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FlyServus

Virtual Carrier
Failed to Launch
IATA: n/a
ICAO: AUN
Main hub: Crotone Airport
Country/Territory: Italy

About

Flyservus was a proposed virtual carrier to be based in Crotone Airport. The carrier planned to offer scheduled services from Crotone to destinations in Italy and UK. Flyservus was the trading name of Common Sky, an Austrian based airline which would operate the services. Common Sky was last reported to have tendered its AOC, formerly operated by Mapjet, for sale in Jan-2019. It is presumed the start-up has failed to launch.

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