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SupremeFly is a new virtual airline based in Vienna, Austria. The company has a mission to revolutionise the travel industry by providing unlimited flights for a monthly membership. The company offers different packages based on the needs of travellers.

Airline Update: SupremeFly has plans to begin operating in July 2021, with subscription flights bookable by October 2021.

What is a subscription airline?

A subscription airline is a relatively new concept but has been growing in popularity. For a monthly membership, passengers will be able to fly unlimited for a much more affordable price than flying multiple flights with other airlines. Many subscription airlines will usually aim to appeal to business travellers who need to fly frequently between major cities. However, SupremeFly is targeting everyone, including families, to make leisure travel more affordable.

Baggage Policy

SupremeFly has different baggage policies for carry-on and checked baggage.

Carry-on Baggage

Passengers can carry one piece of hand baggage, which can weigh up to 8 kg. Maximum dimensions for hand luggage: 55 x 40 x 23 cm.

Checked Baggage

The size, weight and number of free checked bags will be based on various criteria, and will be confirmed during the booking process.

Each checked bag must not exceed the size of 158 cm in total.

Cabin Classes

Economy will be the only cabin class available.

What are seats like?

The airline has yet to announce what the onboard experience will be like. The Airbus A321 is usually configured in a 3-3 seating formation for an all-Economy layout.


The airline has yet to announce what on-board facilities will be available.

Light meals, snacks, and hot and cold beverages will be available, with options depending on the route.


Find out about SupremeFly' check-in policy, including check-in closing and opening times.

Online Check-in

The airline has stated that online check-in will be available.

Airport Check-in

As well as checking-in online, customers will also be able to check-in at the airport. The airline has yet to publish a statement regarding recommended check-in times.

Frequent Flyer Programme

The airline does not currently announced a frequent flyer program.

Airline Alliance

The airline is not currently part of an airline alliance program.

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Hub Airport

SupremeFly has yet to confirm what airport it will use a primary base.


SupremeFly has highlighted Airbus' A321 as its chosen aircraft. The airline has yet to confirm whether it will charter or own a A321 plane.

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International Destinations

SupremeFly is currently establishing itself as a subscription airline. Based in Vienna, the company has highlighted major cities and cultural hubs in Europe, Africa, and the Middle East as key destinations, including Cairo, Istanbul, Marrakech, Rome, Zurich, Berlin, London, Tunnis and Jeddah. Destinations will be based on demand. Initial plans are to fly to the following cities:

Destinations in 2021: Tunis and Istanbul.

Destinations by 2022: Marrakech, Berlin, Dubai.

Airports are yet to be announced.