Holiday Europe, Bulgaria-based airline company, has started to operate flights on 24th of August. Holiday Europe’s first flight was from Antalya to Nuremberg with 218 passengers.
CEO of Holiday Europe Gearing up to start its flights with one Airbus 321 type aircraft, Holiday Europe will increase the number of its aircraft to 7 by October. Planning to operate charter flights from Europe to nearly 50 cities, especially Egypt, Dubai, the Canary Islands and Turkey with its seating capacity of 1,314 persons as of October, the airline company aims to keep growing in 2020.
Holiday Europe has executed bilateral agreements with Onur Air which has been operating in Turkey for more than 30 years in the fields of aircraft and technical maintenance hangar activities to provide fleet, crew and technical support. The Bulgaria-based airline company has come a long way to be able to operate flights in such a short time thanks to the logistics agreements executed with Onur Air.
Holiday Europe intends to employ its commercial vision to offer new opportunities to European-based charter touristic passengers that have been increasing substantially in the recent years.
Emphasizing that he believes that they will be able to eliminate a huge gap in the ever-developing traveling trends, Petko Christoff, CEO of Holiday Europe, said: “Our European-based airline company started to perform flights in this month, and will offer service to millions of passengers in the field of touristic charter transportation operations as of the end of 2019.”
Aiming to be one of the top-ranking European touristic charter carriers by 2022, Holiday Europe has developed a structure with a fleet of Airbus aircraft completely.
The company which established the head office in Sofia locates at OOD 11 Arsenalski Blvd. fl.7, office 11 1421 and serves to the customers at the web site www.holidayeurope.bg