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Name: HI FLY
7JetSet7 Code: LXA
Status: Operational
Region: EUROPE
City: LISBON
Country: PORTUGAL
Employees 100
Web: hifly.aero
Email: sales@hifly.aero
Telephone: +351 21 00467 00
Fax: +351 21 00467 01
Sita: LISLXCR
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LXA-2004-09 - AIR LUXOR
LXA-2004-11 AIR LUXOR HQ
LXA-2005-10-HI FLY
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FORMED AND STARTED OPERATIONS IN 1988. STARTED OPERATIONS AS AN EXECUTIVE JET CHARTER OPERATOR WITH ITS BUSINESS JET FLEET, AND ALSO, AS A JOINT VENTURE WITH NETJETS EUROPE (NEU). FORMERLY NAMED "AIR LUXOR." NOW, ITS FULL NAME IS "HI FLY TRANSPORTES AEREOS." DOMESTIC & INTERNATIONAL, CHARTER, PASSENGER & CARGO, JET AIRPLANE SERVICES. ALSO SPECIALIZES IN WET-LEASE (ACMI) OF JET AIRPLANES.

ADDRESS:
RUA DO BORJA 6, 1350-047
P-1050-190 LISBON, PORTUGAL

PORTUGAL (PORTUGESE REPUBLIC) WAS ESTABLISHED IN 1143, IT COVERS AN AREA OF 92,389 SQ KM, ITS POPULATION IS 10.6 MILLION, ITS CAPITAL CITY IS LISBON, AND ITS OFFICIAL LANGUAGE IS PORTUGESE.

SEPTEMBER 1999: 1 A320 (395), EX-TAP AIR PORTUGAL, GATX (GAX) LEASED IN MARCH 2000. +3 ORDERS (JUNE 2000). 1 ORDER (NOVEMBER 1999) L-1011-500 (1248), EX-NOVAIR (NOO).

MARCH 2000: 1 L-1011-500 (1241), EX-NOVAIR (NOO) (RB211-524B4-02).

APRIL 2000: 150 EMPLOYEES (INCLUDING 22 FLIGHT CREW (FC), 85 CABIN ATTENDANTS (CA), & 13 MAINTENANCE TECHNICIANS (MT)).

(http://www.airluxor.com). (airluxor@airluxor.com).

SITA: LISLXCR. HUBS: MACAU, SAL, AND PARIS LE BOURGET.

NOVEMBER 2000: PLANS TO OPEN A FIXED BASE OPERATION (FBO) IN SPAIN CALLED "AIR LUXOR ESPANA" BASED AT MADRID'S TORREJON AIRPORT.

JANUARY 2001: A320-212 (CS-TNE) HAS WHITE FUSELAGE WITH BLUE TAIL.

MARCH 2001: 1 A320-200 (191), BAVARIA (BAV) LEASED.

APRIL 2001: 150 EMPLOYEES (INCLUDING 22 FLIGHT CREW (FC), 85 CABIN ATTENDANTS (CA), & 13 MAINTENANCE TECHNICIANS (MT)).

HUBS AT NACAU, SAL, AND PARIS LE BOURGET. TO FUNCHAL (11/WEEK).

1 ORDER (NOVEMBER 2001) A330-200 (PW4000) (441), GATX LEASED.

JUNE 2001: CREATES NETJETS TRANSPORTES AEREOS, A 51% OWNED BIZ-JET CHARTER SUBSIDIARY, WITH THE REMAINING 49% OWNED BY EXECUTIVE JET AVIATION (EXF). THE NEW COMPANY WILL ASSUME THE OPERATIONS OF NETJETS EUROPE (NEU) IN MARCH 2002.

1 767-2B1 (26471), (LAM) MOZAMBIQUE LEASED UNTIL NOVEMBER 2001.

DECEMBER 2001: 1 A330-200 (CS-TMT) NOT TAKEN.

JANUARY 2002: THE GOVERNMENT REJECTS AIR LUXOR (LXA) APPLICATION FOR ROUTES TO THE AZORES. PLANS TO APPEAL TO EUROPEAN COMMISSION (EC).

1 A320-214 (1667, CS-TMW) DELIVERY.

MARCH 2002: 2 A320-200'S (1439; 1450), EX-SABENA (SAB) SALE (SIL) LEASED.

APRIL 2002: SITA: LISHQLK.

MAIN BASE: LISBON AIRPORT (LIS).

HUBS: MACAU INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT (MFM); PARIS LE BOURGET AIRPORT (LBG); & SAL AIRPORT (SID).

1 ORDER (JUNE 2002) A330-200 (SE-RBF), NOVAIR (NOO) WET-LEASED UNTIL OCTOBER 2002. 1 ORDER (MAY 2002) A320 (CS-TNE), (NOO) WET-LEASED 1 YEAR BASED AT COPENHAGEN.

June 20002: Operates L-1011, Ihla do Sal - New York (JFK) (weekly) for TACV (TCV).

July 2002: 1 A319-112 (1494, CS-TQC), SALE (SIL) leased.

August 2002: Plans to retire its L-1011's in 1st Quarter 2003.

November 2002: 1 A330-300 (PW4168), ex-Sabena (SAB), (ILF) 3 year leased.

December 2002: Lisbon - Sao Tome (A320, 2/week).

February 2003: Code share with Portugalia, Lisbon - Dublin (A320, 2/week).

1 L-1011-500 (CS-TMP) wet-leased to UK Royal Air Force (RAF) for service to the Falkland Islands.

April 2003: In May 2003, code share with Virgin Express (EBA), Lisbon - Brussels, and Faro - Brussels. Air Luxor (LXA) will buy capacity on (EBA)'s 737-400, 164Y airplanes.

1 A320-200 (CFM56) (870), ex-Swiss (CSR), Showa leased.

May 2003: A320-212 (221, CS-TQE), MyTravel Denmark (PRH) wet-leased.

June 2003: Lisbon - Bissau (2/week).

July 2003: 500 employees.

Lisbon - Antigua (A330, weekly charter) for Air Luxor Tours. Code share with Virgin Express (EBA), Brussels - Lisbon and Brussels - Faro.

Returns its L-1011's to service after major maintenance checks at Gamco (GUL) in Abu Dhabi.

September 2003: In October 2003, to introduce an Air Luxor Lite, low-fare service from Lisbon and Porto to Dublin, London Gatwick (7/week), Madrid (5/week), and Paris.

A321-231 (1926, B-MAQ), returned to Air Macau (MCU).

October 2003: Code share with Air Europa (ARE), Lisbon/Porto - Madrid.

November 2003: Intends to launch an Initial Public Offering (IPO) for the 1st Quarter 2004. Owner, the Mirpuri family, intends to retain a 40% stake.

January 2004: Sold 2 L-1011-500's (1241; 1248) to Luzair (LUZ).

March 2004: To add charters to Barbados in summer.

Sabena Technics (SAB) 5-year contract with Air Luxor (LXA) for components and heavy maintenance (for 1 year) for 5 A320's and components & heavy maintenance for 1 A330.

May 2004: 2 A320-211's (022, CS-TQG; 023, CS-TQH), Ansett Worldwide (AWW) leased for low-fare subsidiary, Air Luxor Lite operations.

June 2004: 2 A320-214's (1439, CS-TQA; 1450, CS-TQB), wet-leased to Air One (ADH).

September 2004: Paris - Kabul (A330-300, weekly charter), for Swiss Skies.

November 2004: Selects Lufthansa (DLH) Systems' CusLink solution to enable AirLuxor (LXA) to file and amend airway bills, communicate flight departures and store and view shipment details electronically.

Is seeking a separate Airplane Operator's Certificate (AOC) for its Corporate Jets division as it embarks on a bid to quadruple its A319 Corporate Jetliner managed fleet in the next year. Its business aviation division is under the name Masterjet, which has been given autonomy following internal restructuring within the Mirpuri Holdings group. Marianela Mirpuri, CEO, Masterjet stated "the aim is to acquire a unique (AOC) this year to expand operations of A319 ACJ's across Europe and the Middle East. Corporate jets were considered as a secondary business only accounting for 10% of revenues, so we decided to spin off Masterjet to concentrate on business aviation." Masterjet will announce a new facility in Jeddah, which it plans to follow with similar sites in Riyadh, and Dubai. Mirpuri Holdings, meanwhile, plans to complete its African Fixed-Base Operations (FBO) and ground handling portfolio with the addition of Mozammbican & Angolan facilities next year, in addition to sites in Cape Verde, Sao Tome & Principe, and Guinea Bissau.

January 2005: Air Luxor (LXA) and Linhas Aereas de Mozambique (LAM) signed an agreement to launch (in April 2005) joint operations, Lisbon - Maputo (A330, 2 class, weekly). This is part of (LXA) 's strategy to operate to Portugese speaking countries in a joint venture regime.

Apart from Mozambique, (LXA) also operates to Sao Tome, Bissau, Cape Vert and several destinations in Brazil.

April 2005: 400 employees.

October 2005: Air Luxor (LXA) will re-brand its airline to "HiFly" (LXA). The airline expects to complete the change within 12 months. The new name will come with a new livery and plans are to increase the fleet from the 2007 summer season.

Re-branding Air Luxor (LXA) as "Hi Fly" starts in late 2006 with the airline's charter operation adopting the name. The airline operates regular and seasonal flights to more than forty destinations worldwide, including Europe, the Caribbean, Brazil and Africa. The first Hi Fly airplane to carry the new name and brand image will be an A330, which will enter a Lufthansa Technik (DLH) (LTK) hangar later this year. The re-branding follows a strategic review of all of the Mirpuri Group's aviation and tourism-related brands and activities. The restructuring was initiated September 2004 with the creation of the MasterJet brand for its executive aviation company. The second phase encompasses the re-branding and reorganization of the group's largest division, scheduled and charter flights operations. The third phase involves re-branding of the tour operator to Hi Fly Holidays. During the fourth phase, the group will integrate its handling businesses under a new brand. Presently, the privately held Portuguese group has a handling business in Funchal under the brand name Triam; in Bissau with the brand name SGAB, and at Lisbon and Cabo Verde airports under the name of Air Luxor (LXA). "The objective of this new strategy is to reinforce the brand name "Hi Fly" as the Portuguese private aviation industry leader in areas such as volume of business, number of passengers and profitability," the Mirpuri Group explained in a statement. "It also corresponds to the development of a new phase of growth that pursues to distance the brand name Hi Fly from two other aviation companies operating in Europe with similar names." Often, Air Luxor (LXA) was confused with the Egyptian carrier Luxor Air (LXR).

May 2006: The plan of charter carrier and lessor EuroAtlantic Airways (MAE) to acquire local Portugese charter airline Hi Fly (LXA) has stalled. The deal is being held up by a pending court action brought by SALE (SIL) against HiFly (LXA) for an alleged non-payment of a $6.1 million debt. A decision by the court is expected within a month.

July 2006: Air Luxor (LXA) of Portugal was sold by its parent Mirpuri Group to Longstock Financial Group. Value of the sale was not announced. (LXA) and its associated companies had revenues of €150 million/$192 million in 2005. It operates two A320s from Lisbon to Cape Verde, Guinea Bissau and Sao Tome and Principe.

September 2006: HiFly (LXA) operates transatlantic passenger charter flights from Lisbon and seasonal European flights, together with on-demand cargo flights. Has a business aviation and air ambulance division. It specializes in the worldwide wet-lease of airplanes. It gave up scheduled routes in May 2006.

(IATA) Code: 5K - 102. (ICAO) Code: HFY - (Callsign: SKY FLYER.

Owns: Air Luxor STP (Sao Tome & Principe) which operates under:

(IATA) Code: C2. (ICAO) Code: ALU - LUXORJET.

Parent organization/shareholders: Mirpuri Holdings (100%).

Alliances: Air Europa (ARE); Linhas Aereas de Mocambique (LAM); & Portugalia Airlines.

Main Base: Lisbon Portela Airport (LIS).

Domestic Destinations: Funchal; Lisbon; & Porto.

International Destination: Paris; & Praia.

March 2008: NetJets Europe (NEU) is a joint venture between NetJets (EXF), Air Luxor (rebranded as "HiFly" (LXA) in October 2005), and Zimex Aviation and is operated by NTA - NetJets Transportes Aereos.

August 2008: A310-304 (565, CS-TEX), wet-leased to Oman Air (OMN), ex-(F-WWCC).

October 2008: 1 order (February 2009) A330-200 (1009), (ILF) leased.

November 2008: A320-232 (CS-TFY), ex-JetBlue Airways (JBL), ex-(N548JB) delivery.

December 2008: A340-542 (910, CS-TFW), wet-leased to Arik Air (AKI).

April 2009: A330-243 (1008, CS-TFZ), (ILF) leased.

September4 2009: A340-313X (117, CS-TQM), delivery, ex-Etihad Airways (EHD), ex-(A6-EYC).

October 2009: The Belgian Air Force (BLG) has 4 year leased an A330-300 (096, CS-TMT) from HiFly (LXA) to replace two former Sabena (SAB) A310-200s that have served with the 21st Squadron for over >11 years.

November 2009: Arik Air (AKI) will launch thrice-weekly, Lagos - New York (JFK) service on November 29 aboard an A340-542 providing the only direct flight on this route. The flight will be operated by (AKI)'s partner, HiFly Transportes Aereos (LXA) and will be its third long haul route following daily flights to London and Johannesburg.

SEE ATTACHED - - "LXA-AD-2009-11."

February 2010: HiFly (LXA) has not taken delivery of the third A340-500 it was planning to lease and operate on behalf of Arik Air (AKI). It had temporarily wet-leased its single A330-200 to Garuda Indonesia (GIA) for the Hajj season. It will reportedly wet-lease one of its A310-300s to Palau based start-up carrier Pacific Flier.

June 2010: HiFly (LXA) operates transatlantic passenger charter flights from Lisbon and seasonal European flights, together with on-demand cargo flights. Has a business aviation and air ambulance division. It specializes in the worldwide wet-lease of airplanes. It gave up scheduled routes in May 2006.

(IATA) Code: 5K - 102. (ICAO) Code: HFY - (Callsign: SKY FLYER).

Owns: Air Luxor STP (Sao Tome & Principe) which operates under:

(IATA) Code: C2. (ICAO) Code: ALU (Callsign - LUXORJET).

Parent organization/shareholders: Mirpuri Holdings (100%).

Alliances: Air Europa (ARE); Linhas Aereas de Mocambique (LAM); & Portugalia Airlines.

Main Base: Lisbon Portela Airport (LIS).

Domestic Destinations: Funchal; Lisbon; & Porto.

International Destination: Paris; & Praia.

July 2010: SkyWorks Leasing subleased one A340-300 to HiFly Transportes Aereos (LXA). The airplane was delivered following a "C" airplane maintenance check in Copenhagen.

January 2012: HiFly (LXA) has added a third ex-Gulf Air (GUL) A340-300. Its wet-lease of two A340-500s to Air Zimbabwe (ZMB) has not materialized. In better news, it had operated both of its A310-300s for nasair (NAZ) this Hajj season and has now started operating one of its A330-200s on behalf of the UK Ministry of Defence.

Finnair (FIN) has wet-leased an A330-200 from HiFly (LXA) for the winter season to increase its long-haul leisure services:
Helsinki - Cancun: weekly seasonal A330-200 service has started on December 5 (operated by Hifly (LXA);
Helsinki - Colombo Bandaranaike International: weekly seasonal A330-200 service between December 17 and March 3 (operated by Hifly (LXA);
Helsinki - Langkawi: weekly seasonal A330-200 service between December 16 and March 17 (operated by HiFly (LXA).

April 2012: Arik Air (AKI) plans to start operating the two A340-500s on its own air operator certificate (AOC) that it had wet-leased from HiFly (LXA) since 2008. The two airplanes are currently used on its long-haul routes from Lagos Murtala Muhammad airport (LOS) to London Heathrow (LHR) and New York John F Kennedy International (JFK) airports.

May 2012: Royal Air Maroc (RAM) has agreed to wet-lease both A310-300s (495, CS-TEI) and (565, CS-TEX) from HiFly (LXA) for the high season this summer. The airplanes will operate for (RAM) between June 17 and September 8. One of the A310-300s will be based at Oujda Les Anglades (OUD) and operate from there to Brussels National Zaventem (BRU) and Paris Orly (ORY). The other one will be based at Nador Arwi (NDR) and operate from Nador to Amsterdam Schiphol (AMS), Brussels, Dusseldorf International (DUS) and Frankfurt International (FRA) and from Tangiers Boukhalef (TNG) to Amsterdam and Brussels.

July 2012: A330-223 (262, CS-TQW), ex-(VN-A370), (ILF) leased.

August 2012: Arik Air (AKI) is about to take delivery of an ex-Kingfisher Airlines (KFH) A330-200 (891) currently being prepared for (AKI), the largest Nigerian carrier at Dublin International airport (DUB). (AKI) had previously operated an A330-200 that had then, however, been repossessed by its lessor due to a dispute over leasing fees. (AKI) currently uses two A340-541s (894, CS-TQL; 910, CS-TFW) wet-leased from long-time partner Hi Fly (LXA) (IATA) Code: 5K, based at Lisbon Portela de Sacavem airport (LIS)) for its routes from Lagos to London Heathrow (LHR) and New York John F Kennedy International (JFK) airports.

October 2012: Livingston Air (LDI) will initially wet-lease A330-243 (1008, CS-TFZ) from Portuguese wet-lease (ACMI) specialist, Hi Fly (LXA) from December to launch its long-haul charter services on behalf of Italian tour operators. It then plans to acquire its own A330-200s at a later stage. It plans to serve Mauritius Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam International airport (MRU) from several Italian airports with this A330-243 among other destinations.

January 2013: Turkish Airlines (THY) said it will wet lease three A330s to fill capacity shortage. (THY) confirmed it will lease two A330s from Hi Fly (LXA) between April 1 and March 31, 2014, and from May 1 and April 30, 2014.

March 2013: Norwegian Air Shuttle (NWG) will launch its long-haul services with Airbus (EDS) A340s to make up for delivery delays of its 787s. (NWG) will wet-lease two A340-313s from Portuguese leasing specialist Hi Fly (LXA) to begin its planned services to New York and Bangkok in late spring and early summer. The initial Oslo - New York (JFK) is scheduled for May 30, with Oslo - Bangkok following June 23.

Boeing (TBC) had warned (NWG) last month that the first two 787s, due for delivery in April and June from lessor (ILFC), might be delayed.

The A340s were previously used by Singapore Airlines (SIA) and Emirates (EAD).

A330, 18C, 288Y wet-leased to (LOT) Polish Airlines to replace their grounded 787s on flights from Warsaw to New York and Chicago.

May 2013: Hi Fly (LXA) mechanics (MT) conducted an "A" maintenance check at (LOT) Aircraft Maintenance Services on an (LXA) A330 that was wet leased to (LOT) to fill in for their 787 airplane.

July 2013: A340-642 (383, 9H-SEA), ex-(G-VSHY).

December 2013: Hi Fly ((IATA) Code: 5K, based at Lisbon) (LXA) will add its first narrow body to its fleet of five A330s, five A340s and an A310-300 in February. According to Skyliner Aviation, the jet is an ex-Onur Air ((IATA) Code: 8Q, based at Istanbul Atatürk) (ONU) A321-200 (1004, CS-TRJ), which is currently in storage at Dublin International. The A321-200 will be deployed to Belgian Air Component ((IATA) Code: BAF, based at Brussels National) where it will replace a Hi Fly (LXA) A330-300 (96, CS-TMT).

February 2014: (TAP) Portugal ((IATA) Code: TP, based at Lisbon) has announced plans to wet-lease an A310-300 from fellow Portuguese operator, Hi Fly (LXA) during the month of May. The A310-300 (565, CS-TEX), will be deployed on (TAP)'s weekly Lisbon to São Tome service (replacing the A310-300 (CS-TQV) typically wet-leased from White ((IATA) Code: WI, based at Lisbon) (YES).

April 2014: flynas (NAZ) has taken delivery of the first of three Airbus A330 airplanes as it gears up to launch a new range of long-haul services. Previously an all-A320 operator, (NAZ) is leasing three A330s (two A330-200s and an A330-300) from Portugal’s Hi Fly (LXA).

(NAZ), which is switching its business model from a low-cost to a hybrid model, is launching services to several new mid- and long-haul destinations that include Casablanca, London Gatwick, Manchester, and Djakarta.

The (LXA) leased A330s will be operated in a three-cabin, 327-seat configuration, comprising 12C business class, 24PY premium-economy class, and 291Y economy class seats.

May 2014: Portuguese airplane charter Hi Fly (LXA) is adding a Flight Focus In-flight Entertainment (IFE) system to its commercial fleet of Airbus A330 airplanes.

Under a new agreement, the Singapore-based (IFE) and Electronic Flight Bag (EFB) provider will supply a server, wireless access points and a cabin control panel. According to Flight Focus, their (FFP) Server and wireless access points are capable of streaming video for all passengers simultaneously. The Cabin Control Panel also provides upload speeds of up to 400 Megabytes per second.

"As passengers increasingly expect to use their own devices for (IFE), on board shopping and communications, the Flight Focus system will have plenty of capacity to meet Hi Fly (LXA)’s needs,” said David Borkowski, VP Business Development at Flight Focus.

A321-231 (1004, CS-TRJ) leased to Belgian Air Force (BLG) and replaced and returned A330-322 (096, CS-TMT).

October 2014: Al-Naser Airlines ((IATA) Code: 6N, based at Baghdad) (NSR) has taken delivery of its maiden A340-600 (416, 9H-TEQ), formerly with Virgin Atlantic (VAA) as (G-VOGE). The quadjet, which was ferried from Malta to Baghdad on October 18, is on wet-lease from Hi Fly (LXA) subsidiary, Hi Fly Malta, which in turn sourced it from Voltrex Leasing.

According to Hi Fly Malta, the lease agreement is only temporary, as its long term plans for the airplane involve its reconfiguration into a 475-seater to be used for Hajj operations.

April 2015: Aerotransport reports that a new A310-300 which has recently been delivered to Taban Air (TBM) in Mashad, Iran, is an ex-Hi Fly ((IATA) Code: 5K, based at Lisbon) (LXA) A310-300 (565). According to local sources it has since already been re-registered as (EP-TBH).

August 2017: Hi Fly (LXA) intends to buy A380s.

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LXA-A319-1122
LXA-A320 - HI FLY
LXA-A330
LXA-A330-223
LXA-A330-223
LXA-A330-223 BF
LXA-A330-300 - 2013-12
LXA-A340-NOV09

September 2017:

0 767-2B1 (PW4056) (511-26471, /93 C9-BAF), (LAM) LSD TIL 2001-11.

1 A310-304 (CF6-80C2A2) (495, /89 CS-TEI; 565, /91 CS-TEX), 565; WET-LST (OMR) 2008-08. EX-(OMR)/(TAP). WET-LST (NAZ) FOR HAJJ PILGRIMAGE (2011-11). 565 TO TABAN AIR (TBM) 2015-04. 18C, 176Y.

0 A319-112 (1494, CS-TQC), EX-(SAB), (SIL) LSD 2002-07, RTND.

1 +3 ORDERS A319 ACJ.

0 A320-211 (022, /88 CS-TQG; 023, /88 CS-TQH), (AWW) LSD 2004-05 FOR AIR LUXOR LITE OPS. RTND. 174Y.

0 A320-211 (CFM56-5A1) (191, /91 CS-TNB "VINGA GOTEBURG"), RF (TSR) 2002-05, EX-(TAP), (BAV) LSD. WET-LST (GJT)/(TWE) 2002-04. 191 RF (GJT) 2002-05. 191; RTND, LST (TAP) 2005-03. 174Y.

0 A320-212 (CFM56-5A3) (395, /92 CS-TNE), EX-(TAP), (GAX) LSD 2000-03, WET-LST (NOO) 2002-06 FOR SUMMER. RTND. 174Y.

0 A320-212 (CFM56-5A3) (221, /91 CS-TQE), (PRH) WET-LSD 2003-05. RTND 2004-11, LST (BGH). 174Y.

0 A320-214 (CFM56-5B4/2P) (1667, /01 CS-TMW), 2002-01. (870, /98 CS-TQD), EX-(CSR), SHOWA LSD 2003-04. RTND. 174Y.

0 A320-214 (CFM56-5B4/2P) (1439, /01 CS-TQA; 1450, /01 CS-TQB), EX-(SAB), (SIL) LSD 2002-03. WET-LST (ADH) 2004-06. 1439; 1450; RTND (SIL), LST (CSA) 2005-02. 156Y.

0 A320-232 (CS-TFY), EX-(JBL), EX-(N548JB) 2008-11.

0 A321-231 (V2533-A5) (1926, B-MAQ), (MCU) WET-LSD 2003-06, RTND 2003-09.

1 A321-231 (V2533-A5) (1004, /04 CS-TRJ), EX-ONUR AIR (ONU) 2013-12, LST (BLG) 2014-05. 152 TROOPS.

0 A330-200 (PW4000) (441, CS-TMT), (GAX) LSD 2001-11. NTU.

1 A330-223 (262, CS-TQW), EX-(VN-A370), EX-(VIE), (ILF) LSD 2012-07.

0 A330-223 (PW4156A) (353, /00 SE-RBF), (NOO) WET-LSD 6 TO 2002-10 & 5 TO 2003-10. 372Y.

0 A330-223 (PW4000) (441), NTU.

1 A330-243 (TRENT 772B-60) (1008, /09 CS-TFZ), EX-(JMA), (ILF) LSD 2009-04. ALL WHITE COLORS. TO BE WET-LST LIVINGSTON (LDI) 2012-12. RF (LOT) 2013-06. LST (NAZ) 2014-02. 42C, 288Y.

2 A330-322 (PW4168) (087, /95 CS-TQF; 096, /95 CS-TMT; 127, CS-TRI), EX-(SAB), (ILF) 3 YR LSD 2002-11. WET-LST (GIA) 2004-01. RF (GIA) 2004-04. 087; RTND. 096; 4 YR WET-LST BELGIAN AIR FORCE (BLG)/STORED AT AMSTERDAM (AMS) 2009-10, EX-(RAA)/(MAS), RTND 2014-05 & REPLACED WITH A321-231. 127; LST (NAZ) 2014-04. 096 RTND FROM SAUDIA (2015-05). 42C, 236Y.

2 A340-300 (CFM56-5C4), SKYWORKS LSG LSD 2010-07. 1 EX-(GUL).

1 A340-313X (CFM56-5C4) (117, /96 CS-TQM, 2009-09), EX-(EHD)/(SIA). EX-(A6-EYC). 10F, 30C, 225Y.

1 A340-313X (CFM56-5C4) (202, CS-TQZ), LST (NWG) 2013-05. LST (STU) 2014-05 - 2014-09. 10F, 30C, 225Y.

3 A340-541 (TRENT 553-61) (894, CS-TQL; 910, /08 CS-TFW "OUR LADY OF PERPETUAL HELP;" 912, /08 CS-TFX "CAPTAIN BOB HAYES"), WET-LST (AKI) 2008-12. 894 STORED AT TOULOUSE (TLS). 36C, 201Y.

2 A340-642 (TRENT 556-61) (383, /02 9H-SEA; 416, /02 9H-TEQ), EX-(G-VSHY & G-VOGE), EX-(VAA) 2013-07. 416 LST (NSR) 2014-10. 45C, 38PY, 225Y.

0 L-1011 (RB211-524B4-02) (1240, /83 CS-TEB), EX-(TAP), RTND. 271Y.

0 L-1011-385-3 TRISTAR 500 (RB211-524B4-02) (193H-1248, /83 CS-TMP; 293B-1241, /83 CS-TMR, 3/00), EX-(NOO). 1241 RF (YES) 2003-06. 1241; 1248; ST (LUZ) 2004-01 & WET-LSD BACK. 19C, 291Y.

0 CESSNA CITATION II (PWC JT15D-4) (O154, /80 G-JETJ), RTND. 8Y.

0 CESSNA CITATION VII (TFE731-4R-2S) (7080, /97 CS-DNF), RTND.

1 CESSNA 750 CITATION (AE3007C) (0134, /00 CS-DCT), TINAIRLINES LSD, 8Y.

3 RAYTHEON HAWKER 800XP.

1 DASSAULT FALCON 20E (CF700-2D2) (297, /74 CS-DCK), BASED AT PARIS (LBG), 9Y.

1 DASSAULT FALCON 900B (TFE731-5BR-1C) (143, /94 CS-DDI), BASED AT PARIS (LBG), 14Y.

Management:
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DR PAULO MIRPURI, CHAIRMAN.

VITOR PINTO DA COSTA, PRESIDENT.

JOAO MARQUES DA CRUZ, MANAGING DIRECTOR.

SERGIO BAGORRO, VP ADMINISTRATION & FINANCE (hifly@hifly.aero).

MARIANELA MIRPURI, VP MARKETING & SALES, & CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER (CEO) MASTERJET (marketing@hifly.aero).

CAPTAIN CARLOS MIRPURI, VP FLIGHT OPERATIONS (dov@hifly.aero).

HELDER PILO, FLIGHT OPERATIONS DIRECTOR (dov@hifly.aero).

SERGIO BAGORRO, FINANCE MANAGER.

MAINTENANCE & ENGINEERING (dme@hifly.aero).

 
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