AlbaStar

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AlbaStar
Albastar logo.png
IATA ICAO Callsign
APLAVALBASTAR [1]
Founded30 November 2009
Commenced operations31 July 2010
Hubs
Fleet size5
Headquarters Palma, Spain
Key peoplePino D'Urso
Employees250
Website www.albastar.es

AlbaStar S.A., styled as AlbaStar, is a Spanish charter and scheduled airline [2] based at Palma de Mallorca Airport. [3] It is owned by Italian shareholders and Femar.

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History

It was founded in November 2009 by a joint venture between Italian and British entrepreneurs from the tourism and transport sector.

On 30 July 2010, it received an Air Operator's Certificate (E-AOC-106) and the Licence for the operation of passenger and cargo transport and on 31 July 2010 it began its own flight activity.

Destinations

As of October 2020, AlbaStar operates the following routes:

CountryCityAirportNotesRefs
Italy Catania Catania–Fontanarossa Airport
Trapani Trapani–Birgi Airport
Brindisi Brindisi Airport
Cuneo Cuneo International Airport
Milan Milan Malpensa Airport Hub
Naples Naples International Airport
Parma Parma Airport
Rome Leonardo da Vinci–Fiumicino Airport
Comiso Comiso Airport

Fleet

AlbaStar Boeing 737-800 AP AlbaStar.jpg
AlbaStar Boeing 737-800

As of September 2020 the AlbaStar fleet consists of the following aircraft: [4] [5]

AircraftIn ServiceOrdersPassengersNotes
Boeing 737-400F 118812
Boeing 737-800 4189
Total5

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