Happy Airways is a French start-up carrier whose hub airport is Strasbourg-Entzheim Airport located in Entzheim, France.
Currently, Happy Airways is awaiting funding before they can begin their operations. The airline has plans to fly to over a dozen different destinations including Austria, Switzerland, Italy, France, Germany, the Czech Republic, the UK and many more.
Happy Airways has plans to be a hybrid airline that could make breakthroughs in the aviation industry.
There are currently over 12 destinations that Happy Airways plans to fly to. These include London, Berlin, Brussels, Dusseldorf, Milan, Geneva, Vienna, Prague, Turin, Venice, Zagreb, Lille, Toulon and Ljubljana.
Information about the exact baggage requirements and restrictions onboard a Happy Airways flight hasn't been addressed yet.
The standard size generally allowed for a cabin bag is22" x 14" x 9" (55 x 35 x 22cm)so it's best to assume that this will still apply to Happy Airways.
Passengers may be entitled to one free checked baggage that doesn't exceed 23kg.
Any checked baggage that is over 30 inches high will generally be classed as an overweight bag and you'll be charged for any excess.
Happy Airways states that they will provide free in-flight entertainment to all passengers on board their flights. Wi-Fi hasn't been mentioned as of yet but may be included as part of the in-flight entertainment package.
The new hybrid carrier - Happy Airways - has revealed plans to offer free food on board its flights. This may be limited to cold food and snacks due to it being a regional airline. The airline will provide water, tea and coffee and soft drinks.
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Strasbourg - Entzheim Airport located in France is an international airport and is one of the most underdeveloped airports in the area. The largest airline to operate at Strasbourg Airport is Volotea, an airline which operates both domestically and internationally.
Happy Airways claims that the development of this new airline will help to rejuvenate Strasbourg Airport and turn it into a new travel hub.
Happy Airways has plans to use a fleet of ATR 72-600 turbopropsto operate their flights. The 78-seater aircraft will help the airline to be more environmentally friendly by burning around 45% less fuel in comparison to other twin-engine regional jets.
There are initial plans to start with two jets before the need for expansion when the airline is properly up and running.
Happy Airways also plans to use electric cargo bikes and electric cars as part of its operations in another bid to become environmentally friendly.