Islas Afortunadas Air

Low Cost Carrier
Failed to Launch
IATA: n/a
ICAO: n/a


Islas Afortunadas Air was a proposed Spanish start-up LCC that planned to launch operations from Gran Canaria Las Palmas Airport, in the Canary Island. It planned to launch Gran Canaria-Tenerife services, utilising an all-leased fleet of 10 BAe 146s and two A320s. Islas Afortunadas was scheduled to commence operations in 4Q2013, but failed to launch. It's official has been shut down.

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