Small Planet Airlines Cambodia
Small Planet Airlines Cambodia is the proposed name of Small Planet Group's potential Cambodian subsidiary. The holding group plans to introduce a new Asian subsidiary in order to reduce the effects of seasonality on its business model - a model that up until now has meant providing primarily European holiday charters through its Lithuanian, Polish and German operations. Small Planet Group ended a five-year agreement with Sky Angkor to operate chartered services to North Asian destinations, including China, South Korea and Vietnam, and sought a more secure foothold in the market. Small Planet sought to established a Thai subsidiary in 2015, but abandoned the plans since the government suspended certification processes amid political reform. Cambodia's State Secretariat of Civil Aviation (SSCA) confirmed Small Planet applied for an air operator's certificate in Sep-2016, seeking to establish a Cambodian carrier to be based at Siem Reap. According to Small Planet, the start-up will operate charter flights from Siem Reap to destinations in South Korea and China in lieu of the failed Sky Angkor deal. Subject to AOC approval, Small Planet Airlines Cambodia plans to operate with two A320s, then expand its fleet to six aircraft by 2020. Small Planet Group expects to receive approval in 2017.
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