Monday, 1 November 2010

BIA airport impact? Bath Travel- owned Palmair changes in Policy


Bath Travel-owned Palmair is releasing its single aircraft in a bid to safeguard the long term future of its tour operation.

The Boeing 737-500 will make its last flight tomorrow (Saturday) and then be returned to the leasing company. Palmair has been operating from Bournemouth Airport since 1958.

But managing director David Skillicorn said the move was necessary to secure its long term future.

The operator, which employs 25 people, had previously announced a reduced service this winter. Skillicorn said: “We're not immune to what's going on around us - the airline industry has had a totally horrible, miserable yea r.

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