BelgiumExel

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BelgiumExel was an airline based in Belgium. It operated charter flights to Africa, Asia and the Caribbean as part of holiday packages for Thomas Cook.

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History

The airline was established and started operations in February 2004. It was owned by ExelAviation Group, and services ceased on 31 January 2005. In May 2005, Exel Aviation Group, the parent company, declared bankruptcy. The airline was the sister airline of Holland Exel.

Code data

Fleet

The BelgiumExel fleet consisted of 1 Boeing 767-300 aircraft in July 2005.

External links

  • BelgiumExel
  • BelgiumExel Fleet Detail
  • Bankruptcy Information
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