ASL Airlines Spain

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ASL Airlines Spain
ASL Airlines Spain logo.svg
IATA ICAO Callsign
PVPNRSKYJET
Founded1987
Commenced operationsDecember 1988
Ceased operationsAugust 2018
Hubs Madrid–Barajas
Secondary hubs Barcelona–El Prat, Seville, Valencia, Vitoria, Zaragoza
Fleet size8
Parent company ASL Aviation Group
Headquarters Madrid–Barajas Airport, Spain
Website aslairlines.es

ASL Airlines Spain, formerly PAN Air Líneas Aéreas S.A., was a cargo airline based at Madrid–Barajas International Airport, Spain. Its main hub was at Madrid–Barajas International Airport with small hubs at Barcelona–El Prat, Seville, Valencia, Vitoria and Zaragoza.

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PAN Air BAe 146-200QT operated for TNT Express TNT Airways, EC-ELT, BAe 146 (17059901085).jpg
PAN Air BAe 146-200QT operated for TNT Express

The airline mainly operated on the TNT Express European Network. It also provided ad hoc charters.

History

PAN Air was established in 1987 and started operations in December 1988. The airline was formerly owned by TNT Express Spain. On 5 February 2016 ASL Aviation Group announced it had agreed to purchase PAN Air on the condition that FedEx takes over TNT Express. PAN Air was later renamed ASL Airlines Spain.

ASL Airlines Spain ceased operations in August 2018. [1]

Fleet

The ASL Airlines Spain fleet consisted of the following aircraft (as of September 2016): [2] [3]

ASL Airlines Spain Fleet
AircraftIn ServiceOrdersPassengersNotes
British Aerospace 146-300QT 8
Total8

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References

  1. http://www.aslairlines.es/
  2. "Global Airline Guide 2016 (Part Two)". Airliner World. November 2016. p. 32.

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