Amsterdam Airlines was a Dutch charter airline with its head office in Schiphol-Rijk on the grounds of Amsterdam Airport Schiphol in Haarlemmermeer, Netherlands. Founded in 2007, Amsterdam Airlines used to provide both charter and wet lease services. It ceased its operation on October 31, 2011 and went bankrupt on November 22 of the same year.
|Ceased operations||31 October 2011|
|Hubs||Amsterdam Schiphol Airport Maastricht Aachen Airport|
|Headquarters||Amsterdam Airport Schiphol|
|Key people||Ayhan Kara (CEO), Jaap Horsten (Managing director)|
At the time of closure, Amsterdam Airlines' fleet consisted of 3 aircraft:
Amsterdam Airlines' first aircraft, an Airbus A320, arrived at Schiphol on 18 June 2008 from Mexico City via Gander, Canada. The aircraft (MSN 430), was on lease from ILFC, and is registered PH-AAX. Their second aircraft, registration PH-AAY (MSN 527), entered service mid-2009 and a third aircraft, registration PH-AAZ (MSN 299) was delivered on 18 April 2011. Two aircraft have been returned to their lessors. The flights are taken over by ML Tours Strategic Airlines but at the moment Corendon Nederland Airlines NLD operates these flights.
- "Contact Us Archived 2011-07-07 at the Wayback Machine." Amsterdam Airlines. Retrieved on 20 February 2011. "Office Address: Het Poortgebouw Beech Avenue 54–80 1119 PW Schiphol-Rijk The Netherlands."
- "Amsterdam Airlines staakt vliegoperaties onmiddellijk". Luchtvaart Nieuws (in Dutch). 31 October 2011.
- "Faillissement Amsterdam Airlines uitgesproken". ED.nl (in Dutch). 22 November 2011.
- "Amsterdam Airlines Fleet". Archived from the original on 30 October 2010.
- "Eerste vliegtuig Amsterdam Airlines aangekomen op Schiphol". Luchtvaart Nieuws (in Dutch). 22 June 2008.
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