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Saturday, 20 April 2019
|Ryanair Boeing 737-800|
The carrier's fleet has grown from 17 to 20 aircraft following the transfer of a further three aircraft from parent company Ryanair DAC.
A further five aircraft are to be added in due course growing fleet to 25 aircraft in summer 2019.
Ryanair Sun CEO Michał Kaczmarzyk said "Following a successful year of growth for Ryanair Sun, we are delighted that our planes will have a new and unique branding as we launch Buzz. Our goal is to offer services at the highest level to both customers and tour-operators. Buzz will continue to operate scheduled and charter flights, with our fleet growing to 25 aircraft by summer 2019.”
Next Autumn Ryanair Sun fleet will be re-branded as Buzz with its own website and app operating on a Polish Air Operator’s Certificate (AOC).
Ryanair Holdings Group comprises of four airlines Ryanair DAC, Laudamotion and Ryanair UK and Ryanair Sun.
EI-FZA MSN 44774 to SP-RSQ Ferried Frankfurt Hahn to Wroclaw 2 April on delivery.
EI-FZB MSN 44775 to SP-RST & Ferried Frankfurt Hahn to Wroclaw 2 April on delivery.
EI-FZC MSN 44776 to SP-RSU & Ferried Frankfurt Hahn to Warsaw Modlin 2 April on delivery.
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