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HIM-FLIGHT CREW CABIN ATTENDANTS
Formed in 2006 and started operations in 2007. International, charter, passenger & cargo jet airplane services.
102 Vouliagmenis Ave
16777 Hellinikon, Athens, Greece
GREECE (HELLENIC REPUBLIC) WAS ESTABLISHED IN 1822, COVERS AN AREA OF 131,957 SQ KM, ITS POPULATION IS 10.5 MILLION, ITS CAPITAL CITY IS ATHENS, AND ITS OFFICIAL LANGUAGE IS GREEK.
Hellenic Imperial Airways (HIM) was established in Greece after its parent company Air Universal (UVL) of Jordan was included on the list of carriers banned from operating into the European Union (EU), whose "blacklist" was published in March 2006. (HIM) obtained its Air Operator's Certificate (AOC) in November 2006.
September 2008: Hellenic Imperial Airways (HIM) is a charter carrier operating passenger and cargo jet airplane flights worldwide. Also provides wet-lease (ACMI) services.
(IATA) Code: HT. (ICAO) Code: IMP (Callsign - IMPERIAL)
Parent organization/shareholders: Air Universal (UVL) (100%).
Main Base: Athens Eleftherios Venizelos International Airport (ATH).
July 2009: Starts weekly scheduled service, Athens - Birmingham, UK using a 747-200, with onward connections to Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. Might increase frequency subject to passenger demand.
June 2011: Hellenic Imperial Airways (HIM) launched weekly, Athens - New York (JFK) service.
January 2012: Hellenic Imperial Airways (HIM) has never taken delivery of the ex-Gulf Air (GUL) A321-200s and A340-300s it was supposed to get and has again given up all of its scheduled services from Athens to Johannesburg, London Gatwick and New York (JFK) after several weeks of operations with its 747-200 fleet. It currently operates two 747-200s on behalf of (PIA) - Pakistan International Airlines on Hajj charters.
July 2012: 747-281B (23501, SX-TIC), ferried Jeddah - Athens after storage.
March 2013: Air Onix (ONX), which began operation in April 2012 with the launch of twice-daily services from Simferopol in the Crimea to Kiev Zhulyany (IEV), commenced its first international route from the Kiev airport on 1 March. Bratislava (BTS), the capital of neighboring Slovakia, is now offered with four-weekly frequencies using 737-500s. Hellenic Imperial Airways (HIM) previously operated the transborder route with twice-weekly flights until September 2007.