It is understood that the airline will operate to destinations in Greece, Spain, Albania and Croatia.
Polish Civil Aviation regulations require that at least one aircraft be registered in Poland. Currently, the airline has Boeing 737-800 SP-RSA in its fleet. The aircraft was previously registered as EI-FEE.
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