Airlines Ryanair Sun to be rebranded as Buzz
Low-Cost carrier Ryanair Sun has announced, that it will rebrand as Buzz in autumn 2019
All Ryanair Sun aircraft will receive a new paint scheme, featuring a bee on the tail. Ryanair Sun is a standalone subsidiary of the Ryanair Group and operates a Polish Air Operator´s Certificate (AOC). Ryanair sees its subsidiary airline to grow its fleet to 25 aircraft until summer 2019.
Buzz is expected to launch its own app and website in autumn 2019. Then, polish customers will be able to book all Ryanair and Buzz flights. With Buzz, Ryanair hopes to offer low-cost charter flights to Polish customers. Especially leisure destinations will be operated.
Juliusz Komorek – Chairman of Buzz Supervisory Board, said: “We are excited to launch Buzz today and to see our newly branded aircraft appear in Poland this autumn. Over the last 15 years, Ryanair has grown to become Poland’s biggest airline [...].”
Michał Kaczmarzyk – Ryanair Sun CEO added: “Following a successful year of growth for Ryanair Sun, we are delighted that our planes will have a new and unique branding as we launch Buzz. Our goal is to offer services at the highest level to both customers and tour operators. Buzz will continue to operate scheduled and charter flights, with our fleet growing to 25 aircraft by summer 2019.”
Back in 2003, Ryanair purchased an airline of the same name from KLM. The €23.9 million strong investment was the first acquisition of an airline for the Irish carrier. Only a year later, in October 2004, the Buzz brand disappeared.
Ryanair Sun is a low-cost carrier from Poland. It was founded in 2018 and obtained its AOC in early last year. Ryanair Sun commenced operations in April 2018, and the current fleet consists of 17 Boeing 737-800s. Ryanair Sun operates from the airports of Gdansk, Katowice, Krakow, Poznan, Warsaw-Chopin, Warsaw-Modlin and Wroclaw.
Ryanair Holdings Group currently includes the airlines Ryanair, Ryanair Sun, Ryanair UK and Laudamotion. As being one of the significant low-cost carriers in the world, Ryanair operates a fleet of 438 Boeing 737s. This year, the Irish airline will receive its first 737 MAX 200.
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