Helvetic Airways

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Helvetic Airways was established in the autumn of 2003. Switzerland’s first budget carrier began operating in November 2003 with a Fokker 100 airliner flying to three destinations. By 2004, the fleet had grown to seven aircraft. The route network has been continually expanded since then.

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