Fly A plans to launch in 2013 offering low-cost trans-Atlantic services. The carrier is headed by James Cook who previously created Fly Baboo which was later acquired by Darwin Airline. Fly A will be headquartered in Geneva and plans to compete with full-service carriers on trans-Atlantic routes from Europe to the US. Fly A has identified 10 potential departure points in Europe, from where three leased 408-seat A330 aircraft will operate.
Location of Fly A main hub (Geneva Airport)
LCCs will continue to evolve into hybrids of the original core model. CAPA and OAG consider Fly A fits the LCC profile and it is included in our reporting on this basis. Please note: when reporting for an airline is changed from or to LCC the historical data is not affected and it can lead to a distortion in the current reported data. Contact us if you have any queries.
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