New German airline SundAir has taken delivery of the first of two leased Airbus A320s and is preparing to start operations, pending final approval by German aviation authorities, which is expected soon.  The Stralsund-headquartered carrier expects to base the aircraft in Berlin and Kassel Calden. SundAir plans to operate to classical holiday destinations around the Mediterranean Sea, Egypt and the Canary Islands. The privately owned carrier was founded in 2016 with tour operator ...

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