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FORMED IN 1992 AND STARTED OPERATIONS IN 1993. FOUNDED AS WHITE EAGLE AVIATION (WEG). DOMESTIC & INTERNATIONAL, CHARTER PASSENGER & CARGO, JET AIRPLANE SERVICES.
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PL-02-146 WARSAW, POLAND
Poland (Republic of Poland) was established in 1918. It covers an area of 312,683 km. Its official language is Polish. The population is 40 million. The capital city is Warsaw.
FEBRUARY 2000: EXECUTIVE CHARTER SERVICES TO NORTH AFRICA & MEDITERRANEAN.
1 ORDER (5/00) 737-400 LEASED, EX-HAPAG LLOYD (HAP).
MAY 2000: 1ST CHARTER FLIGHT TO HURGHADA, EGYPT.
1 737-4K5 HGW (1707-24127, /89 40 14), EX-HAPAG LLOYD (HAP), DEFAG LEASED. YAK-40 (9211821, SP-FYU) RETURNED TO IRAN.
SEPTEMBER 2000: COLOR SCHEME IS WHITE FUSELAGE WITH LARGE WEA LETTERS AFT OF FORWARD DOOR, WITH DARK BLUE TAIL, WITH WHITE EAGLE MOTIF.
FEBRUARY 2001: WHITE EAGLE AVIATION (WEG) IS NEGOTIATING WITH TWIN TOURS INTERNATIONAL (TUI), THE LARGEST TRAVEL CONGLOMERATE IN THE WORLD, TO SELL 20% OF (WEG), TO TUI.
APRIL 2001: 2ND 737-4K5 (JT8D-15A) (24126), EX-HAPAG LLOYD (HAP), DEFAG LEASED.
AUGUST 2001: PREUSSAG TOUR GROUP, HANOVER/BERLIN, TAKES 29.3% STAKE IN WHITE EAGLE (WEG), TO FORM STRATEGIC ALLIANCE.
OCTOBER 2001: 2 L410-UVP-E'S (892215, SP-KTA; 902504, SP-KTB) DELIVERIES.
DECEMBER 2001: A NEW MAINTENANCE HANGAR IS UNDER CONSTRUCTION AT WARSAW OKECIE AIRPORT.
+2 ORDERS 737'S FOR SUMMER SEASON.
MARCH 2002: 194 EMPLOYEES. (firstname.lastname@example.org).
1 737-4K5 (24126) RETURNED TO HAPAG LLOYD (HAP).
APRIL 2002: (http://www.whiteeagle.com.pl).
PARENT ORGANIZATION/SHAREHOLDERS: CURTIS GROUP (71.7%); PREUSSAG TOUR OPERATORS (29.3%).
1 737-4K5 (24125), HAPAG-LLOYD (HAP) WET-LEASED.
July 2002: 3rd 737-4K5 (24128, SP-KEN), Haapag-Lloyd (HAP) leased, painted in new TUI brand livery.
December 2002: 737-804 (28229, SE-DZI), Britannia Nordik (TNS) wet-leased. 737-4K5 (24128, SP-KEN) returned to Hapag Lloyd (HAP).
March 2003: Suspends all charter passenger operations from April 2003, because its competition (LOT) Polish Airlines and the new Air Polonia (APL) have offered better rates to travel agencies for the summer season. 737-400's will be transferred to Hapag Lloyd Express (HLX).
737-8K5 (27991), Hapag Lloyd (HAP) wet-leased to replace 737-804 (28229) returned to (TNS).
April 2003: 214 employees.
March 2004: (FAA) Safety Oversight upgrades Poland to Category 1.
In May 2004, Poland and 9 other Eastern European and Baltic states will become members of the European Union (EU), and thus will have to adopt the (EU)'s 3rd package of deregulation.
April 2004: Changed its name from White Eagle Aviation to "GLOBUS."
Next month, Mochengladbach - Heringsdorf (ATR42, 2/week).
April 2009: White Eagle Aviation (WEG) operates domestic, international charter and ad hoc, cargo jet airplane services as "Globus."
70 employees (including 21 Flight Crew (FC); 3 Cabin Attendants (CXA); & 3 Maintenance Technicians (MT)).
(IATA) Code: SA. (ICAO) Code: WEA.
Parent organization/shareholders: Katarzyna Frank-Niemczycka (50%); & Zbiqnien Niemezycki (50%).
Main Base: Warsaw Frederic Chopin airport (WAW).
October 2009: The Association of European Airlines said Polish air navigation services provider (PANSA) will raise fees next year by +62% for operations to/from Polish airports and by +32% for flights through national airspace "to compensate for the loss in traffic due to the economic crisis."
December 2009: 737-83N (28648), (GECAS) (GEF) leased, delivery, ex-Gol (GOT), ex-(PR-GOZ).
May 2010: Ceased operations.