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27 September 2013 One Comment

valahia airO noua companie aeriana romaneasca se pregateste sa intre puternic pe piata. Valahia Air este numele acestia iar primul (sau al doilea?) aparat din flota a fost prins in poza prin Germania.

Valahia Air va efectua zboruri sub titulatura Flywings Airlines, primul aparat din flota, un Fokker 100 asteptand cuminte, vopsit in noile culori si inmatriculat in Romania (YR-FLW), undeva prin Germania.

Putine lucruri se stiu despre noul operator. Din informatiile disponibile pe internet, “taticii” companiei sunt doi oameni controversati, avand legaturi cu defuncta MIA Airlines. Documentele oficiale de la Ministerul Transporturilor arata ca Valahia Air are o licenta valida din august 2012 si ca sediul societatii este… pe la sediul Autoritatii Aeronautice Civila Romana.

Deocamdata, Valahia Air opereaza de pe Aeroportul Baneasa doar un Piper PA 34 –200T, inmatriculat YR- RAF.

Pentru ca informatiile-s putine si destul de neclare (se vorbeste inclusiv de curse intre Germania si Macedonia operate de Valahia Air cu aparate MD-80 sau de preluarea unui Boeing 737 din Bulgaria), ne oprim aici. Daca cineva stie mai multe detalii, este rugat sa ni le dea si noua, pentru a le putea prezenta.

Informatia despre noul avion Valahia Air vine via airbuzz.ro

Foto: Wilfried Broemmelmeyer / Sursa:: PlanePictures.Netvalahia airA new Romanian airline is preparing to enter in this field. Valahia (Wallachia) Air is the name of this new airline and the first (or second?) plane of the fleet was photographed in Germany.

Valahia Air will conduct flights under the name Flywings Airlines and the first plane of its fleet, a Fokker 100, is waiting patiently, painted in new colors and registered in Romania (YR-FLW), somewhere in Germany.

For now, Valahia Air operates from Baneasa Airport just a Piper PA 34-200T, registrated YR-RAF.

Photo: Wilfried Broemmelmeyer / Source: PlanePictures.Net

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