Following the completion of its maintenance operations, the first aircraft of the Breton airline CelesteA Bombardier CRJ1000 of 100 places, landed in Dinard to join the workshops of Sabena Technics.
Ex-airplane of the company HOP! of Air Francethe plane will soon come out with its delivered adorned with the yellow and blue of the brand Celestial. “The Bombardier CRJ1000 was selected for its perfect match with the territory’s mobility needs“, Celeste said in a statement released Friday.
“This sequence symbolically marks the aircraft’s first stop in Brittany, before returning to its base in Brest during the month of December. The Céleste company aims to be operational by the end of 2023“, underlined the young French airline.
Founded in 2021 by Bruno Besnehard (former boss of Vueling France), Céleste intends to operate regular airlines between French regions. Supported by local authorities and economic players in the region who have provided cash of 3 million euros, the Breton company has already positioned itself to ensure the connection between Brest and Paris-Orly, replacing the Chalair company which suspended its services on November 11. Based in Morlaix, Céleste obtained its Air Transporter Certificate (CTA) in March 2023.