ABC Air Hungary

ABC Air Hungary Ltd. (Hungarian: ABC Air Hungary Kft.) was a cargo airline based at Budapest, Hungary. Its head office was located in Terminal 1 of Budapest Ferenc Liszt International Airport.[2] Founded in 1998, the company operated daily cargo flights with LET-410-UVP-E, SAAB 340A, ATR-42, Airbus 300 and Boeing 737-300.[3] The aircraft fleet consisted of three Let L-410 Turbolet in May 2010.[citation needed] It had also two SAAB 340A cargo variants. 2001 – the first long-term contract with DHL. 2003 – extension of the business with operation for TNT and UPS. Cargo charter flights for the biggest courier companies – DHL, UPS, FEDEX and TNT, based on direct contracts, or in co-operation with Bridges Worldwide.ABC operated also ad-hock charter flights. The airline is under reorganisation and planning to restart regular operations Q2/Q3 2017 using regional, narrow and wide body aircraft.

ABC Air [1]
IATA ICAO Callsign
AHU ABC HUNGARY
Founded1998
Ceased operationsNovember 20, 2015
Operating basesBudapest Ferenc Liszt International Airport
Fleet size2
HeadquartersBudapest, Hungary
Websitewww.abcair.net, www.myabcair.com
Terminal 1 of Budapest Ferenc Liszt International Airport, which was the airline's head office

FleetEdit

The fleet of ABC Air Hungary consisted of the following aircraft (November 2014):[4]

ABC Air Hungary fleet
Aircraft In Service Orders Notes
Saab 340 2
Total 2 0

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Hungaryhttps://centreforaviation.com/data/profiles/airlines/abc-air-hungary-ahu
  2. ^ Home page. ABC Air Hungary Ltd. Retrieved on 19 February 2012. "ABC Air Hungary Ltd. Budapest Ferihegy Airport 1."
  3. ^ List of airlines from Hungary, at airlineupdate.com Archived July 18, 2012, at archive.today
  4. ^ "ABC Air Hungary Fleet Details and History". www.planespotters.net. Retrieved 2022-01-12.

Ceased operations on November 20, 2015.[1]


  1. ^ Hungaryhttps://centreforaviation.com/data/profiles/airlines/abc-air-hungary-ahu