Category:Flightline

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Flightline was an airline based in Southend-on-Sea, England. It operated branded wet lease, ad hoc and contract passenger and freight charter services, as well as VIP flights and aircraft sales and maintenance. Sub-services were flown for major airlines in Europe as required. Its main bases' were London Southend Airport. The airline was established in April 1989 and started operations in 1990. It was formed for the purchase and sale of executive aircraft and operations and maintenance services for its own and customer's aircraft at Southend Airport. Initially it had two Embraer EMB 110 Bandeirante aircraft which operated mail and small parcel flights from Southend. It began jet operations in March 1992 operating on behalf of independent tour operator Palmair from Bournemouth until 1999. In November 2001 it took over the contract (previously operated by British World Airlines between Aberdeen and Scatsta, transporting oil rig workers. Flightline operated up to 14 flights a day between Aberdeen (ABZ) and Scatsta in the Shetland Isles (SCS) on behalf of Royal Dutch Shell and other members of the IAC (Integrated Aviation Consortium). Offshore workers were flown to Scatsta Airport and then transferred onto helicopters to several oil platforms, however this contract was due to end in February 2009.The company was placed into administration on 3 December 2008.


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