Founded in 2007, Fly My Sky was an airline based in Auckland, New Zealand. From its hub at Auckland Airport, the airline flew to a small number of domestic destinations, including both airports in the Great Barrier area — Great Barrier Aerodrome and Okiwi Airfield.
The airline was originally part of the scenic flight company Mountain Air. However, in 2007, when the company split into two Fly My Sky became independent. Mountain Air continued operating scenic flights under the 'Mountain Air' name, whereas Fly My Sky became a traditional scheduled passenger airline, operating under the name 'Great Barrier Xpress'.
In 2008, the airline rebranded from 'Great Barrier Xpress' to 'Fly My Sky', which is what is the name that it operated as until the airline ceased.
Fly My Sky ceased its operations in 2021.
The baggage allowance would depend on the route flown and the fare type chosen. The following was the baggage allowance for the standard fares.
Passengers were allowed to bring 7kg of free carry-on baggage on standard fares on all flights.
There was no checked baggage allowance on the airline's most basic fare. However, passengers could choose to purchase the next fare up, which included a checked baggage allowance of either 20 or 23kg, depending on the route flown.
Because of its small planes, Fly My Sky only operated with an Economy Class cabin. The Economy Class cabin had 10 seats and offered a warm, friendly and comfortable service.
Fly My Sky passengers had to check in at the airport since the airline didn't offer online check-in.
Fly My Sky didn't offer online check-in on its flights. Passengers had to check-in at the airport.
Passengers had to check-in at the airport for their Fly My Sky flight. Passengers could check-in by visiting a check-in agent at the airport of departure. It was recommended to check-in at least one hour before flight departure time.
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As the busiest airport in the country, Auckland Airport is the main airport in New Zealand and the hub airport for Fly My Sky. Auckland Airport was one of two airports that the airline was based out of when it was part of Mountain Air (the other being Great Barrier Aerodrome). However, when it separated and became Fly My Sky, it shifted to only base itself at Auckland Airport.
Fly My Sky's fleet consisted of entirely Britten-Normal Islander aircraft.
Fly My Sky flew to the following destinations within New Zealand: