Small Planet Airlines Poland recently reduced its fleet from eight aircraft to five, and will soon reduce the fleet even further to two aircraft by mid October 2018, according to CEO Bartosz Czajka.
Of the two aircraft left, one will be registered in Poland and one will be wet leased.
Czajka also admitted that the carrier is facing a difficult situation, including making payments to suppliers. As part of the turnaround the airline announced that it has started the process of restructuring in accordance with Polish law.
From 2019, the airline will reduce its operations in Poland, in part due to lack of aircraft and a reduction in tour operator contracts. The Polish airline plans to operate with four aircraft in 2019, including three likely on wet lease.