Bright Flight Ltd is a young and fast developing Bulgarian Airline. The company was founded in May 2014 and for less than one year became afully licensed Air Operator of two types of aircraft and Air Carrier for passengers, cargo and mail. The company is also certified as a Maintenance Organisation and as Continuing Airworthiness Management Organisation.
Bright Flightoperates with 2 full-cargo An-26B aircraft with maximum cargo capacity of 5.5 t and 1 passenger aircraft BAe-146 / 93 Y seats. Another cargo aircraft ATR 42-300 is being included in the fleet currently. More than 40 full-time highly specialized and experienced personnel are involved in the company’s daily activities and sustainable development, out of them 20 EU licensed crew members and 12 Maintenance and Engineering staff.
The heart of the company is its Bright commercial and operational team where experience meets youth to extract the best of knowledge and enthusiasm. The company is specialized in ad-hoc cargo transportation and it may take less than 2 hours from client’s call to the aircraft being airborne on its way to pick up the cargo.
Apart from the transportation of automotive parts and oil-well equipment which is the main part of company’s operations a lot of successful flights have been also performed for transportation of live animals (dolphins, day-old chicks and ducks) and other special cargo including Dangerous Goods.
The star in Bright Flight’slist of flights-to-remember is the transportation of the exposition of Bulgarian National Museum of History for the exhibition “The Saga of the Thracian Kings – Archaeological Discoveries in Bulgaria” in Louvre Museum in Paris which will last till July 2015. The airline was proudly awarded this contract after a special government procedure and was honoured to carry the most valuable history and cultural artefacts of Bulgarian lands to the heart of Europe. Passenger transportation is currently based on 1 aircraft Bae-146 furnished with 93 cosy leather seats. The aircraft has already been contracted for a wet-lease agreement with base in Djibouti and will be away from the European market for the next 12 months.