Hibernian Airlines increases Irish charter market activity

                                                                  


Air Nostrum's Irish subsidiary Hibernian Airlines has recently increased charter activity business in the Irish market operating a series of flights to Belfast and Dublin on behalf of clients.

EI-HBA Mitsubishi CRJ-1000 msn 19020 operated Skopje (SKP)- Belfast (BFS)- Hamburg (HAM) on 11th April as HG1572/HG1210 and Toulouse (TLS)-Dublin (DUB)-Hamburg (HAM) as HG1641/1442 on 12th May.

EI-HBB Mitsubishi CRJ-1000 msn 19049 operated a weekend charter on 6th/7th May Toulouse (TLS)-Dublin (DUB) - Toulouse (TLS) as HG1651/1650 and 22nd May  Rotterdam (RTM)-Dublin (DUB) - Hamburg (HAM) as HG1272/1573 on 22nd May.

The carrier's third aircraft EI-HBC Mitsubishi CRJ-1000 msn 19052 retuned to service on 16th May operating Valencia (VLC)-Hamburg (HAM) as HG141. 

The carrier has based Mitsubishi CRJ1000 aircraft EI-HBA and  EI-HBB in Milan Linate effective from 1st June operating on an ACMI  (Aircraft, Crew, Maintenance and Insurance) basis for ITA Airways on its domestic and European network, supplemented by a third aircraft from parent company Air Nostrum.

Hibernian Airlines is based in Dublin with operational bases in Hamburg (HAM) and Valencia (VLC) operating a fleet of 3 Mitsubishi CRJ1000 aircraft.

Image Credit: Hibernian Airlines

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