News Listings for Pullmantur Air

  • Workshop

    News | 29 Sep 2003 23:00

    Spanish start-up operator Pullmantur Air has signed a "Total Technical Support" maintenance deal with Lufthansa Technik (LHT) for its two Boeing 747 Classics. Work will be performed at Madrid Barajas airport. Meanwhile, Lufthansa's Star Alliance partner Austrian Airlines is the first customer outside the Lufthansa Group to sign up for work at LHT Budapest in Hungary. Five Airbus A321s and six A320-200s will be serviced under a five-year deal. Boeing and Air France Industries have set up a 777-component services programme to give airlines worldwide rapid access to critical components while reducing inventory holding, repair and administrative costs. Air Austral is the first customer for the service, which will allow airlines to reduce their inventory of dispatch critical line replaceable units.
  • Marketplace

    News | 09 Jun 2003 23:00

    Nairobi-based cargo and charter company East African Safari Air has leased an ex-Martinair Holland Boeing 767-300ER from International Lease Finance for services from Mombasa and Nairobi to Paris and Rome. The airline is not connected to Uganda's East African Airlines, which was previously reported to have leased the aircraft. Spanish start-up operator Pullmantur Air has acquired its first aircraft, an ex-Air Atlanta Icelandic, General Electric CF6-80C2-powered Boeing 747-300. The 15-year-old aircraft is being taken on medium-term lease from Ansett Worldwide to support the European fly-cruise holiday market. It will operate between Spain and points in the Caribbean, transporting passengers to and from the company's established fleet of cruise ships in the West Indies and Bahamas. Air Atlanta Icelandic has signed a 12-month contract with Universal Airlines, based in Guyana, to provide a Boeing 767-300ER. The service, starting this month, involves passenger operations between Georg