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History
At the end of the year 2003 the idea of Air Catalonia was born as a division of one of the oldest spanish virtual airlines, Euskalair. The idea was to create a hub at Barcelona-El Prat airport that served the main spanish and european destinations along with Euskalair, which operated from Bilbao. Within Euskalair group, the pilots of both airlines could fly the aircrafts from both fleets as long as the flights were codeshared, offering a wider range of routes.

The initial fleet consisted in MD87, A32X, Dash8 and CRJ200 aircrafts, and at the begining of the year 2004 we recevied the IVAO license as a virtual airline. One of our pilots, Cristian Mestres, journalist, wrote an article about the company in a Barcelona's local newspaper.

In the mid 2005, the airline created its own flight school called Aerosabadell. It operated C172 and C182 airplanes, and it was managed by Damián Regueiro. Aerosabadell taught the airline's pilots without experience using a series of courses in chapters format, and the students obtained a title after completing the courses.

In 2006 Air Catalonia was transferred and continued active until 2007/2008 when it officially ceased operations.

Refoundation

At the begining of the year 2013 the airline was refounded in a more realistic nature, operating with the FS Airlines software and based in the airport of Barcelona-El Prat. During the year 2014 the operations expaned to the other Catalan airports with regular flights in a second base in Girona, summer flights in Reus, and charter flights in Lleida during the ski season.

Press

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