FlyKiss ceased operations in May 2017.
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FlyKiss was a French airline launched in 2016 and was based in Clermont-Ferrand Airport in the Auvergne. The airline was a subsidiary of the Aerospace Maintenance Group Enhance Aero (founded in 2007). They operated commercial flights around France and to the U.K with its fleet of Embraer aircraft. FlyKiss also had links with the Slovenian airline Si Avia, who it operated its services with support of them.
Originally Fly Kiss operated as an aeronautical maintenance consulting company, then evolved to providing for VIP passengers and before ceasing operations has changed its services to launching all scheduled passenger flights.
In 2015, the Group sold 25% of its capital to the Audacia investment fund, which enabled it to reach a fleet of 7 aircraft (6 Embraer 145 and 1 Legacy 600) for a total of approximately 100 Employees and 25 million euros in turnover.
Unfortunately, after only 6 months of operation, the airline ceased flying operations in May 2017.
The airline ceased operations and is unable to accept bookings.
When the airline operated, it offered passengers affordable economy seating.
Before the airline ceased operations, it operated flights to the following destinations:
Clermont-Ferrand International Airport annually provides for 230 destinations which include indirect scheduled flights, sightseeing and stopovers. The airport has a direct connection to 9 city airports: Paris Orly, Paris Charles de Gaulle, Amsterdam, Lyon, Nice, London Luton, Amsterdam, Brest and Lille.
Seasonal connections include Ajaccio, Figari, Bastia, nice and Porto. The airport’s services include accommodation close to the airport, bars, duty-free shops and restaurants.