VAN AIR Europe is a Czech passenger and cargo charter airline which was founded in 2004 and started flying operations in 2006. The airline’s parent company is Aeroservis and it based and headquartered at Brno–Tuřany Airport.
Unfortunately, in 2017 it was announced by the UK CAA that the airline had it’s permissions removed to fly in the UK.
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VAN AIR Europe currently operate charter passenger flights to various destinations within Europe including Portugal, Romania, Moldova, Slovenia, Bosnia, Italy and Croatia.
For flights with VAN AIR Europe, passengers are permitted 1 cabin bag and 1 personal item (e.g., a hand bag or a laptop bag).
The maximum dimension for the carry-on baggage cannot exceed 115 cm (length + width + height) and not weigh more than 8 kg. This applies to all regular flights and charter flights.
Passengers flying on regular flights with VAN AIR are permitted 1 piece of checked baggage that cannot be larger than 158 cm (length + width + height) or weigh more than 23 kg.
Online check-in isn't currently available for VAN AIR Europe flights. You will need to check-in at the airport.
Check-in counters at the airport will close 30 minutes before the scheduled flight departure time.
VAN AIR Europe operates chartered passenger flights in the Let L-410 Turbolet aircraft. This aircraft doesn't have a multiple class cabin configuration therefore we can assume the airline only offers an Economy Class level of service.
VAN AIR Europe doesn't offer in-flight entertainment. We recommend bringing your own forms of entertainment such as a book to read or your favourite TV shows/movies downloaded onto your portable devices to watch during your flight.
Due to the nature of flights operated by VAN AIR Europe and the type of aircraft it uses, a meal service isn't provided nor is an in-flight menu.
VAN AIR Europe doesn't have a frequent flyer program.
VAN AIR Europe isn't a member of any airline alliances.
VAN AIR Europe operates its charter flights with 5 of the Let L-410 Turbolet aircraft.
This particular aircraft is suitable for short-ranfe transport and was designed by the Czech aircraft manufacturer, Let Kunovice.
Brno–Tuřany Airport is an airport located in Brno, Czech Republic. It's the second busiest airport in the country, serving around 470,000 passengers in 2022 through the Brno-Turany passenger terminal.
The airport was built in the 1950s as a replacement for the old Brno airport in Slatina. In the 1980s, the Czechslovak air force gained ownership of the airport resulting in a reduction in civil operations. In 1989, after the fall of communism, the airport returned to civil use and is now being operated by the state-owned Czech Airport Authority.
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