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FORMED AND STARTED OPERATIONS 1997. WAS FORMED AS A COMMERCIAL DIVISION OF THE CZECH GOVERNMENT FLYING SERVICE, OPERATING ON BEHALF OF CZECH TOUR OPERATORS. TRAVEL SERVICE AIRLINES (TSF) IS REGISTERED AS ITS CZECH NAME "TRAVEL SERVIS." INTERNATIONAL, CHARTER, PASSENGER, JET AIRPLANE SERVICES.
LETISKO M R STEFANIKA
PO BOX 8
BRATISLAVA SK-820 01, SLOVAKIA
Slovakia (Slovak Republic) was established in 1993, it covers an area of 49,014 sq km, its population is 5.4 million, its capital city is Bratislava, and its official language is Slovak.
October 2006: Snecma Services signed a 10-year time and material engine maintenance contract with Travel Service (TSF) covering the (CFM56-7)s powering its 737NGs. Snecma also will provide on-wing maintenance within the scope of its Engine Maintenance On-Site service.
2/2 orders (October 2009) 737-900ER's. The order is valued at $150 million at list prices and deliveries to the Prague-based carrier will commence in the 4th quarter of 2009. Travel Service (TSF) operates a fleet of 10 737s including 7 737-800s, offering scheduled services through its Smart Wings (TVS) brand and charter services to >230 destinations on 4 continents.
February 2007: 737-86N (28618, OK-TVQ), wet-leased to (PLUNA) (PLU).
March 2007: $153 million, 1/1 order 787-8 Dreamliner.
The Icelandair (ICE) Group signed a letter of intent (LOI) to acquire Travel Service (TSF), the largest private airline in the Czech Republic and owner of Low Cost Carrier (LCC) Smart Wings (TVS). (TSF) operates charter flights to and from Prague and Budapest in addition to Smart Wings (TVS). Its revenue in 2006, when it carried >1.8 million passengers, totaled €190 million/$256.9 million. Its fleet comprises 12 737s. No acquisition price was released.
This signing marked the start of the due diligence process, which is expected to take a "few weeks," (ICE) said, adding that it aims to sign a final purchase agreement by mid-June. "(ICE) will purchase 50% of the shares before the end of June and the remaining 50% during 2008," it said in a statement. (CEO) Jon Karl Olafsson said, "We have been looking towards Eastern Europe, where we think that we have good business opportunities with our knowledge and experience. It is obvious that if the (ICE) Group acquires (TSF), it will grow fast this year. This airline is, regarding number of passengers and fleet, close to (ICE)'s scheduled operations in size. We consider this a good investment."
AJ Walter Aviation (AJW) received a 5-year power-by-the-hour contract from (TSF), the largest private airline company in the Czech Republic, covering its fleet of 737NGs.
May 2007: 737-8Q8 (30719, OK-TVG), (ILF) leased.
September 2007: Lufthansa (DLH) Technik (LTK) said Czech carrier, Travel Service (TSF) signed an 8-year, Total Engine Support deal covering the (CFM56-7B)s powering its 737NGs.
May 2008: 737-8Q8 (35275, OK-TVH), (ILF) leased.
November 2008: Travel Service (TSF) provides holiday charter, jet airplane flights mainly to the Mediterranean. Also, long-haul charter flights, ad hoc flights and scheduled services to exotic destinations.
(IATA) Code: 6D - 797. (ICAO) Code: TVQ (Callsign - SLOVAKTRAVEL).
Parent organization/shareholders: Lerox, Unimex Group.
Owns: Smart Wings (TVS) (100%); Travel Service Hungary (TVL); & Visig Operaciones Aereas (100%).
Main Base: Prague Ruzyne airport (PRG).
Hubs: Budapest Ferihegy airport (BUD); & Gran Canaria La Palma airport (LPA).
International, Destinations: Agadir (AGA); Alicante (ALC); Amsterdam (AMS); Antalya (AYT); Athens (ATH); Bangkok (BKK); Barcelona (BCN); Bilbao (BIO); Brno (BRQ); Budapest (BUD); Burgas (BOJ); Cagliari (CAG); Catania (CTA); Dublin (DUB); Faro ((FAO); Fortaleza (FOR); Fuerteventura (FUE); Funjal (FNC); Heraklion (HER); Hurgada (HRG); Istanbul (IST); Karovy Vary (KLV); Keflavik (KEF); Korfu (ZTH); Lanzarote (ACE); Larnaca (LCA); Las Palmas (LPA); London (LON); Lyon (LYS); Malaga (AGP); Madrid (MAD); Marseille (MRS); Milan (MXP); Mombassa (MBA); Monastir (MIR); Nantes (NTE): Nice (NCE); Olbia (OLB); Ostravia (OSR); Palma de Mallorca (PMI); Paphos (PFO); Pardubice (PAR); Paris; Preveza (PVK); Prague (PRG); Rhodos (RHO); Rome (ROM); Sharm el Sheik (SSH); Split (SPU); Stockholm (STO); Tel Aviv (TLV); Tenerife (TFS); Thessaloniki (SKG); Tivat (TIV); Toulouse (TLS); Tunis (TUN); Valencia (VLC); Varna (VAR); Zakinthos (ZTH); & Zanzibar (ZNZ).
Currently flies 10 737s to >230 airports on 4 continents.
Travel Service (TSF) is seeking Pilots (FC):
(ATPL) issued in accordance with (ICAO) and (EU)-(OPS) standards;
current 737 type rating;
current medical certificate;
preference will be given to applicants with higher amount of total accumulated flying hours;
preferance for captains.
If pilots (FC) are interested, CVs should be sent to: email@example.com
January 2009: Travel Service (TSF) has wet-leased a 767-383ER (25365, TF-FIB - - SEE ATTACHED PHOTO - - "TSF-767-2008-01") from parent company, the Icelandair Group to operate long haul charters from Billund and Copenhagen to Phuket and Porlamar (Venezuela), and from Prague to Bangkok and Varadero (Cuba). It has wet-leased a 737-86Q (30278, OK-TVC) to Wind Rose Aviation (WRC) of Ukraine and 2 737-800s (32243, OK-TVA; 32362, OK-TVB) to Vietnamese start-up Indochina Airlines (IDC).
February 2009: A huge 4th-quarter loss related to the collapse of Iceland's banking and financial sector last fall dragged the Icelandair Group to a -ISK7.47 billion/-$65.9 million full-year deficit, reversed from a +ISL257 million profit in 2007. With Iceland's economic meltdown, came a rapid depreciation of its currency, meaning fewer locals could afford international travel.
The Icelandair Group owns Travel Service (TSF) which owns low cost carrier (LCC) SmartWings (TVS) and a variet of other business units. Icelandair (ICE) itself, connects Europe with North America, and accounts for just 35% of the company revenues.
March 2009: SkyTeam (STM) partners Air France (AFA)/(KLM) and Aeroflot (ARO) were among the 4 groups filing official yet nonbinding expressions of interest in fellow alliance member (CSA) Czech Airlines, the Czech Finance Ministry announced. The Czech government is selling its 91.5% stake in the airline. Other interested parties are charter carrier Travel Service (TSF)/Unimex Group and Odien, a private investor. (AFA)/( KLM) said the Czechs do not expect any binding offers before June, giving the bidders time to perform due diligence. It said (CSA)'s "network is highly complementary to that of (AFA)/(KLM)" and that it would "enable the group to strengthen its position in Central and Eastern Europe." (ARO) confirmed its intention to "maintain (CSA)'s status as a national Czech airline" and said that because it is not a citizen of an (EU)-member nation and cannot own >49% of (CSA), it intends to partner with a Czech entity during the tender's 2nd stage. "(CSA) is the largest and most stable airline in Central Europe in economic and market terms. By joining and mutually expanding their route networks, (AAO) and (CSA) will be able to become more profitable," (ARO) (CEO) Valery Okulov said. (ARO)'s bid occurred amid the controversy surrounding Okulov's future with the company. Reports surfaced earlier this month that Russian Transport Minister Igor Levitin wished to replace Okulov and assign him to a ministry position. A board member representing 30% shareholder National Reserve Corporation said removing Okulov would be "madness" and "like putting out a fire with kerosene" in comments reported by "Reuters."
May 2009: 737-808 (34704, C-FTDW - - SEE PHOTO - - "TSF-737-808-2009-05"), SunWing (SWG) wet-leased.
October 2009: The Czech government rejected the CZK1 billion/$57.8 million bid for (CSA) Czech Airlines from Unimex and Travel Service (TSF). "There will be a hard restructuring, namely to the expense side," Prime Minister Jan Fischer told reporters, according to "Dow Jones."
January 2010: 737-8FN (37076, OK-TVL), delivery.
February 2010: 737-8BK (29643, OK-TVN), CIT Group (TCI) leased. 737-8FN (37077, OK-TVM), delivery.
April 2010: 737-8Q8 (35275, OK-TVH), leased to Somon Air (SML). 737-86N (32243, OM-TVA), leased to Travel Service Slovakia.
May 2010: A320-211 (333, YL-LCA), SmartLynx (LAJ) leased.
June 2010: 737-8CX (32360, OK-TVO), Macquarie AirFinance leased. A320-231 (169, SE-RJN), Air Sweden (SXN) leased, ex-(N196AG).
July 2010: (GECAS) (GEF) will lease 5 new 737-800s to Travel Service Airline (TSF), with 2 to be delivered in 2011 and 3 in 2012.
March 2011: Lufthansa Technik (DLH) (LTK) reached a 10-year Total Engine Support contract extension with Travel Service Airline (TSF), the biggest private airline in the Czech Republic, covering the airline's (CFM56-7B) engines on its 737NGs.
January 2012: Travel Service Airlines (TSF) has returned one of its 2 737-500s mainly operating for its scheduled flights division SmartWings (TVS) to the lessor.
1 737-86N (39394, OK-TVT - -SEE PHOTO - - "TSF-737-86N - 2012-01), (GEF) leased, wet-leased to Sunwing (SWG) for winter schedule.
April 2012: Travel Service Airlines (TSF) has received an air operator certificate (AOC) in Poland for a new subsidiary called Travel Service Poland (based at Warsaw Fryderyk Chopin airport (WAW)). It has transferred one of its 737-800s (29643, SP-TVZ) for the new operator in Poland. (TSF) had already been operating charter flights from Poland for several years but the (AOC) now also allows it to operate to destinations outside the European Union (EU) more easily. Travel Service (TSF) also has subsidiaries in Hungary and Slovakia for the same reasons.
November 2012: Jet2 (JT2) is planning to wet-lease a 737-800 from Czech charter carrier Travel Service Airlines (TSV) next summer season to temporarily increase its capacity during the high season for outbound tourism from the United Kingdom.
January 2013: 737-86N (36027, OK-TVV) ferried Ostrava - Dubai, subleased to Oman Air (OMR).
February 2013: Jet2 ((IATA) Code: LS, based at Leeds/Bradford International (LBA)) (JT2) will wet-lease 2 instead of just 1 737-800 from Czech partner Travel Service Airlines ((IATA) Code: QS, based at Prague Ruzyne (PRG)) (TSF) next summer season with 1 airplane each based at East Midlands (EMA) and Leeds/Bradford International (LBA). Jet2 (JT2) has decided to extend its contract with Travel Service (TSF) to a 2nd airplane for the summer season while instead giving up plans to wet-lease an A320-200 from Hamburg Airways ((IATA) Code: HK, based at Hamburg Fuhlsbüttel (HAM)) (HAU) for its East Midlands operations.
June 2013: 2 737-8GJs (CFM56-7B) (37365, VT-SGQ; 37366, VT-SGU), ex-(N1796B & N1797B), and 737-86N (32672, VT-SPW), ex-(PH-HSY), Spicejet (ROJ) leased. A320-212 (0299, LY-VEZ), Avion Express leased.
August 2013: Boeing (TBC) announced the completion of a $301.5 million order from Czech Republic-based charter carrier, Travel Service (TSF) for 3 737 MAX 8s.
Roman Vik, General Director for Travel Service (TSF), said (TSF) is looking to grow its fleet of passenger airplanes based on newer 737 variants.
In June, Boeing (TBC) announced the completion of the firm configuration for its 737 MAX 8, which will feature (CFM) International's (LEAP-1B) engines with a range of 3,500 nautical miles, an increase of +540 nautical miles over the Next-Generation 737. The 737 MAX 8 is scheduled to enter into service (EIS) beginning in 2017.
(TSF) has canceled its order for a single 787-8.
Dunlop Aircraft Tyres will provide new and retread tires to Czech Republic carrier, Travel Service Airlines (TSF) for 23 737NGs and 4 737NGs operated by (TSF)’s low-cost carrier (LCC) subsidiary, SmartWings (TVS).
October 2013: (GE) Capital Aviation Services Limited (GECAS) (GEF), announced an agreement to lease 4 new 737-800 MAX airplanes to Travel Service (TVS). 2 of the new airplanes are scheduled for delivery in early 2018 and 2 in early 2019. The airplanes are the 1st leased from (GEF)’s order of 75 Boeing 737 MAX models already announced.
Roman Vik, General Director of (TVS) added: “Just like we were the 1st airline in Central and Eastern Europe to introduce the 737 Next Generation, we are proud to be the 1st to add the 737 MAX into our operation with the support of our valuable and long-lasting business partner (GEF). This new generation of an extremely successful medium-range airplane fits perfectly into our operational pattern and we believe it will contribute substantially to the further growth of our company.”
Travel Service (TVS), an airline company headquartered in Prague, Czech, Republic, is a longstanding (GECAS) (GEF) customer and leader in the charter flight market in the Czech Republic, Slovakia, and Hungary and also has a significant share in Poland. In addition to charter flights, (TSF) operates scheduled flights under the SmartWings (TVS) brand (www.smartwings.com) and air taxi flights in the business jet category. During the course of a year, (TVS)’s fleet of some 30 airplanes land at >250 airports on four continents.
November 2013: Travel Service Slovakia (TSF) is the Bratislava based subsidiary of Eastern Europe's largest charter airline, Travel Service (TVS). (TSF) operates ad hoc and inclusive tour passenger charters on behalf of domestic and foreign tour operators.
(ICAO) Code: TVQ.
October 2014: SkyTeam (STM) Alliance member, (CSA) Czech Airlines is working to get financial help from key shareholder, Korean Air (KAL) to overcome its financial struggles. Several media outlets are reporting that, as of September, an estimated $20 million is required.
“There has been a significant shift in negotiations with (KAL),” (CSA) said, adding that (KAL)’s capital contribution is conditional on (CSA)’s execution of measures outlined in its restructuring plan.
In 2013, (CSA) announced a loss of -CZK922 million/-$42.4 million.
Korean Air (KAL) holds a 44% stake in (CSA) and saved the Czech flag carrier from bankruptcy in spring 2013.
According to the statement, (CSA) management has been reviewing (KAL)’s proposal and will present it to Czech Aeroholding management, which is also ready to provide (CSA) with a capital contribution as a private investor.
(CSA) management is convinced this important move will help stabilize the carrier in the immediate future.
Czech Aeroholding, a state-owned company, is in the process of reducing its (CSA) stake to 19.74% from 53.74%.
According to the European Union (EU) rules, non-(EU) carriers must have shares below 50% in European airlines. To be able to help (CSA), Korean (KAL) has announced an agreement with Prague-based, privately owned Travel Service (TSF) to cooperate on (CSA)’s management. Travel Service (TSF) agreed to acquire 34% of (CSA) from Czech Aeroholding. (KAL) needs (TSF) and Czech Aeroholding as local partners to retain the Czech carrier’s European status.
It is expecting to obtain regulatory approvals in the coming weeks.
Czech Aeroholding also owns the operator of Prague International Vaclav Havel Airport.
Meanwhile, a planned strike by (CSA) flight attendants (CA) to protest layoffs has been canceled following a compromise agreement between (CSA) management and Cabin Crew Trade Union representatives. In September, (CSA) unveiled plans to lay off about a 3rd of its 230 pilots (FC), nearly half of its 400 cabin crews (CA) and a quarter of its 270 administrative staff.
According to local media reports, the compromise includes layoffs of -135 cabin crew (CA), 65 pilots (FC) and 26 administrative staff.
In addition, (CSA) will put its entire fleet of Airbus A320-200s up for disposal as it continues to fight to find a niche in the market. In the interim, 4 A320s have been wet leased to Travel Service (TSF) for the summer 2014 season.
November 2014: Baltic Ground Services will provide Travel Service Airlines (TSF) ground handling and fueling at Vilnius International Airport.
January 2015: News Item A-1: Transaero Airlines (TRX) will launch daily, Moscow - Prague Boeing 737 service from March 29.
In September 2014, Russian and Czech aviation authorities signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) agreeing that both sides will add 1 additional carrier on the Moscow - Prague route beginning in the 2015 (IATA) summer season. Each carrier will operate up to 7x-weekly services with any airplane type. A second (MOU) designated additional carriers.
In November 2013, the countries had agreed to authorize 2nd carriers on the Moscow - Prague route in the 2014 (IATA) summer season, but it did not happen because of changes in the Czech government.
It is expected that Travel Service (TSF), which works under the SmartWings (SMW) brand, will become the second designated airline from the Czech side, although the flights launch has not yet been announced.
Currently, only SkyTeam (STM) Alliance carriers, Aeroflot (ARO) and (CSA) Czech Airlines can serve on the Moscow - Prague route. Transaero (TRX) has been operating flights to Pardubice, near Prague, since 1996.
At the end of 2014, the European Commission (EC) approved plans for Travel Service (TFS) to take a 34% shareholding in national carrier (CSA).
April 2015: Czech airline company Travel Service (TVS) has completed acquisition of a 34% stake in Czech Airlines (CSA), becoming (CSA)’s newest and 2nd largest shareholder. The deal was approved by the European Commission (EC) in December 2014.
As a result of the transaction, Korean Air (KAL) remains the major shareholder, with 44%, followed by Travel Service (TVS) (34%), Czech Aeroholding (19.735%), and Pojišovna (2.265%).
Czech Airlines (CSA) said it viewed “the entry of Travel Service (TVS) into its management structure as an important step towards enhancing the management principles of a private business entity and an opportunity to continue transforming (CSA) into a modern European air carrier.”
(CSA)'s board of directors remains unchanged, and the restructuring process approved by shareholders in September 2014 continues, with the emphasis on increasing operational efficiency, and changing the company’s business model and routes management.
Travel Service (TVS) was founded in 1997 and operates scheduled and charter flights under the SmartWings (SMW) brand (since 2004) and private business jet services (since 2007).
May 2015: A320-214 (2158, TS-INQ), ex-(EI-FDV), Nouvelair Tunisei (NOU) leased.
January 2017: Czech leisure carrier Travel Service (TSF) has finalized an order for +5 additional Boeing 737 MAX 8s, valued at $550 at list prices.
(TSF), which is the Central and Eastern European launch operator for the 737 MAX 8, is scheduled to receive 30 direct-purchased and leased 737 MAX airplanes starting in 2018.
(TSF) placed an order for 3 of the type at the Paris Air Show in 2013 and operates a mixed fleet that includes 32 737s.
In January 2016, Travel Service (TSF) leased a further 16 737 MAX 8s. A (TSF) spokeswoman said it aimed to operate 40 737 MAX 8s by 2025.
The (CFM) International (LEAP-1B) is the sole-source engine for the MAX, which is scheduled to enter service in mid-2017 with launch customer Southwest Airlines (SWA).
Travel Service (TSF) operates scheduled flights under the SmartWings (SMW) brand.
September 2017: Haiti-based Sunrise Airways (SRS) is acquiring a 168-seat Boeing 737-800, through a wet-lease agreement with Czech-based Travel Service (TSF). The new airplane will be used on new routes to Orlando and Miami from its Port-au-Prince hub. The new Orlando service begins October 18; Miami service will launch November 14.
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TSF-737-86N - 2012-01
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0 737-3H9 (CFM56-3) (1524-24140, YU-ANV), (JAT) WET-LEASED, RETURNED 2002-01.
0 737-4Q8 (CFM56-3B2) (1627-24234, /88 OK-TVP), EX-(ABL), (ILF) 5 MONTH LEASED 2000-06, RETURNED 2001-12, LEASED TO (SAQ).
0 737-4Y0 (CFM56-3C1) (1647-23870, /89 OK-TVR), "D" CHECK AT (BMA), (BBB) LEASED 1999-04, RETURNED FROM (JOR) 2001-05. RETURNED FROM (FGC) 2005-10. 168Y.
1 737-4YO (CFM56-3C1) (2033-24911, /91, OK-TVS), EX-(NOE), (GEF) 8 YEAR LEASED, RETURNED 2001-11, WET-LEASED TO (TSF) HUNGARY. TRANSFERRED TO (TSF) HUNGARY 2004-11 (HA-LKA). 168Y.
2 737-522 (CFM56-3C1) (2440-26696, /93 OK-SWV; 2498-26703, /93 OK-SWU), WET-LEASED TO (TVS) 2005-03. 111Y.
2 737-530 (CFM56-3B1) (1933-24815, /90 OK-SWY; 1958-24816, /90 OK-SWZ), EX-(DLH) 2004-04, SMART WINGS (TVS) OPERATIONS. 103Y.
1 737-8AS (CFM56-7B) (29926, YR-BIB), (BLD) WET-LEASED 2010-06.
1 737-8BK (CFM56-7B) (29643, OK-TVN), (TCI) LEASED 2010-02. WET-LEASED TO TRAVEL SERVICE POLAND 2012-04. 186Y.
0 737-8CX (CFM56-7B26) (32360, OK-TVO), MACQUARIE AIRFINANCE LEASED 2010-06, EX-(PR-GOK). 186Y.
1 737-8CX (CFM56-7B26) (1125-32362, /02 OK-TVB), (GAX) LEASED 2002-05. WITH WINGLETS. LEASED TO INDOCHINA AIRLINES (IDC) 2009-01. 186Y.
1 737-8FH (CFM56-7B) (29669, OK-TVF), WET-LEASED TO SUNWING AIRLINES. 186Y.
2 737-8FN (CFM56-7B) (3147-37076, OK-TVL, 2010-01; 3163-37077, OK-TVM, 2010-02). 186Y.
2 737-8GJ (CFM56-7B) (37365, VT-SGQ; 37366, VT-SGU), (ROJ) LEASED 2013-06. 186Y.
1 737-8Q8 (CFM56-7B26) (1471-29351, OK-TVJ), RETURNED FROM (SWG), EX-(C-FTAH). 186Y.
1 737-8Q8 (CFM56-7B26) (2257-30719, OK-TVG, 2007-05; 2604-35275, OK-TVH, 2008-05), (ILF) LEASED 2007-05. RETURNED. 35275; LEASED TO (SML) 2010-04. 30719; MACQUARIE AIRFINANCE LEASED 2010-06. 186Y.
1 737-808 (CFM56-7B) (1958-34704, C-FTDW - - SEE PHOTO - - "TSF-737-808-2009-05"), (SWG) WET-LEASED 2009-05. WITH WINGLETS. 186Y.
1 737-86N (CFM56-7B26) (869-32243, /01 OK-TVA), (GEF) 10 YEAR LEASED 2001-06. WITH WINGLETS. RETURNED FROM (WRC), WET-LEASED TO INDOCHINA AIRLINES (IDC) 2009-01. WET-LEASED TO TRAVEL SERVICE SLOVAKIA 2010-04. 186Y.
0 737-86N (CFM56-7B26) (514-28618, /00 OK-TVQ "VITAVA"), (GEH) LEASED 2000-05, TRANSFERRED TO (VSG) 2003-02, WITH (EC-ILX). WET-LEASED TO (PLU) 2007-02. TO (JTX) 2008-09. WITH WINGLETS. 186Y.
1 737-86N (CFM56-7B26) (285-28595, /99 OK-TVD), EX-(RAM), (GEF) LEASED 2003-04. WET-LEASED TO (MAS) 2005-10. WITH WINGLETS. 186Y.
1 737-86N (CFM56-7B) (32672, VT-SPW), EX-(PH-HSY), EX-(ROJ) 2013-06. WITH WINGLETS. 186Y.
1 737-86N (CFM56-7B26) (32740, OV-TVK), WITH WINGLETS. 186Y.
2 737-86N (CFM56-7B26) (36027, OK-TVV; 3899-39394, OK-TVT - -SEE PHOTO - - "TSF-737-86N - 2012-01"), (GEF) LEASED 2011-01, 39394; WET-LEASED TO SUNWING (SWG) FOR WINTER SCHEDULE. 36027; LEASED TO OMAN AIR (OMR) 2013-01. WITH WINGLETS. 186Y.
1 737-86N (CFM56-7B26) (2618-38018, /11 OM-TVR), 2012-11. WITH WINGLETS. 186Y.
2 737-86Q (CFM56-7B26) (963-30278, /01 OK-TVC; 1469-30294, /04 OK-TVE), (BOU) LEASED, RETURNED FROM (OMR) 2002-09. WITH WINGLETS. 30294, TRANSFERRED TO (TSF) HUNGARY 2004-11 AS (HA-LKB). 30278; WET-LEASED TO (MAS) 2005-10. WET-LEASED TO (WRC) 2008-12. 186Y.
2/2 ORDERS 737-900ER (CFM56-7B):
30 ORDERS (2018-02) 737 MAX 8 (LEAP-1B), (GEF) LEASED:
1 767-383ER (PW4060) (395-25365, /91 TF-FIB - - SEE ATTACHED PHOTO - - "TSF-767-2008-01"), AVIATION INVESTORS LEASED, (ICE) WET-LEASED TO (AV8) 2003-12. RETURNED FROM (AV8) 2004-04. (ICE) WET-LEASED TO (BRI) 2004-05. (ICE) WET-LEASED TO (EXD) 2004-06. (ICE) WET-LEASED TO (BBR) 2006-10. (ICE) WET-LEASED 2009-01. 30C, 239Y.
0/0 ORDER 787-8 DREAMLINER, CANCELLED ORDER 2013-08.
2 A320-211 (CFM56-5A1) (333, YL-LCA, 2010-05; 446, YL-LCF), (LAJ) WET-LEASED. 180Y.
1 A320-212 (0299, LY-VEZ), EX-(PH-AAZ), AVION EXPRESS LEASED 2013-06. 180Y.
1 A320-214 (2158, TS-INQ), EX-(EI-FDV) NOUVELAIR TUNISEI (NOU) LEASED 2015-05. 180Y.
1 A320-231 (169, SE-RJN), AIR SWEDEN (SXN) LEASED 2010-06, EX-(N196AG). 180Y.
1 CESSNA 680 CITATION SOVEREIGN, BUSINESS JET (PW306C), 9F.
JIRI KAPLAN, PRESIDENT.
ROMAN VIK, DIRECTOR GENERAL.
MICHAL TOMIS, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR (2002-01).
PAVEL VESELY, DIRECTOR FLIGHT OPERATIONS.
PAVEL STRNAD, CHIEF PILOT.
PETR MUNZ, DIRECTOR TECHNICAL.
PETER SUJAN, DIRECTOR COMMERCIAL.
ZELMIRA HARANTOVA, DIRECTOR GROUND OPERATIONS.
JAN STASTNY, AIR SAFETY.