JMC Flights –Now Thomas Cook Airlines
JMC flights were first available in March 2000 from JMC Air Services, a UK based charter airline which was formed after the merger of Caledonian Airways and Flying Colours Airlines. JMC Air was named after John Mason Cook, the son of Thomas Cook. In 2002 Thomas Cook rebranded the airline along with its other airlines as Thomas Cook Airlines.
Where were they based?
JMC Air Services main bases consisted of Gatwick Airport and Manchester Airport. JMC also had aircraft at London Stansted, Birmingham, Bristol, Glasgow, Cardiff and Newcastle Airports.
At the start of operations the JMC fleet was made up of Boeing 757-200, Airbus A320 and Douglas DC-10. JMC flights also became the first UK operator to utilise the stretched Boeing 757-300.
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