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Established and started operations in 2002. Domestic and regional, scheduled & charter, passengers & cargo, jet airplane services.
Florya Cad Cavizili Sok No 7
Senlikkoy 34153 Istanbul, Turkey
Senlikkoy Cevizli Sok
Ugur ld Merkezi No 7
TURKEY: ONCE THE CENTER OF THE OTTOMAN EMPIRE, TURKEY WAS FOUNDED IN 1923 AS A SECULAR STATE WHOSE POPULATION IS OVERWHELMINGLY MUSLIM THOUGH NOT ARAB. A LONG-STANDING MEMBER OF NATO AND A CANDIDATE FOR MEMBERSHIP IN THE EUROPEAN UNION (EU), TURKEY HAS LOOKED TO THE WEST AS A MODEL. EXCEPT FOR BITTER WATER DISPUTES WITH SYRIA AND IRAQ, TURKEY HAS USUALLY MANAGED TO SIDESTEP REGIONAL POLITICS. WITH A DEVELOPED ECONOMY BUT LITTLE OIL, IT RELIES ON A VAST NETWORK OF MEGA DAMS FOR HYDROELECTRIC POWER AND IRRIGATION.
Turkey (the Republic of Turkey) was established in 1923, which includes Northern Cyprus (the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus - figures follow), it covers an area of 779,452 sq km, its population is 66 million, its capital is Ankara, and its official language is Turkish.
Northern Cyprus (the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus) covers an area of 3,355 sq km, its population is 0.2 million, its capital is Nicosia, and its official language is Turkish.
May 2003: Fly Air (FLM) is launched on the back of charter carrier, Air Anatolya (TOI).
757-27BER (RB211-535E4) (169-24136, /88 TC-FLC), wet-leased to Sudan (SUD). 1 A300B2K-3C (163) & 2 A300B4-2C's (110; 194), ex-Japan Air System (JAS).
July 2003: Destinations include Ankara, Adana, Dalaman, Bodrum, Izmire, Trabzon, and Diyarbakir.
August 2003: 757-256 (TC-FLD), ex-National (NAB), wet-leased to Sudan Airways (SUD). A300B4-120 (JT9D-59A) (079, /79 TC-OYC "HAKAN"), bought from Bosphorus (BSX).
September 2003: Starts scheduled domestic service with Istanbul - Antalya/Trabzon. Plans to add flights to 11 domestic points.
October 2003: Charters from Istanbul to Erevan on behalf of Tower Travel (2/week).
737-3Q8 (24300) (IAI) II leased.
January 2004: A300B4-2C (110) wet-leased to Sudan Airways (SUD).
February 2004: 737-4Q8 (CFM56-3) (1635-24069, TC-FLI), (IAI) leased. 757-256 (26244) returned to Sunrock (SNR).
April 2004: A300B2K-3C (CF6-50C2R) (082, TC-FLJ), bought from Air Hawk.
June 2004: Istanbul - Antalya, Bodrum, Izmir.
A300B4-2C (151) bought from Japan Airlines Domestic (JAS).
October 2004: 3 MD-83's (53149, TC-FLN; 53150, TC-FLO; 49569), ex-Swiss (CSR) deliveries. A300B2K-3C (176, TC-FLM), bought from Japan Airlines Domestic (JAS).
November 2004: Istanbul - Amsterdam (3/week for Corendon (CDN). In March 2005, Istanbul - Brussels (3/week, operates for Corendon (CDN).
1 737-8CX (32631, TC-IEA), Inter Airlines (IAW) wet-leased.
May 2005: 757-27BER (24136) & 757-236ER (24122) returned to lessor, and leased to Channel Express (CEX) for Jet2 (JT2) operations.
September 2005: 2 MD-83's (53149; 53150 (see photo)), wet-leased to MagicBlue Airlines (MJB) for flights between Blackpool and Amsterdam.
December 2005: Fly Air (FLM) announced it is preparing to operate service from Turkey to Erbil and Suleymaniyah in Northern Iraq. Twice a week flights are expected to begin as soon as possible.
November 2007: Dutch Transport and Water Management Inspectorate levied a €30,000/$43,740 penalty on (TAP) Portugal, and a €15,000 fine on Pegasus Airlines (pgs) for repeated abuse of the legally set special noise regime, during the night and early morning period at Amsterdam Schiphol (AMS). Compliance with the relevant environmental standards at (AMS) has been tightened since July, following an agreement between Airport Coordination Netherlands, the Dutch slot coordinator, and the Inspectorate of the Ministry of Transport and Public Works. In September, the (IVW) imposed a €30,000 penalty on Fly Air (FLM), and €15,000 penalties on Alitalia (ALI), Delta Air Lines (DAL), Corendon Airlines, and Air Cairo (AOX). In July, Clickair (CLK) received administrative fines of €60,000 and €15,000, and Atlas Air (TLS) one penalty of €15,000.
December 2008: Fly Air (FLM) operates regional, scheduled jet airplane services and holiday charters in co-operation with the Trabzon-based Peksen Group.
(IATA) Code: F2. (ICAO) Code: FLM (Callsign - FLY WORLD).
Main Base: Istanbul Ataturk International airport (IST).
Domestic, scheduled services: Adana; Ankara; Antalya; Bodrum; Istanbul; Izmir; & Trabzon.
International, scheduled destinations: Amsterdam; Brussels; Eindhoven; & Zurich.
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1 737-3Q8 (CFM56-3) (1666-24300, /89 TC-FLH), (IAI) LSD 2003-10. WET-LST (CDN). 148Y.
0 737-4Q8 (CFM56-3) (1635-24069, /88 LI), (IAI) LSD 2004-02. REPOSSESSED BY JETSCAPE AVIATION GROUP, LST (DHI) 2005-05. 170Y.
0 737-8CX (CFM56-7B26) (1098-32361, /02 TC-IEA (BERKE"), (IAW) WET-LSD 2004-11. RTND 2004-12. 189Y.
0 757-27BER (RB211-535E4) (169-24136, /88 TC-FLC), IEMA LSD, WET-LST (SUD) 2003-05. RTND, LST (CEX)/(JT2). 219Y.
0 757-236ER (RB211-535E4) (187-24122, /88 TC-ANM), IEMA LSD. RTND, LST (CEX)/(JT2) 219Y.
0 757-256 (RB211-535E4) (616-26244, TC-FLD), EX-(NAB), WET-LST (SUD) 2003-08. RTND (SNR). 219Y.
3 MD-83 (JT8D-219) (1070-49119, /82 YR-MDM; 1817-53149, /91 TC-FLN; 1831-53150, /91 TC-FLO; 1405-49569, /91 TC-), EX-(CSR) 2004-10. 53149; 53150 (SEE PHOTO); WET-LST MAGICBLUE (MJB) 2005-09. 162Y.
1 A300B2K-3C (CF6-50C2R) (082, /80 TC-FLJ), BF AIR HAWK 2004-04. LST (SVA) 2005-01. 298Y.
2 A300B2K-3C (CF6-50C2R) (163, /81 TC-FLE, 2004-05; 176, TC-FLM, 2004-10), EX-(JAS). 298Y.
2 A300B4-2C (CF6-50C2R) (110, /80 TC-FLG; 194, /82 TC-FLF), EX-(JAS) 2003-05. 110 WET-LST (SUD) 2004-01. 110 RF (SUD) 2004-07. 194 (SVA) LST (SVA) 2005-01. 298Y.
1 A300B4-2C (CF6-50C2R) (151, /81 TC-FLK) EX-(JAS) 2004-06. LST (SVA) FOR HADJ 2005-01. 298Y.
1 A300B4-120 (JT9D-59A) (079, /79 TC-OYC "HAKAN"), BF (BSX) 2003-08. WET-LST (SUD) 2003-10. 289Y.
2 A300B4-203 (CF6-50C2) (046, /77 TC-ANI; 127, /80 TC-FLA), (GEF) LSD. 127 WET-LST (SUD). 310Y.
1 A300B4-2C (SCD) (CF6-50C2R) (256, /83 TC-FLL), BF (JAS) 2004-06. LST (SVA) 2005-01 FOR HADJ. 298Y.
1 EMBRAER ERJ-145EP (155, TC-FLR), EMBRAER ASSET MANAGEMENT LSD 2005-06. (FLM) "ELITE" OPS.
MEHMET HASANCEBI, CHAIRMAN.
SADAN SAT, CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER (CEO).
AHMET KARAMAN, GENERAL MANAGER.