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FOUNDED IN 1986. "AIR ESPANA" OPERATED AS "AIR EUROPA." ALSO, "AIR EUROPA LINEAS AEREAS." INTERNATIONAL, CHARTER, PASSENGER & CARGO, JET AIRPLANE SERVICES.
CENTRO EMPRESARIAL GLOBALIA
CTRA. ARENAL-LLUCMAJOR KM 21.5
POLIGONO SON NOGUERA
PO BOX 132
E-07620 LLUCMAJOR, SPAIN
SPAIN (KINGDOM OF SPAIN) WAS ESTABLISHED IN 1479, IT COVERS AN AREA OF 504,750 SQ KM, ITS POPULATION IS 41 MILLION, ITS CAPITAL CITY IS MADRID, AND ITS OFFICIAL LANGUAGE IS SPANISH.
NOVEMBER 1995: AIR EUROPA (ARE) OPERATES NEW ROUTES, 5/WEEK, MADRID, TO NEW YORK, & 1/WEEK, FROM TENERIFE, BOSTON, NEW YORK (757-200ER). SERVICES TO NORTH & WESTERN EUROPE, SALZBURG, BALEARIC ISLES, CANARY ISLES, BANGKOK, CANCUN, DELHI, VARADERO (CUBA), DOMINICAN REPUBLIC, & SAN SALVADOR DO BAHIA.
HAS AN URGENT NEED TO LEASE 2 767'S FOR CHARTER FLIGHTS, BUT NONE ARE AVAILABLE. THE 737-800 MEMO OF UNDERSTANDING (MOU) IS IN JEOPARDY, SINCE AIRBUS (EDS) IS TYING THE A310 LEASE TO AN A320 SALE. 8 ORDERS (NOVEMBER 1998 - APRIL 2000) 737-85P'S.
JANUARY 1996: 1995 = +$15 MILLION (NET PROFIT): 6 MILLION PASSENGERS (PAX).
FEBRUARY 1996: 1 737-300 (24376) EX-(ALK), LEASED, WITH "C" CHECK BY PEMCO WORLD AIR SERVICES.
MARCH 1996: 1 767-204 (24457), EX-BRITANNIA AIRWAYS (BRI), (GUI) LEASED. REPLACES 757, ON MADRID, TO NEW YORK. WANTS MORE 767'S.
MAY 1996: 1 737-300, EX-ALASKA AIRLINES (ALA).
JUNE 1996: NEW ROUTE, MADRID TO VARADERO, CUBA (767, 274 PAX).
APPLIED FOR 180 MINUTES EXTENDED TWIN-ENGINE OPERATIONS (ETOPS).
+2 737-300'S (MARCH 1997 & JULY 1997), LEASED, & +1 767-200ER (VB323), EX-AIR NEW ZEALAND (ANZ) (JUNE 1997) LEASED.
AUGUST 1996: 10/2 ORDERS (NOVEMBER 1998) 737-85P'S.
RECEIVED 180 MINUTES EXTENDED TWIN-ENGINE OPERATIONS (ETOPS) APPROVAL FOR 757.
1 767-300ER (PW4060) DELIVERY.
SEPTEMBER 1996: ACQUIRED 50% CANARIAS REGIONAL AIR, & MADE INTO A DOMESTIC COMMUTER, UNDER "AIR EUROPA EXPRESS" LOGO. PLANS TO USE 8 ATP'S, 64 PAX, IN VARIOUS SPANISH LOCATIONS. BASES OF MADRID, WITH 1 ATP, PALMA DE MALLORCA WITH 2 ATP'S.
PLANS FOR +2 767'S FOR LEASE IN 1998.
MADRID TO NEW YORK (757, 213 PAX & 767-200, 273 PAX).
FLS AEROSPACE (ATD) HAS FOLLOW-ON MAINTENANCE CONTRACT FOR ALL COMPONENT SUPPORT SERVICES, THROUGH 2000, FOR 737'S, 757'S, & 767'S IN ADDITION TO "C" CHECKS, ON 8 737-300/-400'S, (NOVEMBER 1996 - MARCH 1997).
OCTOBER 1996: HAS INTEREST IN ON-BOARD, DIGITAL TV, FLIGHT DATA TRANSMISSION, VIA SATCOMS, RATHER THAN (ACARS) (HIGH COST), INTERCONNECTION OF ALL GROUND STATIONS, FOR DIGITAL MAINTENANCE ACTIVITIES, ON-BOARD COMPUTER FOR FLIGHT LOG, FLIGHT PLAN, CABIN LOG, AIRPLANE MAINTENANCE.
TOMBO AVIATION PURCHASED 757-200 (24794) (RB211-535E4), LEASED.
NOVEMBER 1996: 10TH ANNIVERSARY!
1 ORDER (JULY 1997) 767-200ER (CF6-80A2) (23072), EX-AIR NEW ZEALAND (ANZ), 4 YEAR LEASED. 2 ORDERS (MARCH & MAY 1997) 737-300'S (28658; 28660), & 1 ORDER (JULY 1997) 737-400, BOULLIOUN (BOU) LEASED.
JANUARY 1997: 1996 = +$26.4 MILLION (+$21.4M): +22% PASSENGERS (PAX) = 1.55 MILLION (LARGEST IN PALMA).
FEBRUARY 1997: BOULLIOUN AVIATION SERVICES (BOU) IS INSTALLING (PATS) AUXILIARY FUEL TANKS, ON 2 737-300'S (28658; 28660) LEASED.
MARCH 1997: BOEING (TBC)'S TOBY BRIGHT, VP TECHNICAL SERVICES PRESENTS AWARD TO ANTONIO MOTA, TECHNICAL DIRECTOR, FOR AIR EUROPA'S (ARE) 767 "WORLD'S HIGHEST 767 UTILIZATION OF 16.01 HOURS/DAY, IN 1996."
MAY 1997: 1 737-36Q DELIVERY (28658), BOULLIOUN (BOU) LEASED. 1 737-300 (28661), (BOU) LEASED. 737-300 (PR004) HAD (PATS) AUXILIARY FUEL TANKS, INSTALLED AT PEMCO/DENMARK, BUT ON ARRIVAL THE SYSTEM DID NOT FUNCTION PROPERLY, & WAS DEACTIVATED.
JUNE 1997: 1 767-204ER (23072), LEASED.
JULY 1997: 12 DAY STRIKE CALLED OFF BY PILOTS (FC).
AUGUST 1997: 1 737-46Q (28661), BOULLIOUN (BOU) LEASED.
SEPTEMBER 1997: TO TERMINATE LEASE OF (AMEX) OWNED 757-200, IN OCTOBER 1997. 2 757-236'S (22185, 23227) RETURNED TO (AMEX).
OCTOBER 1997: 2,225 EMPLOYEES.
CODE SHARE WITH (TWA).
MAINTENANCE CONTRACT, TO FLS AEROSPACE (ATD) FOR "C" CHECKS ON 17 737-300/-400'S, & 3 757'S, THROUGH MARCH 1998. 757-236 (22176) RETURNED TO (AMEX).
180 MINUTES 757 (ETOPS) FLIGHTS/MONTH 106 OVER NORTH, MID, & SOUTHERN ATLANTIC, 10 OVER INDIAN OCEAN, 138 MINUTES 767 (ETOPS): 106 FLIGHTS/MONTH OVER NORTH & MID ATLANTIC & 3 FLIGHTS OVER SOUTH/WESTERN PACIFIC.
DURING WINTER SEASON, TO WET-LEASE 4 757'S TO (IBE). LOCAL OPERATOR (BCM) LEASES 2 A320'S TO (IBE) AT SAME TIME.
NOVEMBER 1997: 767 CONFIGURATION CHANGED FROM 274 PASSENGERS (PAX) TO 237 PAX, 12 FIRST (F), 67 BUSINESS (C), 158 ECONOMY (Y).
DECEMBER 1997: 757-236 (278-24794) RETURNED FROM IBERIA AIRLINES (IBE).
JANUARY 1998: BECOMES IBERIA AIRLINES (IBE) FRANCHISE (OPERATES AIRPLANES IN (IBE) COLORS).
FEBRUARY 1998: ALBERTO LINES, MAINTENANCE & ENGINEERING DIRECTOR, REPLACED ANTONIO MOTA, (ARE) GENERAL MANAGER, DOMINICAN REPUBLIC.
SELLS 10% SHARES TO BARCELO EMPRESAS, LOCAL HOTEL & TRAVEL AGENCY, FOR $13 MILLION.
3 737-300'S, 6 757'S, & 2 767'S LEASED (INITIALLY WET) TO IBERIA AIRLINES (IBE), IN (IBE) LIVERY, MAINTENANCE BY (IBE). 2 767-3YOER'S (CF6-80C2) (26206; 26207), EX-ASIANA AIRLINES (AAR), (GEH) LEASED FOR WET-LEASE TO (IBE).
APRIL 1998: 2,225 EMPLOYEES. (http://www.g-air-europa.es).
MAY 1998: 1 B AE ATP (2024), EX-LOGANAIR, B AE LEASED 54 MONTHS, FOR OPERATIONS WITH AIR EUROPA EXPRESS, OPERATING 6 ATP'S. EXTENDED LEASE OF ATP'S (2038; 2039), TIL 2002.
JUNE 1998: CODE SHARE WITH (TWA), BARCELONA/MADRID, TO NEW YORK (JFK), & CONNECTIONS TO 22 US CITIES.
1 737-400 (26285), EX-PAN AM (PAA), (ILF) 4 YEAR LEASED. 1 767-300ER (CF6-80C2B6F), (ILF) LEASED.
SEPTEMBER 1998: FISCAL YEAR (FY) 1997 = +$2.3 MILLION.
PAINTS 737-3YO (23750) IN ADVERT FOR ITALIAN BEVERAGE "MARTINI."
OCTOBER 1998: +1 737-400, & +1 767-200 (GE), IN APRIL 1999. 2 737-300'S (PP835; PP846) RETURNED TO GECAS (GEH), IN APRIL 1999. 2 737-400'S (PW065, 6) RETURNED FROM (IBE), LEASED IN NEXT 2 MONTHS. 2 757-200'S (NA342, NA345) LEASED TO (IBE), FOR ALL 6, TO (IBE). +6 ORDERS B AE ATP'S.
DECEMBER 1998: PLACED UNDER ONE COMPANY: "GLOBALIA CORPORACION.
NOVEMBER 1998: "EMPRESARIAL" JUAN JOSE HIDALGO ACERA, PRESIDENT, JUAN SAEZ, GENERAL MANAGER, EX-IBERIA AIRLINES (IBE) PRESIDENT.
737-3M8 (25071) OPERATES FOR AIR ANDALUCIA.
JANUARY 1999: 737-4Q8 (24706, EC-FXQ) RETURNED FROM IBERIA AIRLINES (IBE). 757-236 (25053, EC-FEE), WET-LEASED TO (IBE).
FEBRUARY 1999: 8 YEAR, 18 MILLION POUND CONTRACT TO FLS AEROSPACE (ATD), FOR COMPONENT SUPPORT, FOR 10 737-800'S. ALSO, HEAVY MAINTENANCE ON 16 737-300/-400'S.
OWNER, GLOBALIA HOLDINGS ACQUIRES SELIM A, A MAINTENANCE COMPANY AT PALMA AIRPORT, & NEW NAME IS "GLOBALIA MANTENIMIENTO AERONAUTICO S L."
APRIL 1999: 2,019 EMPLOYEES. SITA: PMIAAUX.
2 A320'S, CHINA SOUTHERN AIRLINES (GUN) LEASED, UNTIL FEBRUARY 2000.
MAY 1999: 1ST 3 737-800 DELIVERIES. +3 BY THE END OF 1999, & REST IN 2000. +3 (FEBRUARY 2000) 767-300ER'S (CF6), (ILF) 7 YEAR LEASED.
JUNE 1999: 2 737-300'S (25256; 25264), EX-VIVA (VIV), IBERIA AIRLINES (IBE) LEASED.
JULY 1999: 737-375 (23707) RETURNED TO (GEH), LEASED TO AMERICA WEST (AMW).
AUGUST 1999: CODE SHARE WITH (TAP) AIR PORTUGAL, MADRID TO LISBON, AND OPORTO, IN OCTOBER 1999.
+3 ORDERS 767-300ER'S, (ILF) LEASED. (ILF) ALREADY LEASES 2 737-300'S, & 3 737-400'S TO (ARE).
OCTOBER 1999: FISCAL YEAR (FY) 1998 = +$2.83 MILLION (+$2.35M) (NET PROFIT).
4 B AE ATP'S (2007; 2010; 2021; 2012), LEASED (LARGEST ATP OPERATOR - AIR EUROPA EXPRESS). 737-36E (25263, EC-FLF), EX-(IBE)/(VIV).
NOVEMBER 1999: 3 737-85P'S DELIVERIES.
DECEMBER 1999: 2 737-3Q8'S (26293; 26301), RETURNED TO (ILF), LEASED TO PRO AIR (PRR). 1 737-3Y0 RETURNED TO (GEH) (23749). 2 767-300'S (VN546; VN547) RETURNED TO (GEH), LEASED TO IBERIA AIRLINES (IBE). 737-3YO (24256) RETURNED TO (BBAM).
APRIL 2000: JOINS NORTHWEST (NWA)/(KLM)/ALITALIA (ALI) "WINGS" ALLIANCE.
1,920 EMPLOYEES. (http://www.aireuropa.es).
737-85P (28535, EC-HJP; & 28387, EC-HJQ), ITOCHU (CIF) LEASED, WITH NEW LIVERY.
MAY 2000: 1 737-36Q (28660, EC-GNU), LEASED TO AIR EUROPA CANARIAS (CRN). 2 737-85P (28388, EC-HKQ; 28536, EC-HKR), ITOCHU (CIF) LEASED. 1 767-3Q8ER (27686, EC-HKS), (ILF) LEASED.
JUNE 2000: 1 737-4Q8 (26280), EX-BRITISH MIDLAND (BMA), TOMBO (TOM) LEASED. 1 757-236 (24794) RETURNED TO (TOM), LEASED TO NATIONAL (NAB).
JULY 2000: AIR 2000 (ATZ) PARENT COMPANY, FIRST CHOICE, BUYS 20% OF GLOBALIA, (ARE)'S PARENT COMPANY.
1999 = +$2.01 MILLION (+$2.83 MILLION): 7.4 MILLION PASSENGERS (PAX) (+15.8%); 1,920 EMPLOYEES (+6.5%).
2 757-236'S (22185; RETURNED TO FINOVA (GRB); 23227, RETURNED TO PEGASUS (PSS).
AUGUST 2000: 1 737-36Q (28658, EC-GMY), GEONET (GEQ) LEASED.
SEPTEMBER 2000: CODE SHARE WITH ALITALIA (ALI) ON SELECTED SPANISH ROUTES.
OCTOBER 2000: HAS AGREED TO TAKEOVER BY IBERIA AIRLINES (IBE), SUBJECT TO GOVERNMENT APPROVAL.
NOVEMBER 2000: 3 757-236'S (26240; 26241; 26245), RETURNED FROM IBERIA AIRLINES (IBE). CODE SHARE WITH (TWA), TO USA.
JANUARY 2001: MERGER WITH IBERIA AIRLINES (IBE) IS BROKEN OFF (AS IF A BRIDE-TO-BE BROKE HER ENGAGEMENT AT THE ALTAR), DUE TO DISAGREEMENT ON PRICE, TYPE OF PAYMENT, AND GUARANTEES OF INTEGRATION OF (ARE) FLIGHT CREWS (FC).
MARCH 2001: 767-204ER (24457) RETURNED TO (GEF). 1 767-3Q8ER (CF6-80C2B7F) (30048, EC-HPU), (ILF) LEASED.
APRIL 2001: 1,838 EMPLOYEES.
PAINTS 737-375 (23808, EC-GEU) IN COLORS OF AMERICAN EXPRESS "BLUE CHIP" CREDIT CARD ON FUSELAGE.
JUNE 2001: 1 737-4K5 (24769), EX-AIR BERLIN (BER), PEMBROKE (PEB) LEASED. 1 767-3Q8ER (29387, EC-HSV), (ILF) LEASED.
JULY 2001: IN NOVEMBER 2001, MADRID - CARACAS (767-300ER, 3/WEEK).
1,920 EMPLOYEES. (email@example.com). SITA: PMIAMUX.
+3 737-800'S, WITH WINGLETS, FOR SCANDINAVIA, TO THE CANARY ISLANDS. 767-204ER (23072) RETURNED TO HELLER (HEF). WILL ALSO REPLACE ITS (B AE) ATP'S WITH ATR 72'S, BY THE END OF 2001.
AUGUST 2001: 1 737-86Q (30276), BOULLIOUN (BOU) LEASED.
SEPTEMBER 2001: 20 ORDERS ATR 72-500'S, TO REPLACE (B AE) ATP'S.
OCTOBER 2001: 4 ORDERS 737-800, INTERNATIONAL EQUIPMENT MANAGEMENT (LHD) LEASED. 5 757-236'S (24122; 24242; 25053; 25597; 26243) RETURNED FOM IBERIA (IBE).
NOVEMBER 2001: REDUCES ITS WORKFORCE BY -15%, AND LIQUIDATES ITS SUBSIDIARY, AIR EUROPA EXPRESS (CRN).
737-3M8 (25071), & 737-375 (23808) RETURNED TO LESSOR, 2 767-3YOER'S (26206; 26207) STORED.
DECEMBER 2001: CODE SHARE WITH TURKISH AIRLINES (THY), AND SPANAIR (SPP), FROM MADRID, TO HAVANA, SANTO DOMINGO, RIO DE JANEIRO, AND SAO PAULO.
1 737-81Q (30785, N308TA), TOMBO (TOM) LEASED (1ST IN SPAIN WITH WINGLETS). PLANS TO INSTALL WINGLETS ON ALL 737-800'S.
APRIL 2002: 2,081 EMPLOYEES.
OWNERS: JUAN JOSE HIDALGO ACERA (79%); AVELINA GUTIERREZ SAIZ (7.2%); HERPIL SL (5%); VIAJES SIDETOURS (5%); OTHERS (3.4%).
July 2002: Code share with (KLM), from its connections at Madrid, and Barcelona, to 11 Spanish destinations. Cooperative agreement with Cubana (CUB) for possible code share, airport services, and customer loyalty schemes.
2001 = -$7.33 million (+$1.57 million).
Special markings on 737-300 (EC-GGO) promoting "Diario de Mallorca" (a Palma newspaper), and a 737-400 (EC-GUO) promoting "Marca" (a sports newspaper). 757-256 (593-26242, EC-FYJ), returned to Itochu, leased to Icelandair (ICE).
October 2002: 1 737-86Q (30284, EC-III), (GECAS) (GEF) leased.
November 2002: 1 737-86N (29883), Excel (SBE) wet-leased, til April 2003. 737-3M8 (24376) returned to Aviation Capital Group, leased to (BRA) Transportes Aereo (BRW). 757-236 (25053), returned to (CIT) (TCI).
February 2003: 3 orders (April 2003) 737-683's, Scandinavian Airlines (SAS) leased.
March 2003: 2,200 employees. SITA: PMIAAUX.
April 2003: In May 2003, Alicante/Malaga/Valencia/Palma de Mallorca - Paris (CDG). In June 2003, Barcelona - Venice (Saturdays).
3 737-683's (28304; 28305; 28306), (SAS) wet-leased 1 year.
June 2003: 1,920 employees. SITA: PMIAMUX.
July 2003: 2002 = +$15.41 million (-$7.36 million): 8.89 billion (RPK) (traffic) (-5.7%); 75.4% LF (load factor); 5.88 million passengers (PAX) (-8.7%).
767-33AER (27310, EC-IQA), (AWW) leased.
August 2003: 737-4YO (24692, EC-IRA), GECAS (GEF) leased.
September 2003: 2002 = +$15.3 million (-$7.4 million): 9.03 billion (RPK) traffic (-3.6%); -4.2% (ASK) capacity; 75.6% LF (+.5); 6 million passengers (PAX) (-5.8%); 2,209 employees (+1.6%).
2002 TOP WORLD AIRLINES PASSENGER TRAFFIC (RPK) (Billions):
65 (JBL) 11.01; 66 (AIJ) 11.00; 67 (PIA) 10.78; 68 (RYR) 10.20; 69 (EGP) 9.65; 70 (ARG) 9.61; 71 (EZY) 9.21; 72 (HWI) 9.04; 73 (ARE) 9.03; 74 (CQT) 8.99; 75 (SPP) 8.98; 76 (SHY) 8.75; 77 (ARL) 8.69; 78 (PRH) 8.67; 79 (XIN) 8.61.
October 2003: Code share with Air Luxor (LXA), Lisbon/Porto - Madrid. In November 2003, Madrid - Salvador de Bahia (3/week).
2 orders (November 2003) 737-86Q (30290; 30291), Boullioun (BOU) leased. $230 million, 4/11 orders (October 2004) 737-800 (33971; 33972; 33973; 33974), Itochu (CIF) leased.
November 2003: 737-86Q (30290), (BOU) leased.
January 2004: 737-86Q (30291, EC-ISN), Boullioun (BOU) leased.
February 2004: Switched its Paris operations from Charles de Gaulle (CDG) to Orly (ORY).
Will return 3 737-600's Scandinavian Airlines (SAS) leased in exchange for 4 737-800's currently leased to Air One (ADH).
March 2004: Code share with Tikal Jets (TKC), Guatemala City to Havana, Cancun.
In May 2004, Palma de Mallorca to Rome (FCO) (2/week).
737-36Q (28658), returned to Boullioun (BOU). 3 737-683's (28304; 28305; 28306) returned to (SAS). 2 737-883's (28323; 30467), (SAS) leased.
April 2004: Ultimately will join the SkyTeam Alliance (STM) as an associate member.
In May 2004, Madrid - Fez (737-800, 2/week). In June 2004, Barcelona - Venice (737-400, weekly).
May 2004: 737-683 (28304) returned to Scandinavian Airlines (SAS). 2 737-883's (30194, EC-IYI; 30468, EC-IYE), (SAS) leased. 767-328ER (27428), Royal Brunei (RBA) wet-leased.
June 2004: Code share with AeroMexico (AMX), Madrid - Cancun, & Mexico City - Madrid.
July 2004: 2003 = +$20.46 million (+$15.33 million): 7.91 billion (RPK) (+16.2%); 60..6% LF; 6.64 million passengers (PAX) (+12.8%).
August 2004: In September 2004, Brice Manufacturing Company, a wholly owned subsidiary of Timco Aviation Services (ASC), will deliver convertible seats to Boeing (TBC) for line installation on 15 new Air Europa (ARE) 737-800's.
Has 6 month promotional agreement with the Disneyland Resort, near Paris, which including special fuselage advertisements on 2 737-800's.
September 2004: In November 2004, Madrid - Cancun.
+2 orders (February 2005) 737-800, leased.
October 2004: 737-4Q8 (26280) returned to Tombo (TOM). 737-4Q8 (24706, EC-FXP), (ILF) leased. 737-85P (33971, EC-JAP), Itochu Air leased.
November 2004: 737-85P's (33972, EC-JBJ; 33973, EC-JBK; 33974, EC-JBL), deliveries.
December 2004: $195 million, +3 orders (January 2006) 737-86N's. Becomes 1st customer for the A350 with Memo of Understanding (MOU) for 10/2 orders (February 2010) A350-800's (GEnx), long-range, 245 PAX, 3 class, with range >8,600 nm/15,900 km. The larger A350-900, 285PAX, 3 class has a range of >7,500 nm. Also +1 A340-200 and will lease 2 A330-200's in April 2006.
May 2005: 2,379 employees.
737-85P (33975, EC-JHK), Itochu leased and 737-86N (32659, EC-JEX), (GEF) leased.
June 2005: SkyTeam Alliance (STM) creates its new associate program and selected Air Europa (ARE), Copa Airlines (COP), Kenya Airways (KEN), & Tarom (TRM) with joining process to be completed in 2006. Each has been assigned to a sponsor from the alliance: (ARE) - Air France (AFA); (COP) - Continental Airlines (CAL); (KEN) - (KLM); & (TRM) - Alitalia (ALI).
$1.2 billion, 18/12 orders (February 2007) 737-800's.
July 2005: 737-85P (33976, EC-JHL) delivery.
August 2005: 2,570 employees (+8%).
September 2005: Thales (THL) announced a new customer for its TopSeries I-4000 in-flight entertainment (IFE) system as Air Europa (ARE), which chose the system for 4 A330s.
October 2005: Iberia Airlines (IBE) decided not to participate in the privatization of AeroMexico (AMX) and Mexicana (CMA), citing unfavorable market conditions. According to (AFX) in Madrid, (IBE) Chairman, Fernando Conte previously expressed concern over the ability of the 2 airlines to compete with their current business structure against emerging low-cost carriers. He also was not satisfied that foreign investment would be kept to 25%. However, according to "Reuters," Spain's Globalia, which owns Air Europa (ARE), is interested in bidding for the airline.
Airbus (EDS) received formal approval from its shareholders, (EADS) and (BAE) Systems, for industrial launch of the A350 on the basis of 140 "firm order commitments" from nine customers, one of which is unidentified. In Washington, (EDS) (COO), Charles Champion said the company is "confident" it will reach 200 commitments by year end, while Executive VP Procurement, Henri Courpron said that all 200 will be firmed within the same time frame.
As previously announced, the airplane will be offered in 2 versions, the A350-800 seating 258 in a 3-class configuration with a range of 8,800 nm, and the A350-900 seating 316 with a range of 7,500 nm. The A350-800 will enter service in mid-2010, while the larger dash A350-900 arrives later in the year.
Rolls-Royce (RR) announced that it finally had reached agreement with Airbus (EDS) to supply a new variant of its (Trent) engine series for the A350. The (Trent 1700) will be available for A350 deliveries from mid-2011. The airframe will launch with a version of the (GEnx). To date, (GE) has captured all firm orders from identified customers, a total of 130 shipsets, plus 32 options.
Courpron said the delay in bringing (RR) into the program was owing to both technical and commercial considerations: "We wanted to make sure we knew what (RR) had to offer." Implying that the delay was partly due to the engine-maker's negotiating position, he said "it was not a coincidence" that (RR) came aboard at virtually the same time (EDS) received authorization to build the jet. "We felt very comfortable going the whole way with just (GE)," he added. "We sold 140 of them without (RR)."
The current customer list comprises Air Europa (ARE) (10), ALAFCO (12), CIT (TCI) (5), GECAS (GEF) (10), Kingfisher Airlines (KFH) (5), Qatar Airways (QTA) (60), TAM (TPR) (8), US Airways (USA) (20) and an unidentified customer (10).
The (Trent 1700) will offer a thrust rating of 75,000 lbs and will run for the first time in mid-2009. The four-digit nomenclature is a departure for (RR). A spokesperson told this website that the "1700" is a reference to the mid-70,000-lb thrust rating, not an homage to the (Trent 700) that powers the A350's closest sibling, the A330.
"We have strong, market-leading or sole-source positions with the (Trent) on the A330, latest A340s and the A380, and we are equally confident that the (Trent 1700) will establish itself successfully on the A350," (RR) President, Civil Aerospace, Mike Terrett said.
737-4Q8 (26285, EC-GUO), returned to Boeing Capital (TBC), leased to Futura International (FUA).
November 2005: Air Europa ((IATA) Code: UX, based at Palma de Mallorca Son Sant Joan airport (PMI)) (ARE) has returned its last two 737-400s to the lessors and dropped its code share agreement with Aeropostal - Alas de Venezuela (LAV).
737-86N (34251, EC-JKZ), (GEF) leased, delivery.
January 2006: Spain will spend $3.5 billion over the next 14 years improving the eight airports in the Canary Islands, according to a Development Ministry statement cited by "Reuters." The enhancements will include terminal extensions, new runways and more parking.
Air Europa (ARE) finalized its launch order for 10 A350-800s plus 2 options. The Spanish carrier became the 1st airline to commit to the airplane when it signed a Memo of Understanding (MOU) with Airbus (EDS) at the end of 2004. It also will lease 3 A350s from (GECAS) (GEF). The A350-800s, scheduled for delivery between 2010 and 2012, will be used for transatlantic service, be powered by (GEnx-1A)s and seat 253 passengers in a 2-class configuration.
February 2006: 737-85P (33977, EC-JNF), delivery.
March 2006: Air Europa (ARE) signed a 7-year, CHF20 million/$15.3 million deal with SR Technics (SWS) for component support for its new A330 fleet, which will number 6 to 8 airplanes. The Spanish carrier takes delivery of its 1st A330 this month. The pair also concluded a Maintenance Repair & Overhaul (MRO) agreement for the Auxiliary Power Units (APU)s on Air Europa (ARE)'s fleet of 737NGs, which it expects to enlarge from 28 airplanes at present to between 40 & 50.
A330-203 (733, EC-JPF), (ILF) leased.
April 2006: Air Europa (ARE) converted purchase rights for 16 737-800s into firm orders in a deal worth approximately $1 billion at list prices. Deliveries are scheduled between 2010 and 2014. The carrier will use the new airplanes on domestic routes, including to the Balearic and Canary islands, as well as on European and North African routes.
(ARE) currently has 30 737NGs in its fleet and 34 on order. The 16 new airplanes will replace older 737NGs, according to the airline, which wants to "remain one of the most modern airlines in Europe with airplanes that are less then 10 years old."
A330-203 (745, EC-JQG), (GEF) leased.
May 2006: A330-203 (749, EC-JQQ), (GEF) leased.
July 2006: Air Europa (ARE) specializes in inclusive-tour services between northern and Western Europe and holiday resorts in the Canary and Balearic Islands. The airline also operates domestic scheduled flights and long-haul scheduled services to North America and the Caribbean.
Employees = 2,570.
Aviation Partners Boeing (APB) said (ARE) ordered 34 Blended Winglet Systems as buyer-furnished equipment on 737-800s scheduled to deliver between 2007 and 2014 and up to 21 additional shipsets with which to retrofit dash 800s already in service. The Palma de Mallorca-based carrier operates five Blended Winglet-equipped 737-800s. (ARE)'s parent, Globalia Mantenimiento Aeronautico, will install the retrofit winglets.
Blended Winglets provide block fuel savings of up to -5%, depending on route and stage length, resulting in fuel savings for typical 737-700/-800 operators of more than >100,000 gallons per airplane per year, according to (APB). Additional benefits include "reduced engine maintenance costs, improved takeoff and range performance, reduced engine emissions and reduced noise footprint on takeoff of 6.5%."
November 2006: INCDT: (ARE) 737-800 Flight UX 1033 on Monday, November 27, Malaga to Paris (CDG) was unable to stop on the runway and ended up in a grassy area.
January 2007: 1 order A330-200 (ILF) 5.5 years leased.
February 2007: The SkyTeam alliance announced that it signed agreements with Air Europa (ARE), Copa Airlines (COP), and Kenya Airways (KEN) "indicating the carriers are on track for official Associate Airline status." Signing ceremonies were held in the capital of each airline's home country. The trio will add 25 destinations to SkyTeam (STM)'s network.
A330-202 (814, F-WWYJ), delivery.
March 2007: General Electric (GE) has ruled out a variant of the Engine Alliance (GP7000) powerplant, which powers the A380, for the A350 XWB-1000. A (GE) spokesperson said that "it is not being considered." The engine, a joint venture of (GE) and Pratt & Whitney (P&W), is currently offered only on the A380. The A350 XWB-1000 is to be powered by a (Trent 1000) at 95,000 lbs thrust. There had been brief discussions between (GE) and Airbus (EDS) on a possible 105,000 lbs (GEnx) derivative, but those talks lapsed. Meanwhile, the status of existing orders for the (GEnx)-powered A350 XWB-800/-900 remains up in the air, with (GE) stating that "we are still doing technical studies but are not close to a business agreement." Six customers for the original A350 - - Air Europa (10), US Airways (20), (ALAFCO) (ALF) (12), (GECAS) (GEF) (10), TAM (TPR) (10) and Qatar Airways (QTA) (60) - - ordered the (GEnx) and most analysts considered it a formality that new agreements will be concluded. But according to a spokesperson, "(GE) does not have a deal with (EDS) on any A350 model and previous contracts we had, are for an airplane that doesn't exist."
April 2007: 737-85P (33980, EC-KBV) delivery.
May 2007: 737-85P (33981, EC-KCG), delivery.
July 2007: Starts Madrid - Krakow, using 737-800s.
August 2007: 737-85P (33982, EC-KEO), delivery.
September 2007: Air Europa (ARE), Copa Airlines (COP), and Kenya Airways (KEN) officially became SkyTeam (STM)'s first "associate airlines," which the alliance said grows its network by 47 additional destinations and nearly 500 additional daily flights. SkyTeam (STM) associate airlines will enjoy many of the benefits of full membership, such as linking loyalty programs, sharing airport lounges and "seamless" flight connections to SkyTeam (STM) carriers. But the associates will operate under the direction of a sponsor member, that represents their interests in all decision-making regarding the alliance and serves as the liaison between associate and alliance members. "Our entry into (STM) . . . effectively increases the reach of our network across the globe," (COP) (CEO), Pedro Heilbron said. "Our passengers will connect seamlessly between (COP) and our (STM) partners using a single ticket."
INCDT: (ARE) 737-85P (256-28322, /99 EC-HBM), chartered by the United Nations (UN), was on approach to runway 27 at Katowice Airport, Poland, at night in poor visibility. It descended below the approach path and contacted the approach lights some 850 m short of the runway threshold, but managed to land safely with extensive damage to engines, wings, and flaps. The 11 crew (FC)/(CA) and 114 passengers were OK.
November 2007: Iberia (IBE)'s sale is looking more probable, following its confirmation that it received a takeover approach from a consortium led by private equity group Gala Capital. In March, a consortium led by USA investment fund (TPG), that included British Airways (BAB) (which holds a 10% stake in (IBE)) made an indicative offer of €3.60/$5.28 per share. It has not made a firm bid, although (BAB) (CEO), Willie Walsh recently indicated the consortium expected to make a formal proposal by mid-December. The Gala Capital-led consortium "mentions" an indicative price of €3.60 to €3.90 per share, (IBE) said, adding the approach does not constitute a binding offer or a definitive decision about launching a bid. The consortium will take another four weeks to study the deal. The all-Spanish group includes players such as Basque bank (BKK), headed by former (IBE) President, Xabier de Irala, as well as Juan Jose Hidalgo, Executive President of Air Europa (ARE) parent, Globalia. (IBE) held merger discussions with (ARE) in 2000, but they broke off early the following year. Roles now could be reversed, with the smaller carrier possibly buying its larger competitor. In 1993, (ARE) was the 1st privately held airline to operate domestically in Spain, thus putting an end to (IBE)'s monopoly. Former (IBE) (COO), Angel Mullor reportedly is advising.
December 2007: (ILFC) (ILF) announced a leasing deal with Air Europa (ARE) for 2 767-300ERs, powered by (CF6-80C2B7F)s under a lease extended from early next year to spring 2013.
January 2008: Air Europa (ARE), which in December 2004 became the 1st airline to order the original A350, switched to the 787. The carrier announced an order for 8 787-8s worth $1.3 billion at list prices, plus 8 purchase rights. (ARE) never committed to the larger, redesigned, (Trent)-powered A350 XWB, having selected the (GEnx) for its original Airbus (EDS) order. It selected the (Trent 1000) to power its 787s, with an order worth some $560 million, including a TotalCare package, Rolls-Royce (RR) said.
(ARE) already is a large Boeing (TBC) customer with 33 737-800s and 4 767-300s in service. It also flies 3 A330-200s, according to its website. "After further development of the 787 by (TBC), it became clear to our pilots (FC), our fleet planners and our accountants, that the 787 would deliver the best possible economics, while also offering superior satisfaction for our passengers," Managing Director, Maria Jose Hidalgo said.
February 2008: (JJH) Capital, owned by Air Europa (ARE) and Globalia President, Juan Jose Hidalgo, signed a firm order for 6 Embraer E195s plus six purchase rights worth $237 million at list prices. Scheduled to begin delivering in May, the airplanes will be placed with "Universal Airlines," a startup that will fly both domestically and in Europe. It will be the 1st to fly the E195 with 122 seats.
April 2008: Iberia (IBE) reached a 5-year deal with Air Europa (ARE) for Maintenance Repair & Overhaul (MRO) services on (CFM56-7B)s powering 33 737-800s. Work will take place at (IBE)'s Madrid shop.
737-85P (35706), sold to (SAS).
May 2008: 737-85P (35707), sold to (SAS).
June 2008: 737-85P (35708), sold to (SAS).
July 2008: SR Technics (SWS) and Air Europa (ARE) signed a 4-year extension to their existing Integrated Component Solutions agreement for support of the airline's 767-300 fleet. The contract is valued at approximately £5.7 million and commences July 1, 2009.
A330-202 (931, EC-KOM), delivery.
August 2008: Spanish airports first 6 months total passengers, change % (year/year): 1. Madrid 25,714,487 (+4.9%); 2. Barcelona 15,104,278 (-2.1%); 3. Palma 9,841,476 (+0.8%); 4. Malaga 6,102,736 (-1.8%); 5. Gran Canarias 5,177,911 (+2.2%); 6. Alicante 4,562,068 (+11.5%); 7. Tenerife Sur 4,301,020 (+2.3%); 8. Valencia 2,905,657 (+5.1%); 9. Lanzarote 2,712,208 (+3.7%); 10. Girona 2,661,883 (+25.5%).
December 2008: Air Europa (ARE) parent, Globalia signed a contract converting purchase rights for 6 E195s worth $237 million at list prices. Globalia placed its initial order in February. Delivery of the 1st newly ordered airplane is scheduled for mid-2010. (ARE) will be the 1st carrier to operate the E195 in a single-class, 122Y-seat configuration.
1st E195 (EC-KRJ) delivery at Palma de Mallorca after its delivery flight from Sao Jose dos Campos, via Recife and Las Palmas - - SEE PHOTO - - "ARE-E195-2009-01."
March 2009: Air Europa (ARE) and Spanair (SPP) will begin code sharing on 13 domestic routes on March 29. The deal covers flights from Madrid to La Coruna, Alicante, Almeria, Bilbao, Jerez, Menorca, Malaga, Santiago de Compostela, Valencia and Vigo and from Barcelona to Jerez, Malaga and Seville.
E190-200LR (0244, EC-KXD), delivery.
April 2009: Rockwell Collins reached agreements to install its (dPAVES) in-flight entertainment system with CanJet Airlines (CNJ) (two 737-800s), Air Europa (ARE) (12 737s plus 13 options) and Air Arabia (ABZ) (49 A320s).
737-85Ps (35485; 35486), sold to El Al (ELA). 2 E190-200 LRs (00276, EC-KYO; 00281, EC-KYP), deliveries.
June 2009: 737-85P (35487), sold to El Al (ELA).
July 2009: Air Europa (ARE) launched daily, New York (JFK) - Madrid service aboard an A330-200.
October 2009: The Spanish government will lend domestic airlines up to €600 million/$895.8 million in 2010 to 2012 in order to "avoid possible restructuring or bankruptcies," it said in a statement cited by "Dow Jones."
February 2010: Air Europa (ARE) will launch 3x-weekly A330-200 service from Madrid to Lima on February 22 and is reportedly planning to add routes from Madrid to Asturias, Panama City and Zurich to its network in summer. (ARE) has however given up its Paris Orly - Seville route earlier this month and has temporarily suspends its weekly, Tenerife Norte - Miami service until April 2. (ARE) has entered into a code share agreement with Tarom (TRM) covering all (TRM) services between Spain and Romania.
March 2010: Air Europa (ARE) will launch 3x-weekly, London Gatwick - Madrid - Miami service on March 19.
(SITA) is partnering with Spanish and Portuguese air navigation service providers (AENA) and (NAV) Portugal to deliver data link infrastructure for pre-operational testing in preparation for introduction of Controller Pilot Data Link Communications (CPDLC) across the Iberian Peninsula by 2013. (CPDLC) will enable pilots (FC) and Air Traffic Control (ATC) to exchange certain routine messages via data link and will replace radio telephone communication.
EMB-190 (0344, EC-LEK), delivery.
June 2010: EMB-190 (0357, EC-LFZ), delivery.
October 2010: Air Europa (ARE) specializes in inclusive-tour services between northern and Western Europe and holiday resorts in the Canary and Balearic Islands. The airline also operates domestic scheduled flights and long-haul scheduled services to North & South America, the Caribbean, Europe, and North Africa.
Air Europa (ARE) Employees = 2,834.
Parent organization/shareholders: Globalia (100%).
(IATA) Code: UX - 996. (ICAO) Code: AEA (Callsign - EUROPA).
Alliances: Aeromexico (AMX); Aeroflot Russian Airlines (ARO); Air France (AFA); Alitalia (ALI); Continental Airlines (CAL); (KLM); KD Avia; Malev (HGA); Spanair (SPP); Tarom (TRM); & Tunisair (TUN).
Main Base: Palma de Mallorca airport (PMI).
Domestic, Scheduled Destinations: Alicante; Asturias; Barcelona; Bilbao; Fuerteventura; Granada; Ibiza; Lanzarote; Las Palmas; Madrid; Malaga; Menorca; Palma de Mallorca; Santiago de Compostela; Seville; Tenerife; Valencia; & Zaragoza.
International, Scheduled Destinations: Beijing; Budapest; Cancun; Caracas; Havana; Marrakesh; Milan; Paris; Prague; Punta Cana; Rome; Salvador; Santo Domingo; Tunis; & Warsaw.
Aeromexico (AMX) will become the sole USA sales representative next month for SkyTeam (STM) alliance partner Air Europa (ARE). With this strategic alliance, (AMX) will be (ARE)’s sole contact for travel agencies, wholesalers and on-line tour operators. (AMX) will also promote (ARE) in North America under the new arrangement.
Air Europa (ARE) operates nonstop service between its base at Madrid Barajas Airport and New York Kennedy International Airport, a route launched about a year ago, and since March has operated a nonstop to Miami International Airport. This accord coincides with an expansion of (AMX)'s North American schedule, about three months after the collapse of the country’s largest international operator, Mexicana (CMA), significantly reduced capacity to the USA and Canada.
As part of the expansion, Aeromexico (AMX) on November 20 plans to resume operations between Ontario International Airport in California and Guadalajara International Airport with a seasonal daily service, and from December 15 it expects to resume seasonal flights to Denver International Airport from its Mexico City hub. Both of these routes are possible despite the USA (FAA) safety downgrade imposed in July because authority had previously been granted to the airline, confirms the (FAA). The downgrade does not allow Mexican airlines to add new service to the USA until the country’s rating returns to Category 1.
The upgraded schedule also includes increased frequencies for existing USA markets that boost Chicago, Los Angeles, Miami, and New York to 2x-daily, and Las Vegas to 2x-daily from Thursday to Sunday. The new frequencies should begin December 6.
December 2010: A330-243 (461, EC-LKE), Orbest leased and E190-100 (0401, EC-LIM), deliveries, ex-(PT-XUG).
April 2011: Air France Industries (AFI)/(KLM) (E&M) was selected by Air Europa (ARE) to modify the full-economy class (Y) of one recently acquired A330 to a dual-class cabin.
September 2011: SR Technics (SWS) and Air Europa (ARE) will continue their partnership for integrated component solution support, following the recent signing of a contract extension. The 5-year agreement runs from 2013 through to 2017 and covers component exchange, maintenance and repair, and logistics services on A330, 767 and 737-800 airplanes.
A J Walter Aviation (AJW) has been selected by Air Europa (ARE) to provide (PBH) support for its A330 (Trent) engine component accessories under a 5x-year agreement, covering 2 airplanes. The contract includes the location of a main base kit in Madrid.
January 2012: Air Europa (ARE) and its Skyteam (STM) Alliance partner, Delta Air Lines (DAL) have started code sharing on routes between the USA and Spain, as well as some selected connections from both countries. It has delayed the launch of its proposed twice daily Madrid - Geneva service from November 1 to April 27. It will terminate its Madrid - Miami route on January 8 and temporarily suspend its Madrid - New York (JFK) route until March 29. It has also given up its routes from Valencia to Menorca and Tenerife Sur.
Air Europa (ARE) plans to add two more A330-200s in 2012 to replace its two 767-300ERs.
April 2012: Air Europa (ARE) has retired its last 767-300ER (29387, EC-HSV) on April 13. While the airplane will soon be operated by Transaero Airlines (TRX) as (EI-RUY), Air Europa (ARE) now operates its long-haul services to the Americas with a fleet of 11 A330-200s.
May 2012: Air Europa (ARE) started a new route to Geneva from Madrid.
June 2012: Air Europa (ARE) plans to wet-lease a 757-200 from Privilege Style (PVG) between July 1 and September 30 in addition to ERJ-145 (230, EC-KSS) it will also wet-lease from the Spanish charter operator for a similar time frame. It is mainly expected to use the 757 on its scheduled services from Madrid Barajas (MAD) to Milan Malpensa (MXP) and Rome Fiumicino Leonardo da Vinci International (FCO) airports. - - SEE ATTACHED - - "ARE-ERJ-145MP - 2012-09."
July 2012: 737-85P (36589, EC-LQX), delivery.
August 2012: Air Europa (ARE) launched its 1st route to Morocco on July 31 when (ARE) connected Spain’s capital Madrid (MAD) with Oujda (OUD) in eastern Morocco. Flights are operated 1x-weekly with (ARE)’s 180-seat 737-800 airplanes. The 650-km route is scheduled to operate seasonally, ending already on September 4.
Air Europa (ARE) will wet-lease an ATR 72-200 from regional carrier, Helitt Líneas Aéreas ((IATA) Code: H9, based at Malaga Pablo Ruiz Picasso airport (AGP)) from the end of October to be able to launch a four times daily service from Madrid Barajas (MAD) to Valencia Manises (VLC) airport on October 29. The route is currently only served by Iberia (IBe) regional partner Air Nostrum ((IATA) Code: YW, based at Valencia Manises airport (VLC)) five times daily without a competitor since the Spanair (SPP) bankruptcy.
October 2012: Air Europa (ARE) expanded its domestic network on October 1 when (ARE) began operating on the trunk route between the Spanish capital Madrid (MAD) and Bilbao (BIO) in Basque Country. Flights operate 4x-daily, using (ARE)’s 122-seat E195 airplanes, competing with Iberia (IBE)’s 61, easyJet (EZY)’s 24x- and Ryanair (RYR)’s 11x-weekly.
(ARE) which has been busy expanding its domestic and international networks following Spanair (SPP)’s collapse last January, launched new services on the domestic route from Madrid (MAD) to Valencia (VLC) on October 29. 28x-weekly flights will be operated for the Spanish SkyTeam (STM) Alliance carrier by Helitt Líneas Aéreas using ATR 72s. Competition on the route comes from Iberia (IBE)’s 35 weekly frequencies, which are operated by Air Nostrum, as well as indirectly from the high-speed (AVE) trains, which cover the 1.5-hour journey 15x-daily.
(ARE) has wet-leased its A330-200 (745, EC-JQG) to Senegal Airlines (SNG) for this year's Hajj charter season. The airplane has returned to (ARE) after performing a series of flights carrying passengers from Dakar Yoff-Léopold Sédar Senghor International (DKR) to Madinah Prince Mohammad bin Abdulaziz (MED) and (ARE) will then operate flights in the other directions after the Hajj.
December 2012: Air Europa (ARE) launched its 5th route from Madrid (MAD) to South America on November 29, and now offers 2x-daily flights to Santa Cruz Viru Viru (VVI). Services on the 8,900 km route to Bolivia’s main airport are operated using the A330-200. Olavi Linkola, (ARE)’s General Manager Bolivia, commented: “Dynamic growth not only in Bolivia but in the region as a whole is not a secret. The new route will help us grow in South America as the economic exchange between Spain and Bolivia increases.” Air Europa (ARE) will face competition on the route when Boliviana de Aviación (LAB) launches its four weekly services on 7 December. In addition, (ARE) commenced flights from the Spanish capital to Brussels (BRU), a route on which its 13x-weekly flights challenge Iberia (IBE)’s 26x- and Brussels Airlines (DAT)/(EBA)’s 11x-weekly frequencies. All operations are carried out using E190s.
June 2013: Air Europa (ARE) started 3x-weekly, Madrid - Montevideo A330-200 service.
July 2013: 737-85P (36593, EC-LVR) delivery.
October 2013: Air Europa (ARE) has been talking up its ambitions in Latin America. It has firm orders for eight 787 airplanes, but its President, Juan Jose Hidalgo recently said it will eventually have up to 22 of the type by 2020 - 2022. He plans to deploy them on Latin American routes. These could include Mexico City, Bogota, Cartagena, and Quito.
Currently, Iberia (IBE) is the leader on all 3 routes to Latin America, where it competes with Air Europa (ARE) and is number one overall on Spain to LatAm. However, (ARE) has been picking up routes dropped by its larger rival and Mr Hidalgo says it plans “to fly all the destinations that Iberia (IBE) flies to.” The pendulum is swinging towards (ARE) in much of the region outside Central America. Iberia (IBE) has abandoned the Caribbean altogether.
Air Europa (ARE) has a unit cost advantage and ambitions to grow. This poses a credible threat to Iberia (IBE)’s Latin American network. (IBE)’s cost restructuring will have to succeed if it is to avoid a further dulling of its brightest network jewel.
737-85P (36594, EC-LXV), delivery.
November 2013: AirEuropa (ARE), which poses an increasingly significant threat to Iberia (IBE)’s operation, continued to encroach upon the Spanish carrier’s territory last week with the launch of a new domestic route. On November 4th, (ARE) commenced operations on the 400 km route from Madrid (MAD) to Asturias (OVD) in the north of the country. The 24 weekly frequencies will be operated on behalf of AirEuropa (ARE) by Swiftair (SWF) using ATR 72s. The incumbent (IBE) serves the market with 34 weekly flights.
Boeing (TBC) and Air Europa (ARE) celebrated (ARE)’s 25th direct delivery of a Next-Generation 737-800. (ARE) showcased the latest addition to its fleet at a special event at its base on the Spanish island of Mallorca.
The 737-800 forms the backbone of Air Europa (ARE)’s short and medium-haul fleet with (ARE) set to take delivery of another 9 from Boeing. In 2012, (ARE) was the 1st in Spain to introduce the innovative Boeing Sky Interior to its Next-Generation 737 fleet, providing its passengers with enhanced in-flight comfort. Air Europa (ARE) is also the Spanish launch customer for the revolutionary 787 Dreamliner, with 8 currently on order.
Air Europa (ARE) serves more than >40 destinations across Europe and the Americas, with approximately half of its fleet made up of 737-800s. Based at Palma de Mallorca Airport, (ARE) has grown to be one of the largest airlines in Spain since its formation in the mid 1980s. Throughout its history, (ARE) has operated Classic 737s, 757s and 767s and following its latest delivery, currently has a combination of 17 737-800s and 787 Dreamliners on order from Boeing.
December 2013: AirEuropa (ARE) commenced operations on November 30th from Madrid (MAD) to La Romana (LRM) on the south-east coast of the Dominican Republic. The 6,632 km sector is AirEuropa (ARE)’s fourth link to the Caribbean from Spain’s main international airport. The SkyTeam(STM) Alliance member initially plans to operate the weekly route (Saturdays) with its A330-300s, but the service is set to increase to twice-weekly (Mondays) from December 16th, when the operating airplane will become the A330-200. The winter-season only service, which terminates on March 31st 2014, currently has no contention. However, Pullmantur Air (PUL) serves the Dominican Republic airport of Punta Cana from Madrid (weekly).
AirEuropa (ARE) has started its second service to Brazil from Spain’s capital Madrid (MAD), with its 5x-weekly operation to Sao Paulo Guarulhos (GRU) joining its existing service to Salvador in Bahia state. The flights, which began on December 16th, will be operated by the SkyTeam (STM) Alliance carrier’s 299-seat, A330-200s. (ARE) will slug it out against 3 existing airlines plying the route already (namely, Air China (BEJ) (2x-weekly), Iberia (IBE) (12) and (TAM) (TPR) Airlines (daily). The Air China (BEJ) service originates in Beijing, stops in Madrid, before continuing on to Sao Paulo.
(ARE) has confirmed plans to establish a regional hub in Salvador, Brazil from where it will offer connections to São Paulo Guarulhos, Santiago de Chile International, Asuncion and Córdoba International (Argentina) beginning March 2014. The first route to roll out will be Madrid Barajas to Santiago via Salvador on March 31, 2014. The flight will operate on board an A330-200. However, Paraguay's civil aviation authority (Dirección Nacional de Aeronautica Civil - DINAC) has warned that unless the airline operates a direct Madrid - Asuncion flight, it will not be able to benefit from any Paraguayan state subsidies. "If they don't operate direct flights, then they won't be able to access the concessions we are offering, which include tax exemption for a period of two years. For them to access the concessions, they have to operate a direct Madrid to Asuncion flight," (DINAC) President, Luis Aguirre said.
Air Europa (ARE) currently operates 49 airplanes, to 21 countries, 54 destinations, on 101 routes and 164 flights.
January 2014: Etihad Airways (EHD) has signed a code share agreement with Spain's Air Europa (ARE), as (EHD) seeks to expand its European route network. (ARE) will operate three direct flights per week between Abu Dhabi and Madrid later this year.
(EHD) will also fly to Madrid for the first time from Abu Dhabi.
(EHD) will place its "EY" flight code on Air Europa (ARE) flights from Amsterdam, Brussels and Milan Malpensa going to Madrid. In exchange, (ARE) will place its "UX" flight code on (EHD) flights from the same destinations to Abu Dhabi.
Over the summer season, the 2 airlines plan to expand the number of code share destinations to include cities in Spain and South America via Madrid. More cities will be added in the Gulf region, Africa, and Australia via Abu Dhabi.
"(EHD) is targeting partnerships with smaller (EU) airlines that are less competitive to effectively inorganically grow their European footprint," said Saj Ahmad, the Chief Analyst at StrategicAero Research. "It's a smart, non-confrontational expansion policy that's working well for (EHD) and it's bound to reap dividends for them."
(EHD) (CEO) said "We have been keen to offer our customers direct access to the Spanish capital for a number of years, and doing this now in partnership with Air Europa (ARE) makes perfect business sense.
He added that the new route will support the increase in trade volumes between the (UAE) and Spain, which has grown +75% over the past 3 years. The route will also bring more business and leisure travelers to Abu Dhabi from Spain.
March 2014: Air Europa (ARE) will add 2x-daily, Madrid - Frankfurt Embraer EMB-195 summer service.
April 2014: Air Europa ((IATA) Code: UX, based at Palma de Mallorca Son Sant Joan) (ARE) is to lease a 767-300ER (27902, EC-LZO), from fellow Spanish operator, Privilege Style ((IATA) Code: P6, based at Palma de Mallorca Son Sant Joan) (PVG), for use on (ARE)'s Madrid Barajas to New York (JFK) Summer flights.
Effective June 1, Air Europa (ARE) will boost its existing service to the USA metropolis from 5x weekly to daily. In addition, the 767 will replace the current equipment used on the route: - an A330.
(ARE) started its first new long-haul service of 2014 with the extension of its existing service to Salvador in Brazil onto Santiago (SCL), the capital of Chile. The 3x-weekly route, which originates at (ARE)’s main hub in Madrid (MAD) and began on April 15th, will be operated by the SkyTeam (STM) Alliance carrier’s A330-200 fleet. The 10,697 km sector will encounter competition from Iberia (IBE) and (LAN) Airlines, both of which offer daily services.
May 2014: Air Europa (ARE) continues to add further spokes from its burgeoning Madrid (MAD) hub, launching 2x-daily, E195 flights to Munich (MUC) on May 5th, its only service into the southern German airport. Flying in direct competition with Star (SAL) Alliance’s Lufthansa (DLH) (4x-daily) and Oneworld (ONW) Alliance’s Iberia (IBE) (3x-daily), flight timings will no doubt be coordinated to feed (ARE)’s long-haul South American network.
June 2014: Air Europa (ARE) has strengthened its growing hub operation at Madrid (MAD) with the addition of a new domestic service to Alicante (ALC), as well as two further international points, namely to Miami (MIA) and Punta Cana (PUJ) in the Dominican Republic. Started on June 4th, the USA operation resumes after a two and half year gap, and will be flown 3x-weekly by the airline’s A330 fleet. The 7,120 km sector will face some stiff Oneworld (ONW) Alliance competition in the form of American Airlines (AAL) (daily) and Iberia (IBE) (2x-daily). The service continues onto Punta Cana, operating the 1,465 km route against (AAL) (27x-weekly), (LAN) Airlines (weekly) and (LAN) Argentina (LNR) (weekly). The 2x-daily, Swiftair (SWF), 68-seat ATR 72 (operated domestic run started on June 9th and will face direct competition from incumbent Iberia (IBE), which flies the 356 km sector 20 times weekly).
ATR 72-202 (192, EC-LSN), ex-(PR-AZZ), Swiftair (SWF) wet-leased.
October 2014: Air Europa (ARE) has commenced its 2nd high frequency operation to Portugal, adding to its existing services into Lisbon, with the start of 24x-weekly operations to Porto (OPO) from its growing Madrid (MAD) hub. Beginning on October 6th, the service will be operated by a 50-seat Privilege Style (PVG) wet-leased ERJ-145. Competition on the city pair is significant, with Iberia (IBE) offering 22x-weekly operations, (TAP) Portugal 20x-weekly and Ryanair (RYR) 2x-daily.
November 2014: Air Europa (ARE), Spain’s third largest airline after Iberia (IBE) and Vueling (VUZ), added a weekly (Thursdays) domestic service between Asturias (OVD) and Alicante (ALC) on November 6th. Flown by (ARE)’s 186Y-seat 737-800s, the airport pair will face no direct competition. According to Innovata Diio Mi schedules, the route became (ARE)’s 3rd domestic service from the Spanish airport, joining existing operations to Malaga and Tenerife South.
December 2014: Air Europa (ARE) started its second African route on November 27th, with Ouarzazate (OZZ) in Morocco joining its existing flights to Dakar in Senegal. Launched from its Madrid (MAD) hub, the 1,142 km sector will be flown by Privilege Air (PVG)’s (a Spanish wet-lease (ACMI) specialist) 50-seat ERJ-145s. Operated on a 2x-weekly basis (Thursdays and Sundays), there is no direct competition on this city pair. The only other scheduled services at the Moroccan airport this winter are operated by Royal Air Maroc (RAM); to Casablanca and Zagora in Morocco, and a weekly service to Paris Orly.
January 2015: News Item A-1: Air Europa (ARE) has placed a follow on order for 14 Boeing (TBC) 787-9s, valued at $3.6 billion at list prices, taking its total commitment to 22 787-8s and 787-9s.
“The first 787 Dreamliners will start to arrive in 2016. This will allow us to grow both the number of flights and destinations we will operate to by around +50%,” Juan José Hidalgo, President of (ARE) parent company, Globalia, said.
(ARE), which has a hub at Madrid Barajas, serves more than >40 destinations in Europe and the Americas. Throughout its history, (ARE) has operated 737s, 757s and 767s and currently has a combination of 30 737-800s and 787s on order.
News Item A-2: Air Europa (ARE) has appointed (APG) Cyprus as its General Sales Agent (GSA) and will be providing full sales and marketing services as well as call center and ticketing facilities in Cyprus.
February 2015: Air Europa ((IATA) Code: UX, based at Palma de Mallorca Son Sant Joan) (ARE) is set to outsource its Madrid Barajas - Dakar operations to Spanish wet-lease (ACMI) specialist, Privilege Style (PVG), beginning this April.
According to information at hand, beginning April 2, Privilege Style (PVG) will operate a weekly 757-200 on the route, which will then be substituted by a 767-300ER from May 2 until October 24. The 767 will operate the route once weekly until June 2 following which, it will graduate to a twice weekly service.
(PVG) already operates an ERJ-145 for and on behalf of Air Europa (ARE).
April 2015: Air Europa (ARE) has launched scheduled flights between Madrid and Miami with its first Boeing 787 as it prepares to take 22 of the new twinjets. Privately owned (ARE) is bringing in 22 787-8s and 787-9s to completely replace its Airbus A330 long-haul fleet. (ARE) has acquired the 787s through two commitments, one for eight airplanes and a follow-on order for a further 14, which was announced in January.
Juan José Hidalgo, President of Air Europa parent company, Globalia Corporation, previously said the 787 will grow the business by around +50%.
Air Europe (ARE)’s first four 787s will arrive by the end of 2016, doubling to eight airplanes by 2018. “(ARE) will have a total of 22 787 Dreamliners all operational by 2022, completely replacing its long-haul fleet of A330s.”
The first airplane has been deployed on Madrid-Miami, cutting the journey time by -40 minutes. (ARE) currently flies this route 5x-weekly, but will increase frequencies to daily from July.
It has been configured with 252 seats, including 18C in business class and 21PY in Air Europa’s newly introduced premium economy cabin.
(ARE), which has a hub at Madrid Barajas, serves 36 destinations in Europe and the Americas. It is part of the Globalia Corporation and is headquartered in Palma de Majorca.
July 2015: Air Europa ((IATA) Code: UX, based at Palma de Mallorca Son Sant Joan) (ARE) has indeed sourced an ex-Skymark Airlines (SKM) A330-300 for its operational requirements with the lease of (1574, OE-IDI) from (CIT) Aerospace (TCI) through its Austrian wing, Waypoint GmbH. The A330-300, formerly (JA330F), was ferried from storage at Teruel to Palma de Mallorca Son Sant Joan on July 7.
Spanish media reports have indicated the twinjet will be deployed on (ARE)'s North American passenger flights as well as troop movement flights for the Spanish Armed Forces. Additional machines may be delivered as and when demand dictates.
Air Europa (ARE) currently operates 56 airplanes, to 23 countries, to 56 destinations, on 107 routes and 234 daily flights.
August 2015: News Item A-1: Spain’s largest tourism group, Globalia, which includes Spanish carrier Air Europa (ARE), “has plans to go public and trade in the stock markets,” Air Europa (ARE) Director General, Maria Jose Hidalgo said.
News Item A-2: Lufthansa Technik (DLH) (LTK) and Air Europa (ARE) have signed a comprehensive long-term component supply agreement for (ARE)’s future fleet of up to 22 Boeing 787s. The contract starts with the arrival of the first 787 in March 2016. The Total Component Support agreement covers airframe and engine-related component overhaul, engineering services, pooling, and home-base lease. It will be supported by (DLH) (LTK) facilities in Frankfurt and Hamburg.
October 2015: SR Technics (SWS) has secured an order from Air Europa (ARE) Lineas Aéreas to upgrade 12 Airbus A330 cabin interiors.
November 2015: 2 A330-343E (1607, EC-MIN, 1624, EC-MIO), ex-(F-WWCS & F-WWYR), CIT AEROSPACE (TCI) LSD 2015-11.
December 2015: Air Europa (ARE) started flights from its Madrid (MAD) hub to Asuncion (ASU) on December 17. (ARE)’s new Paraguay service marks the return of the direct connection between the Latin American country and Europe. This first service departed the Spanish capital with a 98% LF load factor and will be operated 2x-weekly (Wednesdays and Sundays) by Air Europa (ARE)’s 299Y-seat, A330-200. There is no competition on the 9,185 km sector, and the launch helps to confirm Madrid’s pre-eminence in Europe with regards to Latin American connections.
February 2016: Air Europa (ARE) has added its 13th domestic destination to its Malaga (AGP) operation, with 2x-weekly services being introduced to Valencia (VLC). Started on February 17, the 470 km sector is operated by (ARE)’s 186-seat 737-800s and will face direct competition from Iberia (IBE), which flies the route on a 6x-weekly basis. Flown on Wednesdays and Sundays, the seasonal city pair will be flown until May 8 only.
March 2016: Boeing (TBC) has delivered the first 787-9 to (SMBC) Aviation Capital to be leased to Spanish carrier, Air Europa (ARE).
April 2016: (STG) Aerospace has launched its new ancillary lighting products within its liTeMood product range on Air Europa (ARE) Boeing 737-800s. It has a backlog of customer orders for delivery through April.
May 2016: 737-85P (36591, EC-LTM) sub-leased to Jet2.com (JT2).
October 2016: Air Europa (ARE) and Star (SAL) Alliance member Turkish Airlines (THY) have implemented a code share agreement, effective October 1.
Under the code share agreement, (ARE) has added its UX designator code on Turkish Airlines (THY) flights between Istanbul Ataturk - Madrid Barajas.
(THY) has added its TK code to (ARE) flights from Madrid to Las Palmas, Ibiza, as well as Palma de Mallorca (Spain), including on long-haul services from Madrid to Havana (Cuba), Santo Domingo (Dominican Republic) and Lima (Peru).
(ARE) (CEO) Maria Jose Hidalgo said the agreement “allows both companies to continue its growth and expansion and gives us the opportunity to offer our passengers a wide and varied range of connections with all the advantages and comfort of a code share agreement.”
November 2016: Air Europa (ARE) and Danish regional aircraft lessor Nordic Aviation Capital (NAC) have completed a sale and leaseback on 7 Embraer (EMB) E195s. “The aircraft will be operated by Air Europa (ARE)’s sister company, Aeronova,” (NAC) said.
SkyTeam (STM) member Air Europa (ARE) is part of the Globalia tourism group and carries 9 million passengers annually.
(NAC) has undergone rapid expansion and made several acquisitions since it underwent a change of ownership in summer 2015.
In January, (NAC) announced the acquisition of Air Lease Corporation’s (ALE) fleet of 25 ATRs. In March it detailed plans to buy USA-based Jetscape Aviation Group and in April announced the purchase of Irish Embraer lessor Aldus Aviation. This was followed by an agreement in June to buy 19 Embraer E190s from USA-based Delta Air Lines (ALE) and a further 25 E-Jets from (ALE).
(NAC) was already a market leader in turboprop leasing and the acquisitions gave it a hold in the regional jet market, particularly in Embraer (EMB) leasing.
December 2016: 737-85P (33973, EC-JBK) returned to service. 2 787-8 (36415, EC-MMX; 36416, EC-MMY), deliveries, (ex-#155 & #156 Charleston).
February 2017: 787-8 (36417, EC-MNS), delivery, and departed to Madrid/Barajas hub.
April 2017: Argentina's Cordoba (COR) is one of the newest destinations served by Air Europa (ARE) and it has applied special titles to one of its 737-86Qs (1051-32773, EC-IDA) to commemorate the new service. (ARE) Embraer E195LR (0452, EC-LLR) has been christened Luis Salmon after the 24-year old Spanish Moto2 rider tragically died in a crash at a Catalunya Grand Prix practice session on June 3, 2016. The sticker placed on the aircraft nose shows his name and his number, 39 - see photos.
May 2017: Ryanair (RYR) has struck an agreement to sell Spanish leisure airline Air Europa (ARE)’s flights on Ryanair.com, paving the way for a connecting flight tie-up between the 2 airlines. See photo: Globalia Group (CEO) Javier Hidalgo and Ryanair (CEO) Michael O’Leary.
August 2017: Air Europa (ARE) pilots (FC), represented by the Spanish pilots trade union (SEPLA), have requested layover alternatives on its 3x-weekly Madrid - Caracas services because of safety concerns.
(SEPLA) recommends avoiding overnight crew-stays in Venezuela’s capital of Caracas because of escalating violence.
(ARE) is 1 of the few remaining European carriers that operate to Caracas where the flight crew (FC) stays overnight.
(ARE) uses Airbus A330s on the route.
(SEPLA) said the current situation “puts at risk the security and the physical integrity of the crews (FC) that have to move from the airport to the hotel where they are staying.” For this reason, the labor union is requiring Air Europa (ARE) “to assess the situation and establish measures such as cancellation of flights or other alternatives that guarantee the safety of the crew.”
(SEPLA)’s (ARE) pilots (FC) recommend alternative measures to avoid having to stay overnight in Venezuela, such as transferring to other destinations in the Caribbean, an area where Air Europa (ARE) operates multiple frequencies.
(SEPLA) said these measures have already been adopted by practically all European carriers, such as Iberia (IBE), which takes its crew to Santo Domingo for overnight stops after landing in Caracas.
(ARE) pilots (FC) fear the situation in Venezuela may degenerate into a war-like conflict with airspace closure, which would make it impossible to leave the country in a crisis situation.
On June 5, (IATA) said Venezuela is nearing a point where air links with the rest of the world will be largely cut off, as the country is in “severe” crisis marked by widespread civil unrest.
October 2017: Air Europa (ARE) commenced 3 new services from Gran Canaria (LPA) to Fuerteventura (FUE), Lanzarote (ACE) and Tenerife North (TFN) on October 30. For the week commencing October 31, the 161 km Gran Canaria to Fuerteventura sector will be served by 18x-weekly frequencies, the 208 km Lanzarote route will be served by 20x-weekly flights and the 111 km Gran Canaria - Tenerife North airport pair will be operated 46x-weekly. Each of these short intra-island hops will be flown by (ARE)’s ATR 72s. (ARE) will face direct competition from Binter Canarias (BIC) and Canaryfly on all 3 routes.
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0 737-3M8 (CFM56-3B2) (1717-24376, /89 EC-GGO; 2039-25071, /91 EC-GHD), EX-(TEA), (CIF) & (MUB) LSD; 24376 RTND 2002-11, LST (BRW). 136Y.
0 737-3Q8 (CFM56-3C1) (2623-26301, /94), RTT (ILF), LST (PRR).
0 737-3YO (CFM56-3) (1431-23750 PAINTED "MARTINI," /87 EC-GEQ), EX-(TBL), RTT (BBB) 2001-04, LST (GBN).
0 737-36Q (CFM56-3C1) (2865-28658, /97 EC-GMY; 2883-28660, /97 EC-GNU), (BOU) LSD, WITH PATS AUX FUEL TANKS (28660 LST (CRN) 2000-05). 28660 RTND (BOU) 2001-09. 28658 RTND 2002-02, LST (UKA). 136Y.
0 737-36E (CFM56-3) (2187-25263, EC-FLF), EX-(VIV), RTND (GEF), LST (FRO).
0 737-375 (CFM56-3) (1434-23808, /87 EC-GEU), EX-(TBL), RTT (BBB).
0 737-4K5 (CFM56-3C1) (1839-24769, /90 EC-HXT), EX-(BER), (PEB) LSD 2001-06. RTND 2004-12. 150Y.
0 737-4Q8 (CFM56-3C1) (1996-24706, /91 EI-FXP, 2004-10; 2057-24707, /91 EI-FXQ), EX-(MAS), (ILF) LSD (24706 RF (IBE) 1999-01), 24707 RTND 2004-12. 24706 RTND TO (TIA), LST (ERA) 2005-01. 150Y.
0 737-4Q8 (CFM56-3C1) (2239-26280, /92), EX-(BMA), (TOM) LSD 2000-06. RTND 2004-10. 150Y.
0 737-4Q8 HGW (CFM56-3C1) (2416-26285, /93 EC-GUO), EX-(CVL) (ILF) 4 YR LSD. RTND 2004-12, LST (FUA). 150Y.
0 737-4YO (CFM56-3C1) (1861-24686, /90 EC-FZZ; 2009-24906, /91 EC-GAZ; 2064-24912, /91 EC-GBM; 1963-24692, EC-IRA, (GEF) LSD 2003-08), EX-(MAS), (GUI) LSD. (ATD) MAINT, 1 WET-LST (IBE) 1998-04, 24906; 24912; RTND (GUI), LST (ADH) 2001-12. 150Y.
0 737-46Q (CFM56-3) (2910-28661, /97 EC-GPI), (BOU) LSD. RTND. 150Y.
0 737-683 (CFM56-7B20) (270-28304, /99 SE-DNX "TORVALD VIKING;" 90-28305, /99 EC-IND "ELIZABETH VIKING;" 329-28306, /99 EC-ING), (SAS) WET-LSD 2003-04. 3 RTND 2004-03. 123Y.
18/12 ORDERS 737-800 (CFM56-7B):
1 737-81Q (CFM56-7B27B1) (1007-30785, /01 EC-ICD), (TOM) LSD 2001-12. WINGLETS. 186Y.
26 +8 ORDERS 737-85P (CFM56-7B26) (250-28381, /99 EC-HBL; 256-28322, /99 EC-HBM, SEVERELY DAMAGED IN INCT OCTOBER 2007; 266-28323, /99 EC-HBN; 420-28384, /99 EC-HBO "ILLES BALEARS;" 421-28385, /99 EC-HBP; 426-28386, /99 EC-HBQ; 480-28535, /00 EC-HJP; 522-28387, /00 EC-HJQ; 533-28388, /00 EC-HKQ*; 540-28536, /00 EC-HKR*; 1580-33971, /04 EC-JAP*; 1598-33972, /04 EC-JBJ*; 1606-33973, /04 EC-JBK*; 1610-33974, /04 EC-JBL*; 1716-33975, /05 EC-JHK*; 1740-33976, /05 EC-JHL*; 1878-33977, /06 EC-JNF*; 2245-33980, /07 EC-KBV*; 2269-33981, /07 EC-KCG; 2338-33982, /07 EC-KEO; 35496, EC-LPQ, 2013-06; 36588, EC-LPR, 2013-06; 36589, EC-LQX, 2012-07; 36591, EC-LTM; 36593, EC-LVR, 2013-07; 36594, EC-LXV, 2013-10), 2586-35706, ST (SAS) 2008-04; 2610-35707; ST (SAS) 2008-05. 2653-35708, ST (SAS) 2008-06. (CIF) LSD. 35485; 35486 ST (ELA) 2009-04. 35487; ST (ELA) 2009-06. 28384; TO (ORB) 2011-10. 36591 SUB-LST (JT2) 2016-05. 33974; PAINTED INTO TUI AIRLINES BELGIUM COLORS 2017-05. *WITH WINGLETS. 12C, 174Y.
0 737-86N (CFM56-7B27B1) (1083-29883, G-XLAF), (SBE) WET-LSD TIL 2003-04. 186Y.
1 737-86N (CFM56-7B26) (1709-32659, /05 EC-JEX), ITOCHU LSD. 186Y.
1 737-86N (CFM56-7B26) (1817-34251, /05 EC-JKZ), (GEF) LSD. 186Y.
6 737-86Q (CFM56-7B27B1) (920-30276, /01 EC-HZS; 1051-32773, /02 EC-IDA; 1076-30281, /02 EC-HDT; 1233-30284, /02 EC-III; 1406-30290, /03 EC-ISE; 1435-30291, /04 EC-ISN - SEE PHOTO), (CGP) LSD. WINGLETS. 12C, 174Y.
3 737-883 (CFM56-7B26) (625-28323, /04 EC-IVV; 666-30194, /04 EC-IYI; 634-30467, /04 EC-IXO; 668-30468, /04 EC-IXE), (SAS) LSD. 28323 RTND 2010-07. 179Y.
1 757-200, (PVG) WET-LSD JULY 1 - SEPTEMBER 30, 2012.
0 757-236 (RB211-535E4) (34-22185, /84 EC-FEE, (AXP) LSD; 57-23227, /86 EC-GBX, (PSS) LSD; 187-24122, /88, EC-FFK (TOM) LSD; 358-25053, /91, (TCI) LSD, 4 EX-(INT); 441-25597, /92, (AXP) LSD, EX-(LTE)), EX-(BAB), 25053, EC-FEE, WET-LST (IBE) 1/99 (22185 RTT (GRB) & 23227 RTT (PSS) 2000-07). 3 (ETOPS) EQ'PD, ALL WET-LST (IBE) FROM 1998-04. 22185 RTT (PSS), LST (AVI) 2001-06, 24122 RTT (IEM) 2002-04. 25053 RTT (TCI) 2002-11. 25597 RTND 2002-12, LST (CEB). 25053 LST (HMY) 2003-07. 200Y.
0 767-204ER (CF6-80A2) (107-23072, /85 EC-GOJ), EX-(BRI)/(ANZ), (HEF) 4 YR LSD, RTND 2001-07, (ETOPS), 253Y.
0 767-204ER (CF6-80A2) (256-24457, /89 EC-GHM), EX-(BRI), (GEF) LSD, WET-LST (IBE) FROM 1998-04. RTND (GEH) 2000-12, LST (AID) 2001-06. 273 PAX.
0 767-328ER (586-27428, EC-JJJ), (RBA) WET-LSD 2005-05. RTND.
0 767-3Q8ER (CF6-80C2B7F) (793-27686, /00 EC-HKS; 828-30048, /01 EC-HPU; 840-29387, /01 EC-HSV;), (ILF) 7 YR LSD. 30041 WET-LST (LAV) 2001-11. 27686; RTND. 29387; TO (TRX) 2012-04. 18C, 245Y.
0 767-3YOER (CF6-80C2) (487-26206, /93; 503-26207, /93), EX-(AAR), (GEH) LSD, WET-LST (IBE), (ETOPS). STORED MADRID 2001-11, RTND (GEF) 2001-12. 18C, 253Y.
1 767-300ER (27902, EC-LOZ), (PVG) LSD 2014-04.
1 767-33AER (CF6-80C2) (545-27310, /94 EC-IQA), (AWW) LSD 2003-07. 18C, 245Y.
7 +1/8 ORDERS 787-8 DREAMLINER (TRENT 1000) (36415, /16 EC-MMX; 36416, /16 EC-MMY; 36417, EC-MNS, 2017-02), EX-#155 & #156 CHARLESTON. 250 PAX.
1 +13 ORDERS 787-9 DREAMLINER (TRENT 1000), (SMBC) AVIATION CAPITAL LSD 2016-03.
10 A330-202 (CF6-80E1A4B) (733, /06 EC-JPF*; 745, /06 EC-JQG "ESTEPONA - COSTA DEL SOL" #; 749, /06 EC-JQQ #; 814, /07 EC-JZL "DAVID BISBAL" *; 931, /08 EC-KOM +; 950, /08 EC-KTGT +), 745; WET-LST (SNG) FOR HAJJ FLTS 2012-10. *(ILF) LSD; # (GEF) LSD; + (TCI) LSD. 299Y.
1 A330-243 (461, EC-LKE), ORBEST LSD 2010-12. 551, EC-LNH PAINTED IN WAMOS AIR (PPL) COLORS TO MADRID 2017-06. 597, EC-LMN RTND AERCAP (DEA) AFTER LEASE 2017-06..
1 A330-343 (TRENT 772B-60) (1574, OE-IDI), EX-SKYMARK (SKM), EX-(JA330F) 2015-07. 271 PAX.
2 A330-343E (TRENT 772B-60) (1607, EC-MIN, 1624, EC-MIO), EX-(F-WWCS & F-WWYR), CIT AEROSPACE (TCI) LSD 2015-11.
1 A330-343X (TRENT 772B-60) (670, EC-LXA), EX-(OL-ICB), CIT AEROSPACE (TCI) LSD 2013-06. 271 PAX.
1 A340-211 (031, EC-JGU), 2005-04. WET-LST CONVIASA (CVS) 2006-05.
10/2 ORDERS A350-800 (GEnx-1A), 253 PAX, 2 CLASS:
3 ORDERS A350-800 (GEnx-1A), (GTEF) LSD. 253 PAX, 2 CLASS:
0 B AE ATP (2007; 2010; 2011; 2012; 2024; 2038; 2039), OPS FOR AIR EUROPA EXPRESS. +2 ORDERS. REPLACE 17 WITH ATR72 BY END OF 2001.
20 ORDERS ATR 72-500 TO REPLACE ATP'S:
1 ATR 72-200, HELITT LINEAS AEREAS LSD 2012-10.
1 ATR 72-202 (192, EC-LSN), EX-(PR-AZZ), (SWF) WET-LSD 2014-06.
1 EMBRAER ERJ-145 (230, EC-KSS), (PVG) WET-LSD JULY 1 TO SEPTEMBER 30, 2012 - - SEE ATTACHED - - "ARE-ERJ-145MP - 2012-09."
7 ORDERS EMRAER E195 NORDIC AVIATION CAPITAL (NAC) LSD OPS BY SISTER COMPANY AERONOVA:
8 EMBRAER E195LR (00196, /08 EC-KRJ - - SEE PHOTO - - "ARE-EMB-195-2009-01;" 00244, EC-KXD, 2009-03; 00276, EC-KYO, 2009-04; 00281, EC-KYP, 2009-04; 00303, EC-LCQ, 2010-03; 00344, EC-LEK, 2010-03; 0357, EC-LFZ, 2010-06; 0401, EC-LIM; 0452, EC-LLR "LUIS SALMON" 2017-04), GLOBALIA LSD. 122Y.
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JAVIER HIDALGO, CHIEF EXECUTIVE (CEO) THE GLOBALIA GROUP.
JUAN JOSE HIDALGO ACERA, PRESIDENT (GLOBALIA HOLDINGS-OWNER) & CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER (CEO).
MS MARIA JOSE HIDALGO, DIRECTOR GENERAL.
JUAN SAEZ, GENERAL MANAGER.
ANTONIO MOTA, GENERAL MANAGER DOMINICAN REPUBLIC (1998-02).
ANGELO CORTESE, FINANCE DIRECTOR.
CAPTAIN JOSE GUARDIOLA, DIRECTOR FLIGHT OPERATIONS (firstname.lastname@example.org) (PMIODUX).
CAPTAIN PEDRO JUEZ, CHIEF PILOT 737.
CAPTAIN GONZALO LOPEZ, CHIEF PILOT 757/767.
ALBERTO LINES, MAINTENANCE & ENGINEERING DIRECTOR,
(email@example.com) (PMIMMUX) (1998-02).
ANGEL MUNOZ, INFO SYSTEMS DIRECTOR.
VICTOR BANARES, MARKETING DIRECTOR.
CARLOS GARCIA, HANDLING DIRECTOR.
ENRIQUE MARTIN-AMBROSIO, SPACE CONTROL DIRECTOR.
JOSE SALAZAR, FLIGHT SAFETY MANAGER (PMIJBUX).
MANUEL HIDALGO, MAINTENANCE MANAGER.
BARTOLOME QUETGLAS, ENGINEERING MANAGER (2000-06).
OSCAR PACHECO, RELIABILITY MANAGER & PRODUCTION CONTROL.
BILL RAMOS, TECHNICAL SERVICES MANAGER (PLANNING).
TOMEU SERRA, MAINTENANCE PLANNING MANAGER.
JOSE MARIA SIMONET, COMMUNICATION/DISTRIBUTION