Debonair B737-300

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Debonair (1996–99) was a British airline which operated mainly from London Luton Airport offering flights to and from Spain, France, Germany and Italy. It ceased operations in October 1999 due to financial difficulties.

Founded in 1996 by Franco Mancassola and on its first day of operations offered all passengers free flights. Initial destinations from Luton were Newcastle upon Tyne, Copenhagen, Mönchengladbach, Munich, Barcelona and Nice. The latter two destinations were in direct competition with EasyJet.24107C4E-964D-4E62-9545-DACD4D0E041A.jpeg40DB7835-516B-4BA7-82AC-86B70168B7C0.jpeg