British air carrier TUI Airways (BY/TOM) has leased three Airbus A321s from the Greek air carrier Olympus Airways (OLY). The Airbus A321s are operated for TUI Airways on flights from their base in Manchester, flying to Dubrovnik, Pula and Split as well. The photo shows the arrival of a plane with registration SX-ABY on the flight no. BY2686/TOM2686 from Manchester to Pula.
Olympus Airways has started with operations at 2015. on the charter flights between Greece and Germany. The first aircraft in their fleet was an Airbus A321 which was taken up from the bankrupt Greek air carrier Hermes Airlines (H3/HRM). Following two Airbus A321s were taken up from bankrupt British air carrier Monarch Airlines (ZB/MON), and both planes are still wearing Monarch's livery. Currently Olympus operates 3 Airbus A321s, and all three are leased with crew currently to TUI Airways. Beside Airbus A321s they have also two Airbus A319s, which are leased now to Kuwaiti air carrier Wataniya Airways (Q9/WAN). Olypus airways doesn't operate any own routes. All their planes are leased out.
Photo © Bojan Ristić (PUY(14.09.2019.)