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I believe Flypop, although not carrying any passengers, actually has been flying freight on its leased A330 so is slightly more than a paper airline. IPS on the other hand may have a long way to go with a share capital of £100 and only one director, I wouldn’t be booking just yet, although their website does give a telephone number just in case you are tempted27 May 2022
Yes as you can imagine I referred to commercial passenger flights.
The Flypop website still says “Coming Soon” with no schedule information or possibility to make a booking.27 May 2022
I hadn’t realised that Flypop was involved in cargo operations as my colleague reported at the end of January.
Originally the plan was for this airline to operate passenger flights between UK and India.
Now a photo has appeared on Twitter to show Flypop positioning a flight into Manchester.
Today Flypop will be operating a charter flight for Tui to Cancun.
Todays special visitor to @manairport was this Hifly/Flypop A330-300 (9H-POP). It arrived on a positioning flight from Munich and is currently scheduled to operate tomorrow's TUI flight to Cancun ✈️ pic.twitter.com/a6yE83aY8S
— Harrison (@_HRphotography) June 2, 20223 Jun 2022
Much to mu surprise I now see that IPS Airways (ipsairways.co.uk) has now activated its website.
For the month of August it displays a limited schedule from EMA (East Midlands) and LBA (Leeds) to Pakistan.13 Jun 2022