SmartLynx starts charter flights from Germany

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SmartLynx starts charter flights from Germany

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The Latvian charter airline SmarLynx will offer connections to the Canary Islands Fuerteventura, Gran Canaria and Tenerife from Hamburg, Hanover, Düsseldorf and Munich in autumn 2021, the company confirmed.

The flights are not carried out on their own account, but on behalf of Involatus. The company mentioned specializes in chartering aircraft and selling the capacity to tour operators on its own account. Involatus occasionally also offers remaining spaces in single space sales.

For the time being, it is planned to fly in October and November 2021: “The ongoing travel restrictions and the hesitant course of vaccinations show that the demand for air travel will probably focus on autumn. We see a disproportionately high number of incoming bookings, especially in October ”, Involatus boss Erkan Türkoral told FVW.

At Smartlynx, the former Managing Director of Small Planet Germany, Oliver Pawel, acts as Country Manager for the Federal Republic of Germany. Before that, he worked for Germania, among others. The summer of 2018 was actually extremely strong, but also went down ingloriously in history due to countless delays. In the case of the Small Planet Group, the extent was so drastic that the group collapsed under claims for damages from passengers and tour operators and all of the group’s airlines were dissolved.

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