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flyeuro.com Set and Prepared to Take on the European Market…

LIVERPOOL, ENGLAND – The press has gathered at the newly refurbished building at Albert Docks in Liverpool to interview the staff of a brand new European low-cost conglomerate, flyeuro.com. The plans of the airline are very ambitious, however at the opening conference, they have announced the opening of the recruitment process for pilots and staff. The airline is set to be a direct competitor, to some of European’s biggest low-cost airlines. flyeuro’s goal is “to become Europe’s favorite commercial virtual airline.” But can they pull it off?

With two operational hubs in United Kingdom (Liverpool and London Gatwick) and one in Poland (Katowice), flyeuro.com is operating over 100 routes daily to more than 50 European destinations, with over 30 Boeing 737 family type aircraft.

“We’ve been ambitious about what we’ve been doing to create the airline, we’re full of motivation to run it and we’re ambitious to expand and go that one step further – above and beyond…” said flyeuro’s Chief Executive Officer, Kamil Bonczyk. “We want to discover new lands, and give pilots and passengers a simple and a flexible experience. Three hubs and fifty destinations is just not enough for us.” – he added. When asked about plans for the future, he said “Possibly a BAe 146 for regional operations? Or maybe even a fourth hub for the Summer Schedule? It will all depend on the growth towards our ambitious goal”.

The airline has launched an extensive recruiting campaign at their website: http://flyeurova.com. Beside pilot recruitment, qualified individuals can try managerial careers within the airline. Additionally, we have asked the CEO a final question about the possibility of online operation expansions. “Come on people, join us, then we will expand online!” – he laughed, adding “It is our main objective, however without the public support, it’s impossible…”.
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