The young Cologne-based airline Leav Aviation took on its first ACMI order in the company's history on Sunday. With the Airbus A320, which carries the registration D-ANDI, one flew in wet lease for Transavia.
For this purpose, the medium-haul jet was transferred from Cologne/Bonn to Amsterdam on Saturday afternoon. The first commercial leav flight was then carried out under flight number HV1501. This led to Rhodes on behalf of Transavia. It went back as HV1502.
The new company does not offer any scheduled flights on its own account. Initially, they want to focus on the provision of ACMI and charter services. The only aircraft currently in the fleet is the Airbus A320 with the registration D-ANDI. The first customer of the young carrier from Cologne is obviously the Air France-KLM subsidiary Transavia. Leav Aviation, which was originally founded as Joot Aviation, only got AOC and operating license a few days ago from Germanen Federal Aviation Authority.