Budapest startup Solyom Hungarian Airways, which was due to launch Boeing 737-500 charter flights from early September and scheduled flights from early October, went to insolvency before it was able to start operations. According to several Hungarian media outlets, the carrier never received an air operator’s certificate and talks with potential investors, especially from Oman, collapsed. The carrier’s management has reportedly disappeared. It had plans to have 12 737-500s by ...

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