Atlantic Express – Ratings and Reviews


Full Review (Atlantic Express)

Atlantic Express Airlines is located in Victoria Island, Nigeria. The airline company works in air travel business activities.

Atlantic Express is a trading name of Skyblue Airways which is an airline based at Exeter International Airport in the United Kingdom. It started operations in 2008 following the collapse in 2007 of the original airline which flew the route from Jersey Airport to London Stansted Airport. Services terminated on 15 January 2007.

But services from Stansted to Jersey were planned to restart in May 2009. The flights were planned to operate daily and to be operated with ATR 72 aircrafts. Skyblue Airways Limited trading as Atlantic Express holds a United Kingdom Civil Aviation Authority Type A Operating Licence; this licence was suspended at Atlantic’s request until 5 May 2009. Atlantic Express is permitted to carry passengers, cargo and mail on aircraft with 20 or more seats.

Atlantic Express was a trading name for Atlantic Air Transport Limited part of the Air Atlantique Group. Its main base was at Coventry Airport and it operated a scheduled service between Jersey and London Stansted Airport using ATR42 aircraft.

In January 2008 arrangement were made with Skyblue Aviation, an ATR pilot training company based at Exeter International Airport, to operate one ATR42 under the

Atlantic Express banner. The one aircraft has a 46-seat interior and is used for charter work.

The airline operated flights from Jersey to London Stansted between 27 May 2006 and 15 January 2007


Quick Review (Atlantic Express)

Founded:            1985

Hubs:                    Exeter International Airport

Fleet size:           2

Headquarters:  Exeter, England, United Kingdom


Nigerian Address:           Suite 1D, Princess Court, 37 Ahmed Onibudo Street, Victoria Island, Lagos

Phone:                 +234 1 461 3804, 262 3167, 475 1459