Using Airbus A320s to do their thing, the carrier also offers 'ad-hoc' charter operations. So that means if you and 179 other people find yourself in Poland and need to hightail it out, you can easily get to the Spanish island of Mallorca in just a few hours by calling up Bingo. Since this is essentially a LCC, it may actually be pretty affordable.
Flights officially start May 10 with a second plane arriving in June. No word if there will be a move to regular commercial service, but once they decide, you know where to get the news.
Curious about the airline name? We were too, and found out that "Bingo" was chosen as it's the symbol of ease and a good time. Okay? Let's just cross our fingers for BINGO as in-flight entertainment. Know where can we get a few treasure trolls for good luck?
[Photo: Bingo Airways]