Belpmoos chartered King Air for Elba flights

Marina Di Campo Airport, Elba (Photo: Hengist Decius)
Marina Di Campo Airport, Elba (Photo: Hengist Decius)

Belpmoos chartered King Air for Elba flights

Marina Di Campo Airport, Elba (Photo: Hengist Decius)
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The tour operator Belpmoos Reisen will again offer the destination Marina di Campo (Elba) from Bern-Belp this year. This year the charter flights of Swiss Flight Services will be operated with Beechcraft King Air 350i.

The propeller aircraft used have eight seats and are usually used for VIP flights. The destination Elba has a long tradition from Bern-Belp and has already been served by various airlines such as InterSky, Zimex Aviation and SkyWork. Due to the local conditions at Marina di Campo Airport, there are restrictions on the machines that can take off and land there.

Belpmoos Reisen is obviously planning conservatively, because the capacity of the chartered aircraft is rather small with eight seats. So far, turboprops with 30 to 50 seats have been used. This year Marina di Campo is offered on Fridays. The flights are to be offered from September 3, 2021.

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