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FlyMe
SHlogo.png
IATA
SH
ICAO
FLY
Callsign
FLYBIRD
Founded 2004
Ceased operations 2 March 2007
Hubs Gothenburg-Landvetter Airport
Focus cities Malmö Airport
Stockholm-Arlanda Airport
Fleet size 6
Destinations 25
Headquarters Gothenburg, Sweden
Key people
Website http://www.flyme.com/

FlyMe (Fly Me Sweden AB) was a low-cost airline based in Gothenburg, Sweden. It operated flights from Gothenburg, Stockholm and Malmö to destinations within Europe. Its main hub was Gothenburg-Landvetter Airport, with hubs at Malmö Airport and Stockholm-Arlanda Airport. Beginning in April 2006, it widened its destination network and started daily services to European destinations.

The airline ceased operations on 2 March 2007[1].

Contents

History

The airline was founded in 2003 and started operations on 1 March 2004[1]. It employed 104 staff.

On 2 March 2007 FlyMe announced that it would file for bankruptcy, due to an unwillingness by its banks to release further funding to it, based on proceeds from a rights issue by its parent company. FlyMe accordingly cancelled all its flights.

Destinations

Before its grounding, FlyMe operated to the following destinations:

Fleet

The FlyMe fleet consisted of the following aircraft (as of August 2006) [2]:

The average age of the FlyMe fleet was 16.7 years as of February 2007.[3]

External links

References

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FlyMe
IATA
SH
ICAO
FLY
Callsign
FLYBIRD
Founded 2004
Ceased operations 2 March 2007
Hubs Gothenburg-Landvetter Airport
Focus cities Malmö Airport
Stockholm-Arlanda Airport
Fleet size 6
Destinations 25
Headquarters Gothenburg, Sweden
Website http://www.flyme.com/

FlyMe (Fly Me Sweden AB) was a low-cost airline based in Gothenburg, Sweden. It operated flights from Gothenburg, Stockholm and Malmö to destinations within Europe. Its main hub was Gothenburg-Landvetter Airport, with hubs at Malmö Airport and Stockholm-Arlanda Airport. Beginning in April 2006, it widened its destination network and started daily services to European destinations.

The airline ceased operations on 2 March 2007[1].

Contents

History

The airline was founded in 2003 and started operations on 1 March 2004[1]. It employed 104 staff.

On 2 March 2007 FlyMe announced that it would file for bankruptcy, due to an unwillingness by its banks to release further funding to it, based on proceeds from a rights issue by its parent company. FlyMe accordingly cancelled all its flights.

Destinations

Before its grounding, FlyMe operated to the following destinations:

Fleet

The FlyMe fleet consisted of the following aircraft (as of August 2006) [2]:

The average age of the FlyMe fleet was 16.7 years as of February 2007.[3]

External links

References


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