AMOS Customers of type Charter Airline

Since Aircraft Types #AC Category Description
  1. Airbus 320
4 Charter Airline

Marabu is an Estonian leisure airline headquartered in Tallinn, with operations based at Hamburg Airport and Munich Airport in Germany. Ticket sales are handled by Condor, who describes the carrier as a partner airline.

  1. Pilatus PC-12
  2. Pilatus PC-24
60 Business Aviation, Charter Airline

Jetfly Aviation is a business charter company based in Leudelange, Luxembourg. In addition to charter flights, the company also offers aircraft management, maintenance and fractional ownership (co-ownership of aircraft).

  1. Boeing 737
10 Charter Airline, Low-Cost Airline

SkyUp Airlines LLC is a Ukrainian charter and low-cost airline headquartered in Kyiv, which began its operation in May 2018.

  1. Airbus 330
  2. Boeing 747
  3. Boeing 757
10 Airline, Cargo, Charter Airline

National Airlines is an American airline based in Orlando, Florida. It operates on-demand cargo and passenger charter services.

  1. Airbus 321
  2. Airbus 330
14 Charter Airline

Sunclass Airlines A/S (formerly Thomas Cook Airlines Scandinavia) is a Danish charter airline that operate charter services from Norway, Sweden, Denmark and Finland.

  1. Boeing 737
10 Charter Airline, Low-Cost Airline, Regional / Medium Airline

TEM Enterprises d/b/a Avelo Airlines, is an ultra low-cost airline based in Houston, Texas, United States. The airline specialised in the commercial air charter market.

  1. Boeing 737
72 Airline, Charter Airline

SunExpress, is a Turkish-German airline based in Antalya. SunExpress is a joint venture between Turkish Airlines and Lufthansa. It operates scheduled and chartered passenger flights to 90 destinations in 30 countries.

  1. Airbus 320
  2. Airbus 321
  3. Airbus 330
  4. Boeing 757
  5. Boeing 767
56 Charter Airline

Besides the long-term customers Thomas Cook Belgium, Condor Berlin and Condor Flugdienst, also the remaining members of the Thomas Cook Group (TC UK and Scandinavia) are relying on AMOS since 2012.

2 Charter Airline

The government fleet of a customer that prefers to be undisclosed.

  1. Boeing 737
17 Charter Airline

Sunwing Airlines Inc. is an airline headquartered in Toronto, Ontario, Canada and operates flights from Canada to the USA, Mexico, the Caribbean and also domestic flights. In 2009 Sunwing entered into a strategic venture with UK based TUI Travel PLC.

  1. Boeing 737
  2. Boeing 767
  3. Boeing 787
8 Charter Airline

Arkefly is an airline headquartered on the grounds of Schiphol Airport in Haarlemmermeer, Netherlands. It is the charter carrier of the Dutch arm of TUI and its main base is Amsterdam Schiphol Airport.

  1. Airbus 320
  2. Boeing 757
  3. Boeing 767
35 Charter Airline

Condor is one of the largest holiday airlines in Europe. Based in Frankfurt/Germany, the newly-established Condor Technik GmbH is responsible for the maintenance and overhaul of the Boeing 757/767 fleets of Condor Flugdienst GmbH.

8 Charter Airline

Ceased operations.

  1. Airbus 321
  2. Airbus 330
  3. Boeing 737
43 Charter Airline

Air Transat with headquarters in Montreal/Canada specializes in both scheduled and charter flights from Canada to vacation destinations. Air Transat carries some 3 million passengers annually to around 60 destinations in several countries.

  1. Airbus 319
  2. Airbus 321
  3. Boeing 737
29 Charter Airline

Germania, a major holiday charter airline based in Berlin, Germany, who operates services to the Canary Islands, Egypt, Israel, Madeira, the Mediterranean, North Africa and Georgia.

  1. Boeing 737
  2. Boeing 787
10 Charter Airline

Milan-based airline Neos operates short-, medium- and long- haul flights in southern Europe, Russia, Africa, Middle East and Far East.

  1. Airbus 320
7 Charter Airline

Ceased operations in 2018.

  1. Airbus 330
  2. ATR 42
  3. DC-9
30 Charter Airline

Meridiana is an italian airline that serves domestic and European destinations. Rebranded as Air Italy.

  1. Airbus 320
13 Charter Airline

Merged with Condor Flugdienst GmbH in July 2016.

  1. Airbus 320
  2. Boeing 737
  3. Boeing 767
  4. Boeing 777
19 Charter Airline

ceased operations