Hermes Aviation, styled as and known as Fly Hermes was a start-up Maltese airline, based at the Skypark Business Center, Malta International Airport in Luqa.[1] Hermes Aviation provided scheduled and charter flights for passengers, cargo and mail.[1][2]

Hermes Aviation
IATA ICAO Callsign
Commenced operations2014
Ceased operations2015
AOC #M-19[1]
Operating basesMalta International Airport[1]
Fleet size1
HeadquartersLuqa, Malta

The first scheduled services began on 15 December 2014, with routes from Turin to Malta via Comiso and Palermo.[3] The service was halted in January 2015, following the revocation of the airline's AOC as a result of numerous delays and flight cancellations.

History edit

Hermes Aviation was founded in 2014, with its first aircraft delivered on 31 May 2014 from the Italian carrier Blue Panorama Airlines. During the summer 2014 peak season the aircraft was leased to Italian airline Mistral Air and based at Il Caravaggio International Airport in Bergamo, Italy, to operate charter service to leisure destinations in Greece and Spain.[4]

Destinations edit

Country City Airport Notes Refs
Italy Comiso Comiso Airport begins 15 December 2014 [4]
Italy Palermo Falcone–Borsellino Airport begins 15 December 2014 [4]
Italy Turin Turin Airport begins 15 December 2014 [4]
Malta Luqa Malta International Airport Hub [4]

Fleet edit

9H-HER, Hermes Aviation's only aircraft

As of November 2014, the Hermes Aviation fleet consists of just one aircraft with an age of 24.6 years.[5][6] Fleet
Aircraft In Service Passengers
Boeing 737-400 1 164
Total 1

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