The ticket seller Green Airlines once again had aircraft flown in from across Europe last weekend. On Friday, however, there was a special feature, because apparently there were no bookings at all on the Paderborn-Sylt route.
On October 22, 2021, the OY-NPG was flown in from Aalborg to Westerland under the flight number NFA105P. From there the Metroliner flew as NFA105 for Green Airlines to Paderborn. The small turboprop aircraft was then flown back to Aalborg as the NFA105P. The Paderborn-Westerland route was not served on Friday. This fact suggests that Green Airlines had no booking at all.
Another airline, Get1Jet, was deployed on Sunday. The F-HJFP, a single-engine Pilatus PC-12, was flown to Westerland on the morning of October 24, 2021. There the little plane stood flat until the evening before it was flown to Paderborn. The single-engine aircraft stayed overnight in Paderborn and was then flown to Rotterdam.
Charter flights are sold for the upcoming weekend, specifying the aircraft Embraer Phenom 300. Existing flight numbers or the operating carrier are not mentioned. This is the last charter for the time being, because after that nothing can be booked for the time being. In February 2022, the plan is to offer charter flights from Weeze and Karlsruhe / Baden-Baden, whereby fictitious flight numbers are also used here and the operating carrier is not named.
It is also noteworthy that Green Airlines has removed the announcements (media releases) for the flight offer from Weeze and Karlsruhe / Baden-Baden on the homepage. The same applies to Facebook. Only on Instagram is advertising for the planned charter flights still being made. Tickets could still be bought on Monday afternoon and Weeze Airport also advertised Green Airlines in a press release.