Formed by Air Anatolia, Fly Air ceased scheduled services in Sep06 and its AOC was suspended in Nov06. It had operated a domestic network, as well as holiday charters in the European theatre; aircraft were also used for leases and charters.
Early 2006 its fleet consisted of McDonnel-Douglas MD-82 (TC-MDM) and MD-83 (TC-FLO), and Airbus A300s (TC-FLE, TC-FLJ, TC-FLK, TC-FLL, TC-FLM).
Airbus A300B4-203 TC-FLA (cn127) is seen here in take off, homeward bound, on 02Jul04.
Initially the aircraft were all white, devoid of any markings, then a modest 'Fly Air' in red was put up on the aircraft, later followed by the curious tailmarkings.
TC-FLF is an Airbus A300B4-2C (cn194). Its livery is that of former Japan Air System (JAS) and 'Sultan Reizen' refers to one of its Dutch touroperators. TC-FLF is seen here on final approach into Amsterdam on 08Aug04.
Fly Air on Airliners.netSource:
In June 2007 I noticed on www.skyliner-aviation.de a photo plus added remarks:
Photo by: Konstantin von Wedelstadt (Date: 22.06.2007)
Airline: FlyAir [TC-FLK]
Type: Airbus A300
Airport: Turkey Istanbul (IST)
Comment: FlyAir is apparently back in service with two A300s having already received the latest livery.