Wamos Air
IATA ICAO Callsign
Founded23 June 2003
HubsAdolfo Suárez Madrid–Barajas Airport[1]
Fleet size10[2]
Parent companySpringwater Capital (81%)[4]
HeadquartersPiovera, Madrid, Spain[5]

Wamos Air, formerly named Pullmantur Air,[4] is a Spanish charter airline headquartered in Madrid.[6] It mostly operates leisure charter flights from its main base at Adolfo Suárez Madrid–Barajas Airport and also operates aircraft for other entities.[1]


In 2014, former majority owner Royal Caribbean Group (which also owned now defunct Pullmantur Cruises) sold a 81% state of Pullmantur Air to investor Springwater Capital which subsequently also led to a rebrand to Wamos Air.[4]

In 2022, Wamos Air announced it would end all scheduled services to focus solely on passenger and cargo charter and ACMI operations. The airline did serve few destinations throughout the Caribbean, which were subsequently handed over to Iberojet.[3]

From 15 November 2022 to 28 October 2023, Wamos Air will operate the Auckland - Perth route daily using their own aircraft (A330-200), crew and pilots on behalf of Air New Zealand.[7]

Currently Wamos Air is operating some routes on behalf of flag carriers such as Avianca and Etihad.


Charter operations

Wamos Air offers short and long-term charter operations as well as ACMI services for passenger and cargo flights[3] to other airlines such as Condor,[8] tour operators and other businesses such as sports clubs. One of its major customers had been its now defunct sister company Pullmantur Cruises.

In 2021 and 2022 Wamos Air had set up Tallinn Airport as its technical stopover between Asia and North America cargo routes.[9]

Former scheduled destinations

As of December 2019, Wamos Air offered scheduled flights under its own brand name to the following destinations[10] which were since all terminated.[3]

Country City Airport Notes Refs
Cuba Varadero Juan Gualberto Gómez Airport
Dominican Republic Punta Cana Punta Cana International Airport
Mexico Cancún Cancún International Airport
Spain Madrid Adolfo Suárez Madrid–Barajas Airport Hub
United States Miami Miami International Airport


Wamos Air A330-200
A former Pullmantur Air Boeing 747-400 in the 2003 livery.

Current fleet

As of February 2023, the Wamos Air fleet consists of the following aircraft:[2]

Type In Fleet Orders Passengers Notes
C Y Total
Airbus A330-200 5 var. var. var.
Airbus A330-300 6 var. var. var.
Total 11

Retired fleet

Wamos Air previously also operated the following aircraft types:


  1. ^ a b ch-aviation.com - Wamos Air retrieved 27 February 2023
  2. ^ a b "wamosair.com - Our fleet".
  3. ^ a b c d ch-aviation.com - Spain’s Wamos Air exits scheduled ops, hands to Iberojet 23 June 2022
  4. ^ a b c ch-aviation.com - Wamos Air chosen as new Pullmantur Air brand 29 December 2014
  5. ^ "Wamos Air (contact)". www.wamosair.com. Retrieved 10 September 2017.
  6. ^ "Contact". Wamos Air. Retrieved August 28, 2016. WAMOS AIR SPAIN-MADRID Calle Mahonia nº2 - C.P. 28043 - MADRID
  7. ^ "airnewzealand.com - The Wamos Air experience". 17 March 2023.
  8. ^ aerotelegraph.com (German) 10 January 2023
  9. ^ Tore, Iuliia (2021-11-17). "Tallinn Airport – Ideal Stopover for Technical and Cargo Flights". Retrieved 2022-01-24.
  10. ^ "Destinations". wamosair.com.
  11. ^ "simpleflying.com - Wamos Air Retires Its Final Boeing 747". 26 March 2021.

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