AIS Airlines

AIS Airlines
Aisairlineslogo.png
IATA ICAO Callsign
PNX SPINNER
Founded2009
Operating basesTorsby Airport
Fleet size3
Destinations3
HeadquartersLelystad Airport
Key peopleArend van der Meer (CEO)
Websiteaisairlines.nl

AIS Airlines is a Dutch airline headquartered at Lelystad Airport in the Netherlands.[1] In addition to scheduled flights, it operates charter and wet lease services. The company operates international charters and scheduled services between Denmark and the Netherlands, as well as domestic scheduled services in Germany and Sweden.

The AIS Group also includes AIS Technics which provides technical support and the AIS Flight Academy. The AIS Flight Academy is a flight school located at Lelystad Airport and is engaged in the integrated training of commercial pilots (ATPL(A)). In addition to the flight school, AIS has a so-called 'type training' for the Jetstream 31/32. AIS's Jetstream full flight simulator is the only approved simulator for this aircraft type in the world.

Overview

The company started as a flight school and then expanded into the airline business. The airline started an expansion of scheduled routes, mainly within Germany, in 2014, including some formerly served by the now-defunct OLT Express Germany. Flights from Bremen to Luxembourg, Malmö and Nuremberg were announced for autumn 2014, but these plans were later cancelled.[2] By January 2015, AIS Airlines additionally took over some Swedish domestic routes under its own brand, that it formerly operated on behalf of Direktflyg.[3]

On February 27, 2020, AIS Airlines discontinued the Münster-Osnabrück route to Copenhagen (via Groningen).[4]

As of October 2021, AIS Airlines only operates the Torsby route to Stockholm Arlanda via Hagfors on behalf of Amapola Flyg.

Destinations

A British Aerospace Jetstream 32 of AIS Airlines at Lelystad Airport, with some of the aircraft of the AIS flying school in the background

AIS Airlines serves the following scheduled destinations:[5]

Sweden (on behalf of Amapola Flyg)[6][7]

Fleet

As of October 2021, the AIS Airlines fleet consists of the following aircraft:[8]

AIS Airlines Fleet
Aircraft In Service Orders Passengers
(Economy)
Notes
British Aerospace Jetstream 32 9 [9] 0 19
Total 9 0

References

  1. ^ "Contact Archived 2015-01-06 at the Wayback Machine." AIS Airlines. Retrieved on 7 January 2015. "AIS Airlines Flamingoweg 20 8218 NW Lelystad-Airport The Netherlands"
  2. ^ "AIS Airlines: Viel angekündigt, wenig geflogen". Archived from the original on 2014-10-15.
  3. ^ "AIS Airlines assumes majority of Direktflyg´s remaining network". Archived from the original on 2015-06-29.
  4. ^ "AIS reduziert Präsenz in Münster/Osnabrueck". 2020-02-27. german
  5. ^ "Book - AIS Airlines". Archived from the original on 2013-12-14.
  6. ^ "Flygplan" (in Swedish). amapola.nu. Retrieved 2019-12-22.
  7. ^ Klart med avtal för flygtrafik till norra Sverige
  8. ^ "About - AIS Airlines". Archived from the original on 2015-09-11.
  9. ^ https://www.ilent.nl/onderwerpen/luchtvaartuigregister/documenten/publicaties/2021/06/07/aircraft-registrations---luchtvaartuigregister[dead link]

External links

  • www.aisairlines.nl Official website
  • aisflightacademy.com
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