Small Planet enters UK market

November 23: Lithuianian carrier Small Planet Airlines is to position a Boeing 737-300 at Bristol airport from December 2010 to support contracts to the Canary Island and several European ski resorts over the winter 2011 season.
Vytautas Kaikaris, Chief Executive Officer of Small Planet Airlines said “From December we start our operations from United Kingdom and Ireland with an initial three charter contracts for the winter season and one for the upcoming summer. Our plans in UK and Ireland are long-term and we are going to work hard to earn the confidence of tour operators and their customers. Our aim is to make passengers feel the spirit of vacation from their first minute on board of our aircraft”.
Small Planet Airlines will initially operate weekly charter flights Bristol-Chambery for tour operator Esprit, Cork-Fuerteventura for Irish tour operator Sunway and Dublin-Geneva for tour operator Topflight.
The airline operates a fleet of five Boeing 737-300s and flies from Lithuania, Estonia, Poland, Italy and the UK.