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Defunct Companies of Poland: Defunct Airlines of Poland, Air Polonia, Haberbusch I Schiele, Past, Direct Fly, Prima Charter, Elektrit

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Published June 9th 2010
ISBN : 9781157815532
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30 pages
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Purchase includes free access to book updates online and a free trial membership in the publishers book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Chapters: Defunct Airlines of Poland, Air Polonia, Haberbusch I Schiele,MorePurchase includes free access to book updates online and a free trial membership in the publishers book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Chapters: Defunct Airlines of Poland, Air Polonia, Haberbusch I Schiele, Past, Direct Fly, Prima Charter, Elektrit, Silesian Air, Getjet. Excerpt: Air Polonia was the first privately owned low-cost airline in Poland with its headquarters in Warsaw and its largest operations base at Warsaw Frederic Chopin Airport. On 5 December 2004 Air Polonia ceased operations due to financial difficulties. Air Polonia was created in 2001 and quickly gained popularity. It started low-cost operations on 8 December 2003 using its Boeing 737-400s offering flights from Warsaw to Wrocaw, London Stansted and Gdask, Katowice to London Stansted and Pozna to London Stansted. Air Polonias marketing campaigns targeted above all LOT but also non-Polish airlines flying to Poland such as British Airways or other no-frills airlines such as Germanwings. It is also speculated that Air Polonias growing popularity altered Ryanairs expansion into Poland. In January 2005, it was announced that Air Polonia was planning to resume operations with three Boeing 737-400s, but as of May 2009 it has yet to do this. Two Air Polonia Boeing 737s at London Stansted Airport, England. (2004) An Air Polonia Boeing 737-400 landing at Warsaw Frederic Chopin Airport, Poland. (2004)Air Polonia served 2 destinations in Africa and 26 in Europe during operations and operated various cargo routes on behalf of TNT Airways. The destinations served were as followed (not routes operated for TNT Airways): Air Polonia had a good safety record which never had any major incidents or accidents throughout their time of operation, from 8 December 2003 to 5 December 2004. ... More: https://booksllc.net/?id=1142043