|Parent company||Onur Air (49%)|
In the beginning of August 2019, it was announced Turkish airline, Onur Air, would invest in the new airline. Onur provided the new airline with its first aircraft an Airbus A321 and it will continue to support the airline technically and logistically until further notice. Onur Air owns 49% of Holiday Europe, thereby staying within the limits of non-EU ownership of an airline with an EU AOC
The airline operates charter flights out of several European airports to leisure destinations in the Mediterranean, the Canary Islands, Egypt, Turkey and The Middle East. The airline plans to operate flights from 50 cities by 2022.
As of October 2019, the Holiday Europe fleet consists of the following aircraft:
|Airbus A321neo||—||1||220||To be transferred from Onur Air|
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