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Wizz Air Hungary 

Wizz Air Hungary started its operation in 2003.

The A-320 / A-321 fleet consists 200 aircraft including 


Wizz Air UK / founded 2017

Wizz Air Abu Dhabi / founded 2019

Wizz Air Malta / founded 2022

The aircraft HA-LTA was the 100th Wizzair Airbus. It receives a special livery – here approaching Hamburg. 


Headquartered at Santiago de Chile operating a fleet of 26 aircraft to 40 destinations within South America. It also owns and manages Jet Smart Argentina, a subsidiary with a base in Buenos Aires. (AEP) (September 2023) 

Frontier Airlines

Flight operations began with B737-200 in 1994. The company has its base at Denver, Colorado. Beginning of 2000 Frontier began to change their fleet from Boeing to Airbus. The fleet size is currently 130 aircraft - 89 A-320 + 41 A-321.

The image represents the campaign as a green airline. It includes a reduction in kerosene consumption through lighter seats and improved engines.


With currently 113 aircraft, Volaris flies from their hubs such as Guadalajara, Mexico City, Monterrey and Tijuana to numerous destinations in and outside Mexico. The average age of the fleet is 5.4 years.

Lynx air

Originally founded in 2006 under the name Enerjet, the operational launch took place as Lynx Air in April 2022. Currently, the fleet consists of 9 B737 Max 8, the base of the company is Calgary, Alberta.


American Airlines

American Airlines flies to 269 domestic destinations and 81 international destinations in 58 countries (August 2022) in five continents. As of January 2023, American Airlines operates the largest commercial fleet in the world, comprising 933 aircraft from both Boeing and Airbus. 


Spirit is headquartered in Miramar, Florida. The fleet consists of 197 Airbus aircraft (A319, A320, A-320) - operating scheduled flights throughout the United States, the Caribbean and Latin America. As of 2023 Spirit is the seventh largest passenger carrier in North America as of 2023.


cebu pacific

Founded in 1988, it is Asia's oldest low-cost airline. It offers scheduled flights to both domestic and international destinations.
The airline operates flights from two primary hubs in Cebu and Manila. The image of the ATR-72 was taken after being converted into a cargo aircraft in Dinard / Brittany.   

China Development Bank 

Air New Zealand

With more than 100 aircraft Air New Zealand serves 30 international and 20 domestic destinations.
The photo shows Air New Zealand and the world's first all black Star Alliance logojet during delivery phase at Hamburg / XFW.                     

Fiji Airways

In recent years, Bennett Aviation has made different deliveries for the B737 Max 8 and A-350. With 14 aircraft, the route network covers 27 destinations in 15 countries.


AEr Lingus

Founded in 1936 the flag carrier of Ireland serves 93 destinations with 54 aircraft. 
Aer Lingus has an all-Airbus fleet consisting of A-320, A-321 and A-330. In 2015 it was announced that Aer Lingus would become the Official Airline of the Irish Rugby Team. 

Jet Aviation

The company is based in Bale, Switzerland and was founded in 1967. As a specialist in the VIP sector, the company now has different locations in North America, Asia and Australia. 
For many years, Bennett Aviation has been supporting various VIP projects.