Entering the Charter Zone

Warsaw-based Enter Air has become a force to reckon with in the European charter market as Airliner World’s Barry Woods-Turner discovered during a visit to the carrier’s headquarters.

One of the carrier’s fleet of Boeing 737-800s rotates from a rather cold-looking Helsinki/Vantaa Airport.
MIKKO HEISKANEN/AVSTOCK

Enter Air has grown to become Europe’s fifth largest charter airline and the tourism market leader in Poland – to name but two commercial achievements in just under a decade. Formed in October 2009, the carrier’s maiden flight took to the skies six months later on April 25 and today, Enter Air offers aircraft seats to leading Polish and international travel agencies, flying to more than 30 countries from Iceland to Portugal and Kenya to the Cape Verde Islands.

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