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RLX-2013-06 - 737-4Q8 TAKES OFF
Formed and started operations in 2013. International, charter, passenger & cargo jet airplane services.
Ivanska cesta 65/3421
821 04 Bratislava, Slovak Republic
SLOVAKIA (SLOVAK REPUBLIC) (SLOVENSKA REPUBLICA) WAS ESTABLISHED IN 1993. IT COVERS AN AREA OF 49,014 SQ KM. THE CAPITAL CITY IS BRATISLAVA. THE OFFICIAL LANGUAGE IS SLOVAK. THE POPULATION IS 5.4 MILLION.
February 2013: Go2sKY (RLX) was founded on February 14, 2013. The airline is headed by pilot (FC) and investor, Daniel Ferjancek, a one-time shareholder in fellow Slovak carrier, AirExplore (AXE).
June 2013: 737-4Q8 (24332, OM-GTA), Triton Aviation (TIA) leased.
July 2013: For the 2013 summer season, Go2Sky (RLX) signed a wet-lease contract with Italian charter airline, Mistral Air (MSA) to operate the 737-4Q8 until mid-September. The airplane was based in Bergamo, Italy and performed non-scheduled charter flights to Europe, Asia and Africa.
October 2013: Go2Sky (RLX) is a Slovak airline located in Bratislava that offers non-scheduled charter operations of passengers, cargo and mail. (RLX) offers its airplane for lease by other airlines (who have their own Air Operator Certificate (AOC), and ad hoc charter flights.
(IATA) Code: 6G. (ICAO) Code: RLX - (Callsign - RELAXAIR).
Company slogan: "To the sky and beyond."
Main Base: Bratislava Milan Rastislav Stefanik Airport.
June 2015: 737-46J (27171, OM-GTD), ex-(G-CIOE), Aerotron leased.
March 2016: Go2Sky (RLX) of Slovakia took delivery of one Boeing 737-800 airplane on March 18. The 737-800, which is owned by a Dublin-based lessor, was manufactured in 2000 and is equipped with a 189Y leather interior. The lease was arranged by (ISIS) Aviation Services Ltd of Norwich, England acting as sole agent on behalf of (RLX).
April 2016: Slovakian charter carrier Go2Sky (RLX) has selected Commsoft’s (OASES) for (CAMO) and other Engineering activities on four 737s in a five-year contract for five concurrent users.
November 2018: Go2Sky (RLX) has sold its remaining Boeing 737-400 to Air Vega Bulgaria. The airplane was manufactured in 1997 and was previously operated by (CSA) Czech Airlines and Sky Airlines of Turkey.