizont (Zaragoza) is a new airline in Spain. The new carrier is planning to now launch scheduled passengers flights to Rome starting on July 2 (delayed from May 14) pending the acquisition of its AOC according to Preferente.com. The airline is also planning to fly to Alicante, Seville and Munich from Zaragoza.
The company was founded by pilots Manuel Sahli and Juan Luis Díez.
Copyright Photo: Rainer Bexten/AirlinersGallery.com. The first aircraft, the pictured Boeing 737-436 9H-ZAZ (msn 25349), arrives in Berlin (Schoenefeld).
Germanwings (2nd) (Cologne/Bonn) is coming back to Berlin (Schoenefeld). The low-fare subsidiary of the Lufthansa Group will resume the Cologne/Bonn – Berlin (Schoenefeld) route on October 5. The airline will also serve the Stuttgart – Schoenefeld route starting on October 25. Ryanair has announced it will start a new base at Schoenefeld as we previously reported.
Copyright Photo: Paul Bannwarth/AirlinersGallery.com. Airbus A320-211 D-AIQM (msn 268) with Wickie, the Viking man (new 3D TV series), approaches the runway at Tenerife Sur.
Ex-Deccan Airbus A320-232 VT-DNV (msn 3316) taxies at Berlin (Schoenefeld) in the new 2009 livery. Copyright Photo: Michael Kubatz.
Olympic Air (3rd) (Athens) under new ownership and leadership is adding new aircraft types (Airbus A319s and A320s) as it upgrades the appearance of the flag carrier. The new owners will officially take over on October 1, 2009.
Hamburg International's Boeing 737-33A D-AHIG (msn 23827) at Berlin (Schoenefeld) before it was delivered and re-registered as Z3-AAJ. Copyright Photo: Michael Kubatz.
Skywings International (Skopje) is a new airline based in Macedonia. It was due today (July 19) to commence operations with a leased Boeing 737-33A (Z3-AAJ, msn 23827, ex D-AHIG) leased from and operated by Hamburg International (Hamburg) in full Skywings colors. The new airline was due to fly the inaugural flight today from Skopje to Podgorica. Its website is also advertising scheduled flights from Skopje to Berlin, Brussels, Cologne, Dusseldorf, Hamburg, Rome and Stuttgart and also from Ohrid to Amsterdam and Dusseldorf.