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TEB-VISIT THE MATTERHORN
ESTABLISHED IN 1988 AND STARTED OPERATIONS IN 1989 AS "TEA BASEL." REGIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL, SCHEDULED, PASSENGER AND CARGO, JET AIRPLANE SERVICES.
ROUTE DE L'AEROPORT 5
CH-1215 GENEVA 15, SWITZERLAND
Switzerland (Swiss Confederation) was established in 1291, its covers an area of 41,293 sq km, its population is 7.5 million, its capital city is Berne, and its official languages are French, German, Italian, and Romanche.
NOVEMBER 1995: 1995 FISCAL YEAR (FY) = +$7.1 MILLION (NET PROFIT): .520 MILLION PASSENGERS (PAX).
FEBRUARY 1996: 2 737-3Q8'S (PQ431; PQ447), (ILF) LEASED. 2 ORDERS (NOVEMBER & DECEMBER 1997) 737-7Q8'S (YA301; YA302), (ILF) LEASED.
APRIL 1996: 1 737-300, (ILF) LEASED TO BE OPERATED EXTENDED TWIN-ENGINE OPERATIONS (ETOPS) TO ZURICH, TENERIFE AND RACIFE.
WANTS MAINTENANCE DOCUMENTS IN (CD-ROM).
J P DREYFUS TECHNICAL DIRECTOR.
"TEA BASEL" IS RENAMED TO "TEA SWITZERLAND."
JUNE 1996: WET-LEASING 737-300 TO PACIFIC AIRLINES (PAH), VIETNAM'S
2ND CARRIER, AND ALSO A 737-200 (SINCE DEC/95).
IN 1997, (TEB) WILL ACQUIRE 3 737'S, 1 737-300, & 2 737-700'S (NOVEMBER & DECEMBER 1997).
MARKUS SEILER MANAGING DIRECTOR SAYS SOME 737'S WILL JOIN THE PACIFIC FLEET WITH SERVICE TO MACAU. (TEB) OPERATES 5 737-300'S ON CHARTER FLIGHTS, SHARING WITH (CRN) AND (EDW).
737-300 TO PACIFIC AIRLINES (PAH).
JANUARY 1997: 1996 = .544 MILLION PASSENGERS.
FEBRUARY 1997: 1 737-3Q8 DELIVERY. 737-3Q8 LEASED TO AIR AFRIQUE (AFR). 737-3M8 (25016) RETURNED TO PEMBROKE CAPITAL (PEB).
MARCH 1997: 1 737-3M8 (25016) TO FREEDOM AIR (SPT), NEW ZEALAND FOR EXTENDED TWIN-ENGINE OPERATIONS (ETOPS) ACROSS THE TASMAN SEA TO AUSTRALIA.
APRIL 1997: 737-3Y0 (24255) RETURNED FROM LEASE TO PACIFIC AIRLINES (PAH). 737-200 (23040) LEASED TO (PAH) CONTINUES.
MAY 1997: 1 737-3M8 (CFM56-3-B2), EX-(AFR).
SEPTEMBER 1997: JEAN-PIERRE DREYFUS RESIGNED AND IS REPLACED BY BRAHIM NAJI TECHNICAL DIRECTOR.
OCTOBER 1997: 337 737 120 MINUTES (ETOPS) FLIGHTS OVER MID ATLANTIC.
737-3M8 (24023) LEASED TO AIR AFRIQUE (AFR).
DECEMBER 1997: 7 YEAR MAINTENANCE CONTRACT TO (FLS) AEROSPACE (ATD) FOR COMPONENT SERVICE FOR 5 737-300'S, & 2 737-7Q8'S.
MARCH 1998: 1ST 737-7Q8, (ILF) LEASED, DELIVERY. 2ND IN MAY 1998.
APRIL 1998: EASYJET HOLDINGS (EZY) TAKES 40% STAKE IN (TEB). POSSIBLE 90% LATER, IF SWISS LAW OK'S.
220 EMPLOYEES (INCLUDING 48 FLIGHT CREW (FC) & 17 MAINTENANCE TECHNICIANS (MT).
737-3M8 (24023) RETURNED TO (GECAS) (GEF).
MAY 1998: EASYJET'S (EZY) INFLUENCE IS BEING FELT AS FLIGHTS ARE NOW NAMED EASYJET SWITZERLAND (TEB).
737-300 "D" MAINTENANCE CHECK, AT SHANNON AEROSPACE. 2ND 737-7Q8 DELIVERY. 737-7Q8 DELIVERY HELD UP UNTIL LEASE TERMS ARE REVISED.
JUNE 1998: 737-3M8 (24023) LEASED TO TRANSAVIA (TAV) UNTIL OCTOBER 1998. 737-300 (26333) WET-LEASED TO EASYJET (EZY) FOR 5 MONTHS.
SEPTEMBER 1998: PLANS TO MOVE IN MARCH 1999 TO GENEVA AND OPERATE SCHEDULED SERVICES.
OCTOBER 1998: (TEB) IS IMPRESSED WITH THE INTRODUCTION OF PORTABLE MAINTENANCE AID (PMA) FROM BOEING (TBC).
EASYJET SWITZERLAND (TEB) SERVICE, ZURICH TO LUTON.
NOVEMBER 1998: PLANS TO MOVE ITS HQ TO GENEVA IN MARCH 1999.
"TEA BASEL" NOW OFFICIALLY RENAMED "EASYJET SWITZERLAND (TEB)."
1 737-300 (26307) WET-LEASED TO EASYJET (EZY) UNTIL JANUARY 1999. 2 737-3Q8'S (26333; 28200), RETURNED TO (ILF), LEASED TO AIR AFRIQUE (AFR).
JANUARY 1999: STARTS GENEVA TO LUTON (2X-DAILY).
APRIL 1999: 220 EMPLOYEES (INCLUDING 48 FLIGHT CREW (FC), 92 CABIN ATTENDANTS (CA), & 17 MAINTENANCE TECHNICIANS (MT)).
MAIN OPERATIONAL BASE TO BE MOVED FROM BASEL TO GENEVA.
1 ORDER (JUNE 1999) 737-300, (EZY) LEASED.
AUGUST 1999: 1 737-33V, (EZY) 10 YEAR LEASED (28338, HB-III) HAS BANNER ON FUSELAGE: "SWISSAIR MONOPOLY: NO!"
DECEMBER 1999: DAVID BAEHLER TECHNICAL MANAGER, REPLACES BRAHIM NAJI.
FEBRUARY 2000: ALL MAINTENANCE ENGINEERING RESPONSIBILITY IS NOW HANDLED THROUGH OFFICES OF EASYJET (EZY) IN ENGLAND.
APRIL 2000: 220 EMPLOYEES (INCLUDING 48 FC, 92 CA, & 17 MT).
MAIN BASE: GENEVA INTERNATIONAL (GVA).
JUNE 2000: 737-33V (3113-29337, /99 02 01, HB-IIK), (EZY) WET-LEASED.
JULY 2000: 737-3Q8 (2664-26307, HB-IIE), RETURNED TO (EZY).
MARCH 2001: 1 737-36M (2810-28333, HB-IIL), (GEF) LEASED.
MARCH 2002: GENEVA TO PARIS ORLY (4X-DAILY).
APRIL 2002: (PHONE: +41 22 717 8820). (FAX: +41 22 788 2700).
August 2002: In 10/02, Geneva to East Midlands.
June 2003: 350 employees. SITA: GVAKKCR.
August 2003: INCDT: 737-33V (29338) damaged in a hailstorm near Geneva, returned to Easyjet (EZY).
September 2003: 1st 2 A319-111's (CFM56-5B) (2037, HB-JZA; 2043, HB-JZB), 156Y deliveries.
October 2003: 1st A319-111 flight, Geneva to Nice. Intends to return its 4 remaining 737-300's and will cover with UK-based (EZY) airplanes.
March 2004: SR Technics (SWS) has a 12-month maintenance accord to provide easyJet (EZY) & (TEB) with comprehensive technical support for its expanding Airbus fleet. The maintenance program, accompanying materials, logistics and overall technical responsibility will be managed by SR Technics' Zurich office. Since (EZY) will be operating the new airplanes from various destinations throughout its Europewide network, the actual maintenance work will be performed at a number of airports by easyTech, the easyJet (EZY)/FLS Aerospace (ATD) technical services joint venture.
August 2004: After operating to Zurich airport for 6 years, will move its operations to Basel in 11/04. Altho its London to Zurich flight previously was profitable, it had been impacted by +132% increase in passenger fees in the last 2 years and too many "onerous" operating restrictions. Ray Webster (EZY) (CEO) stated "No airline likes to remove services from its network but our focus on enhancing margins and reducing costs is relentless. Airports and their ground handling costs account for 32% of our total cost base, higher than most airlines. This is a ripoff, particularly as our customers do not value the airport experience, they simply use them to get from A to B."
September 2004: A319-111's (2050, HB-JZC; 2053, HB-JZD; 2196, HB-JZG; 2230, HB-JZH; 2245, HB-JZI) transferred from (EZY). A319-111 (2037, G-EZAM) returned to (EZY).
October 2004: A319-111 (2265, HB-JZJ), transferred from (EZY).
April 2005: In 8/05, EasyJet Switzerland (TEB) increases capacity with 4 A319 airplanes at EuroAirport Basel-Mulhouse-Freiburg to Madrid, Hamburg, & Malaga (daily). Will increase its network in phases throughout summer to 13 destinations and expects to carry 1.5 Million passengers in its 1st year.
June 2005: 2 A319-111's (2319, HB-JZK, 6/05; 2353, HB-JZL), transferred from easyJet (EZY).
August 2005: A319-111 (2370, HB-JZM), transferred from EasyJet (EZY).
November 2005: EasyJet (EZY)/(TEB) intends to cut -10% of its approximately 500-member management and administrative staff. The layoffs were announced in an internal memo circulated by departing (CEO) Ray Webster and confirmed by an easyJet (EZY)/(TEB) spokesperson, according to the London Times. Members of the airline's sales and marketing staff, Information Technology (IT) and call center employees will be affected. The move came days after the carrier announced a half-year profit of +£64.9 million/$111.2 million. Those profits, however, were "not enough to make us successful in the long run," Webster wrote. He said easyJet (EZY)/(TEB)'s fiscal year profit of +£1.70 per seat compared unfavorably to Ryanair (RYR)'s +£5.80 per seat. "Between now and the end of December we will be creating some new roles, combining some roles and removing others. This includes a reduction in our reliance on temporary and consultancy labor," he wrote. "I regret to say that we anticipate that a number of roles will be at risk of redundancy over this period. We will be endeavoring to find suitable alternatives for employees who are affected, but if none can be found, some people will leave the company."
December 2005: 2 A319-111's (2387, HB-JZN; 2398, HB-JZO), deliveries.
July 2006: EasyJet (EZY) issued new full-year profit guidance, forecasting that its pre-tax earnings will increase +40% - +50% rather than the +10% - +15% originally predicted. It reported a net profit of +£59 million/+$108.3 million for the year ended September 30, 2005, based on International Financial Reporting Standards. The new guidance comes after unit revenue rose +17% in the third quarter. In June, passenger numbers climbed +15.6% over the year-ago month to 3 million and load factor increased +2 points to 87.6% LF. "We now expect passenger revenue per seat to be up +3% - +4% for the full year and expect growth in ancillary revenue per seat to be around +30%," (CEO) Andy Harrison said. "To support our busy summer period and fulfill our schedule, we are sub-chartering a limited number of airplanes on a short-term basis. This will impact costs in the 2nd half. We now expect unit costs excluding fuel to fall by approximately -3% for the full year compared with Fiscal Year (FY) 2005."
The Low Cost Carrier (LCC) announced the launch of a 3x-weekly London Luton to Istanbul Sabiha Gokcen service from August 1, increasing to daily September 4. It already serves the airport from Basel.
August 2006: EasyJet Switzerland (TEB) will start 2x-daily Basel to Munich flights October 30 and will compete against Lufthansa (DLH) for the 1st time.
October 2006: EasyJet Switzerland (TEB) operates scheduled services currently has 400 employees (including 65 Flight Crew (FC), 120 Cabin Attendants (CA), & 200 Maintenance Technicians (MT)).
November 2006: (SITA) partnered with Geneva International Airport (GVA) to install 16 common-use self-serve check-in kiosks at the airport.
December 2006: Swissport International named Philip Joeinig Executive VP Operations; Michel Jansen, Executive VP Cargo; & Adrian Melliger Head of Swissport Station Zurich.
June 2007: A319-111 (2450, HB-JZQ), easyJet (EZY) leased.
March 2009: EasyJet Switzerland (TEB) is seeing strong demand for weekend ski trips; Geneva, Innsbruck, Grenoble big ski markets.
November 2009: French slot coordinator (COHOR) said it redistributed a pool of 6,672 slots at Paris Orly for the summer 2010 season, with half awarded to carriers with new entrant status and half to incumbents. New entrant slots were allocated to easyJet Switzerland (TEB) for 2x-daily flights to Venice, Vueling Airlines VUZ)/(CLK)`and Pegasus Airlines (PGS) for one daily flight each and to Wizz (WZZ) for 4x-weekly flights to Bratislava. Incumbent slots were allocated to (TAP) Portugal for 3x-daily flights, Iberia (IBE) for 1x-daily flight, Midex Airlines (MIX) for 3x-weekly flights, and Air Algerie (ALG) for 1x-weekly flight.
June 2010: EasyJet Switzerland (TEB) is to start Copenhagen to Basel non-stops in the fall using A319s.
August 2010: easyJet (EZY) has announced a wide range of new routes being launched this and early next year: Amsterdam to Barcelona: daily, A319-100 service starting on November 1;
Basle/Mulhouse to Copenhagen: daily, A319-100 service starting on November 1 (operated by easyJet Switzerland (TEB);
Basle/Mulhouse to Dresden: 3x-weekly, A319-100 service starting on December 3 (operated by easyJet Switzerland (TEB));
Basle/Mulhouse to Edinburgh: 4x-weekly, A319-100 service starting on December 3 (operated by easyJet Switzerland (TEB));
Basle/Mulhouse to Las Palmas: 2x-weekly, A319-100 service starting on December 4 (operated by easyJet Switzerland (TEB));
Basle/Mulhouse to Pristina: 2x-weekly, A319-100 service has started on June 26 (operated by easyJet Switzerland (TEB));
Basle/Mulhouse to Tel Aviv Ben Gurion: 3x-weekly, A320-200 service starting on December 5 (operated by easyJet Switzerland (TEB));
Basle/Mulhouse to Venice Marco Polo: 3x-weekly, A319-100 service starting on October 31 (operated by easyJet Switzerland (TEB));
Belfast to Malta: 2x-weekly A319-100 service starting on February 15, 2011;
Berlin Schönefeld to Amsterdam: 2x-daily, A319-100 service starting on October 31;
Berlin Schönefeld to Gothenburg Landvetter: 3x-weekly, A319-100 service starting on November 2;
Edinburgh to Cologne/Bonn: 4x-weekly, A319-100 service starting on November 26;
Edinburgh to Paphos: 2x-weekly, A319-100 service starting on November 3;
Geneva to Hurghada: 2x-weekly, A320-200 service starting on November 3 (operated by easyJet Switzerland (TEB));
Geneva to Pristina: 2x-weekly, A319-100 service has started on June 19 (operated by easyJet Switzerland (TEB));
Geneva to Tel Aviv Ben Gurion: 3x-weekly, A319-100 service starting on August 30 (operated by easyJet Switzerland (TEB));
Lisbon to Barcelona: daily, A319-100 service starting on October 31;
Liverpool to Isle of Man: 6x-weekly, A319-100 service started on May 21;
London Gatwick to Gothenburg Landvetter: daily, A319-100 service starting on September 6;
London Gatwick to Luxor: 2x-weekly, A320-200 service starting on November 3;
London Gatwick to Zagreb: 5x-weekly, A319-100 service starting on February 11, 2011;
Lyon to Agadir: 2x-weekly, A319-100 service starting on November 2;
Lyon to Berlin Schönefeld: 3x-weekly, A319-100 service starting on December 10;
Lyon to Brest: 4x-weekly, A319-100 service starting on November 5;
Lyon to Bristol: 2x-weekly seasonal, A319-100 service starting on December 18;
Lyon to Liverpool: 2x-weekly seasonal, A319-100 service starting on December 18;
Lyon to Milan Malpensa: 4x-weekly, A319-100 service starting on November 5;
Lyon to Nice: 4x-weekly, A319-100 service starting on November 4;
Lyon to Prague: 3x-weekly, A319-100 service starting on December 9;
Manchester to Amsterdam: 2x-daily, A319-100 service starting on November 1;
Manchester to Gothenburg Landvetter: 4x-weekly, A319-100 service starting on December 10;
Manchester to Hamburg Fuhlsbüttel: daily, A319-100 service starting on November 26;
Milan Malpensa to Ljubljana: 3x-weekly, A319-100 service starting on December 9;
Milan Malpensa to Toulouse: 3x-weekly, A319-100 service starting on November 2;
Paris (CDG) to Brest: daily, A319-100 service starting on September 10;
Paris (CDG) to Copenhagen: daily, A319-100 service starting on September 10;
Paris (CDG) to Ljubljana: 3x-weekly, A319-100 service starting on December 2;
Paris (CDG) to Zagreb: 4x-weekly, A319-100 service starting on November 1;
Paris Orly to Naples: daily, A319-100 service (already launched);
Paris Orly to Pisa: 2x-daily, A319-100 service (already launched);
Rome Fiumicino to Toulouse: 3x-weekly, A319-100 service starting on September 11;
Toulouse to Lisbon: 4x-weekly, A319-100 service starting on September 10;
In a surprise move, easyJet (EZY) has wet-leased a 767-36NER (30847, G-POWD) from Titan Airways (TIU) and 4 757-200s from Air Finland (AFZ), Astraeus (AUA) and Titan Airways (TIU) for the summer season for routes with high demand from Liverpool and London Gatwick to the Mediterranean. 1 of the main reasons for the short term leases is that easyJet (EZY) is planning to retire its remaining 4 A321-200s in September.
easyJet (EZY) founder, Stelios Haji-Ioannou has threatened to terminate the license agreement between his easyGroup and easyJet (EZY) for the name of the "easyJet" brand because of a variety of differences of opinion between Stelios and the current management and board of directors.
(EZY) will drop its Milan Malpensa to Sofia, Newcastle to Murcia, and Newcastle to Rome Ciampino routes by October 31 and no longer resume its seasonal, London Luton to Turin route this winter season.
November 2010: 2 A319-111s (2402, HB-JZU; 2709, HB-JZV), (RBS) Aerospace leased, ex-(G-EZAE; & G-EZNM).
December 2010: A319-111 (2729, HB-JZW), (RBS) Aerospace leased, ex-(G-EZAH).
July 2011: easyJet Switzerland (TEB) has added +2 additional ex-easyJet (EZY) A320-200s and now operates a fleet of 15 A319-100s and 3 A320-200s from Basle/Mulhouse and Geneva.
November 2011: A320-214 (4233, HB-JZZ), ex-(G-EZTU), ex-easyJet(EZY).
December 2011: EasyJet Switzerland (TEB) operates scheduled services as an EasyJet (EZY) franchise from Geneva and Basle.
477 employees (including 65 Flight Crew (FC), 120 Cabin Attendants (CA), & 200 Maintenance Technicians (MT)).
(IATA) Code: DS. (ICAO) Code: EZS - (Callsign - TOPSWISS).
Parent organization/shareholders: Private investors (51%); & EasyJet (EZY) (49%).
Main Base: Geneva International airport (GVA).
Hub: Basle/Mulhouse airport (MLH).
International, scheduled destinations: Alicante; Amsterdam; Barcelona; Bournemouth; Budapest; Doncaster; Edinburgh; Hamburg; Lisbon; London; Madrid; Malaga; Naples; Nice; Palma de Mallorca; Paris; Prague; & Rome.
March 2013: easyJet (EZY) added the southern Spanish city of Seville (SVQ) to its offering from Geneva (GVA) on February 21. (EZY), which already serves the Andalucian destination with 4x-weekly flights from London Gatwick, now operates 3x-weekly frequencies from (GVA).
August 2013: SR Technics (SWS) will provide line maintenance on easyJet Switzerland (TEB)’s 22 Swiss- registered A319s and A320s for +3 more years. Service includes standard line maintenance, routine inspections, troubleshooting, defect rectification and out-of-phase work packages as required.
January 2014: easyJet (EZY)/(TEB) increased its Spanish offering with the launch of a new route from Geneva (GVA) to Tenerife Sur (TFS) on January 18th. The 2,832 km sector to the busier of the 2 Tenerife airports will be operated 2x-weekly (Tuesdays & Saturdays), utilizing (EZY)/(TEB)’s 180Y-seat A320s. (EZY)/(TEB)’s 9th route to Tenerife Sur will face no competition.
February 2015: A320-214 (5150, HB-JXD), ex-(G-EZUU), delivery.
June 2015: A319-111 (4744, HB-JYI), ex-(G-EZGL), (EZY) leased.
July 2017: News Item A-1: easyJet (EZY) has applied for an air operator’s certificate (AOC) in Austria as the low cost carrier (LCC) faces uncertainty about being able to continue flying in the European Union (EU) after Brexit. The new airline, "easyJet Europe," would be headquartered in Vienna.
Currently, (EZY)’s network depends heavily on (EU) route rights. An (EU) (AOC) would safeguard (EZY)’s network, should the UK and (EU) fail to agree on a new air transport accord before the UK exits the (EU).
EasyJet (EZY) said that with the new company structure, (EZY) should become a pan-European airline group with 3 subsidiaries, which will be registered in Austria (easyJet Europe), and include existing easyJet Switzerland (TEB) and easyJet UK.
The application process is far advanced and (EZY) hopes the certification will be granted in the near future. “There is no doubt that this (AOC) will be granted by Austrian authorities.”
(EZY) said the decision to choose Austria has been based on the fact that Austro Control follows a strict course of implementing safety directives, which are fully in line with the path set by the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) toward more performance-oriented security.
This (EU) (AOC) is essential for (EZY) as half of 75 million passengers annually come from the (EU)-27 member states. (EZY) has based 100 Airbus A320 aircraft and 4,000 employees in 6 (EU) member states. Once easyJet Europe is certified, up to 110 aircraft deployed for (EU) operations will be registered with an (OE) Austrian code.
EasyJet (EZY) has also based 25 aircraft and 950 employees in Switzerland, and 140 aircraft and 6,000 employees in the UK.
The aircraft re-registration process should be completed over 2 winter seasons to secure flight operations. EasyJet (EZY) said this process must be completed before Brexit takes effect. When this happens, (EZY) will become Austria’s largest carrier in terms of aircraft.
“All the aircraft that are based, for example, in places such as France and Germany will get an Austrian registration. However, that does not mean the aircraft will be based in Austria.”
(EZY) said it will establish several new jobs in Austria, but will not transfer any positions from the UK to Austria.
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0 737-2Y5 (JT8D) (23040), RETURNED (AFJ), LEASED TO (FRO).
0 737-3M8 (CFM56-3B1) (1689-24024 /89 HB-IIB), (GEF) LEASED, WET-LEASED TO (AFR) 1997-10. RETURNED. 149Y
0 737-3Q8 (CFM56-3) (2664-26307, /94 HB-IIE), (ILF) LEASED. RETURNED. 149Y.
0 737-3Q8 (CFM56-3B2) (2786-26333, /95; 2854-28200, /97), 26333; 28200; WET-LEASED TO (AFR). 2 RETURNED. 149Y.
0 737-33V (CFM56-3B1) (3113-29337, /99 HB-IIK; 3114-29338, /99 HB-III; 3119-29339, /99 HB-IIT; 3127-29342, /99 HB-IIJ), (EZY) LEASED 2000-07. 29337 EX-(EZY) 2001-10. 29338 RETURNED (EZY) 2003-08. RETURNED. 149Y.
0 737-36M (CFM56-3) (2810-28333, HB-IIL), (GEF) LEASED 2001-03, RETURNED TO (GEF) 2001-10. 149Y.
0 737-7Q8 (CFM56-7B24) (14-28209, /98; 22-28210, /98), RETURNED (ILF), LEASED TO (SWA) & (LAZ). 28210; TO (JTX) 2009-08.
18 A319-111 (CFM56-5B5) (2037, /03 HB-JZA; 2043, /03 HB-JZB; 2050, /03 HB-JZC; 2053, /03 HB-JZD; 2062, /03 G-EZSM; 2184, /04 HZ-JZF; 2196, /04 HB-JZG; 2230, /04 HB-JZH; 2245, /04 HB-JZI; 2265, /04 HB-JZJ; 2319, /04 HB-JZK; 2353, /05 HB-JZL; 2370, /04 HB-JZM; 2387, /05 HB-JZN; 2398, /05 HB-JZO; 2420, /05 HB-JZT; 2450, /05 HB-JZQ; 3084, /07 HB-JZS; 4034, /09 HB-JZR). 156Y.
3 A319-111 (CFM56-5B5) (2402, HB-JZU, 2010-11; 2709, HB-JZV 2010-11; 2729, HB-HZW, 2010-12), (RBS) AEROSPACE LEASED, EX-(G-EZAE; G-EZNM; & G-EZAH). 156Y.
9 A320-214 (CFM56-5B4) (4006, /09 HB-JYE; 4034, /09 HZ-JZB; 4157, /09 HB-JZX; 4196, /10 HB-JZY; 4233, /10 HB-JZZ; 4250, /10 HB-JYA; 4646, /11 HB-JYD; 4744, HB-JYI, 2015-05; 5150, HB-JXD, 2015-02), EX-(G-EZTU), EX-(EZY) 2011-11. 180Y.
BERNARD VISCHER, CHAIRMAN.
JEAN-MARC THEVENAZ, MANAGING DIRECTOR (firstname.lastname@example.org).
PHILIPPE SUTTER, FLIGHT OPERATIONS DIRECTOR.
CAPTAIN PATRICK GOZENBERG, CHIEF PILOT - GENEVA (SWISS AOC).
CAPTAIN HEINZ MING, CHIEF TRAINING CAPTAIN.
BRAHIM NAJI, TECHNICAL DIRECTOR.
DAVID BAEHLER, TECHNICAL MANAGER (1999-12) (BSLMMBH) OR (ZRHMMBH).
ANDREAS HAERER, GROUND OPERATIONS MANAGER.
FREDORIQUE CORCELLE, QUALITY MANAGER.
ROBERT ITEN, TRAINING MANAGER.
HANSULI DUBACH, MANAGER MAINTENANCE (1997-09).