Air Asturias

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Air Asturias
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Founded2005
Ceased operations2007
Operating bases Asturias Airport
Headquarters Avilés, Asturias, Spain
Websitewww.pyrenair.es (defunct)

Air Asturias was a short-lived airline based in Oviedo/Asturias, Spain. Its operations were started by LTE in November 2006 and ceased on January 26, 2007.

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History

The airline was established on 13 July 2005 and never started its own operations because Air Asturias never obtained its airline certificate. LTE started operations in behalf Air Asturias on 6 November 2006 [1] using LTE's airline certificate and an Airbus A320-214 aircraft. [2] It ceased operations on January 26, 2007. [1]

Destinations

As of January 2007 LTE operated services to the following destinations in behalf of Air Asturias:[ citation needed ]

Fleet

Air Asturias fleet never included any plane. The following LTE's plane was painted in Air Asturias color scheme: [3]

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References

  1. 1 2 Flight International 27 March 2007
  2. Airliner World January 2007
  3. "Qué fue de… Air Asturias | Prima Air | Euskal Air- NortJet". Archived from the original on 2016-09-23. Retrieved 2015-06-09.