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Formed and started operations in 2011. Subsidiary of Air Mediterranee (AMV). Charter, regional & international, passenger & cargo, jet airplane services.
2 Deligianni Street 17456
Alimos, Athens, Greece
GREECE (HELLENIC REPUBLIC) WAS ESTABLISHED IN 1822, COVERS AN AREA OF 131,957 SQ KM, ITS POPULATION IS 11 MILLION, ITS CAPITAL CITY IS ATHENS, AND ITS OFFICIAL LANGUAGE IS GREEK.
May 2014: Hermes Airlines (HRM) is a charter airline operating flights for parent, Air Mediterranee (AMV) as well as flights under its own callsign to destinations in Europe and North Africa.
(IATA) Code: H3. (ICAO) Code: HRM - (Callsign - HERMES).
Parent/Shareholders: Air Mediterranee (AMV).
Travel Service Airlines ((IATA) Code: QS, based at Prague) (TVS) has leased an A320-211 (293, SX-BHV) from Greek operator, Hermes Airlines ((IATA) Code: H3, based at Athens International) (HRM), for the duration of its summer high season. The A320 was ferried from Ljubljana to Prague on May 16.
August 2014: Iraqi Airways ((IATA) Code: IA, Baghdad) (IRQ) has wet-leased a Hermes Airlines ((IATA) Code: H3, based at Athens International) (HRM) A320-200 (879, SX-BDS) from (UAE)-based lessor Aerovista (AEV) for use on flights to Europe. The agreement is effective immediately.
(IRQ), the Iraqi national carrier, was this month banned from using its own airplanes on flights to the European Union (EU), as well as Switzerland, Iceland, Norway and Liechtenstein, after it failed to secure a Third Country Operators certificate (TCO) from the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA).
(EASA) said pre-(TCO) inspections had raised a number of concerns about the safety culture in place at both the airline and the Iraqi Civil Aviation Authority.
Iraqi Airways (IRQ) serves Berlin Tegel, Copenhagen Kastrup, Dusseldorf, Frankfurt International, Gothenburg Landvetter, London Gatwick, Malmö, Manchester International and Stockholm Arlanda in Europe.
May 2015: 737-33R (28873, SX-BDU), ex-(4L-AJC), and 737-37Q (28537, SX-BDW), sub leased to Air Moldova (MOL).
February 2016: "French (LCC) Air Méditerranée (AMV) Goes Into Liquidation" by (ATW) Alan Dron, February 16, 2016,
French low-cost carrier (LCC) Air Méditerranée (AMV) has gone into liquidation, after no new buyers materialized to save it.
(AMV), based at Tarbes-Lourdes-Pyrénées Airport in southwest France, was placed in administration in January 2015 after several years of financial losses, in the hope that a purchaser would emerge.
Tarbes Commercial Court set a deadline of February 15 for potential buyers to lodge bids, but none appeared. It is understood there were two possible buyers, a French investment company and an Algerian businessman, but neither came forward with an offer.
A short message on the airline’s website said the carrier had been placed in liquidation and that that refunds to passengers for future flights would be made as soon as possible. “Thank you for your trust,” it concluded.
According to French media reports, the President of the Commercial Court, Jean Baseilhac, said everything possible had been done to extend the deadline for bids and that it was “very unfortunate” that none had been received.
Air Méditeranée (AMV) began operations in 1997 and operated a small fleet of Airbus A321s and Boeing 737-500s on charter and scheduled routes from Paris Charles De Gaulle and several southern French airports to Mediterranean and West African destinations.
According to the French media, it had suffered both from the growth of (LCC)s and the Arab Spring unrest, which reduced tourist flows to several of its North African destinations.
A Greek-registered subsidiary carrier, Hermes Airlines (HRM), is reportedly unaffected by the failure of the parent company.