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Gullivair, new air carrier of Bulgaria

Ambitious goals to be achieved by the summer

A name that takes its cue directly from literature: GullivAir is the name chosen for the new air carrier of Bulgaria, a project inspired by the giant imagined by Jonathan Swift . The website of this company does not yet provide many indications and details, the fact is that it is officially operational with the first flight connections. We are talking about it with greater conviction in the last few hours given that GullivAir has just obtained the operating license, despite the fact that the fleet is not so "large". For the moment, the Eastern European airline can only count on an A-330-200 built 14 years ago and used for a long time by the Dutch airline KLM.

The goal is now to charter two more aircraft of the same time, namely those that were made to take off and land on behalf of Turkish Airlines. As for the routes, so far GullivAir has limited itself to charter flights; for example, last October there were two destinations, namely the Bahamas and China (Yangzhou specifically). Just in this month of December which is now halfway through, there was only one connection with the English city of Birmingham. The livery is simple, with only the blue and white colors that characterize this Bulgarian carrier. The growth plans for 2021 are ambitious and encouraging, one of the most interesting goals to be achieved is undoubtedly the flight to New York by next summer. On the subject read also the news published by AVIONEWS.

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AVIONEWS - World Aeronautical Press Agency