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All Change at ASL

ASL AVIATION Group is to rebrand its European airlines as part of a wider-reaching reorganisation programme.

7-Jul-2015


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ASL AVIATION Group is to rebrand its European airlines as part of a wider-reaching reorganisation programme. Under its ‘Platform for Growth’ strategy, the Dublin-based conglomerate will rename its four subsidiaries, Air Contractors, Europe Airpost, Farnair Hungary and Farnair Switzerland, to ASL Airlines Ireland, France, Hungary and Switzerland respectively.

The combined group operates around 100 jet and turboprop aircraft, some flown under contract to third party customers while the remainder will be repainted in the new blue and white livery of ASL Airlines.

ASL subsidiary Farnair’s joint venture airlines – Quikjet in India and K-Mile in Thailand – are not included in the rebranding.

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