Tulip Air, an air charter company which was established in 1988, started it’s operation with 1 Piper Chieftain, the PH-GYN. The aircraft was unfortunately damaged beyond repair during a storm in Esjberg, Denmark in 1999. Luckily there were no casualties as this happened while parked on the ramp. In 1998 Tulip Air Charter was formed to operate Fokker F27‘s and Airbus A300‘s as a freight operation, wet leasing to the French Post and DHL. By 2000 Tulip Air operated 2 King Air 200’s, 6 Piper Chieftains and 2 Cessna 172’s when the company was split in Tulip Air and Farnair Europe due to a management buy-out of Tulip Air. In 2001 a Jetstream and the Cessna 406 were added to the Tulip Air fleet as was a Beechjet under management. Unfortunately Tulip Air had to cease its flight operations in 2004.
The company now offers potential owners assistance in aircraft acquisition and aircraft owners / operators assistance in any aviation department using it’s own expertise or that of its network specializing in general and commercial aviation.
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Tulip Air Holding II b.v.
1722 DB Zuid-Scharwoude