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Angrybirdsrio AirlinesEdit

Welcome to the Angrybirdsrio Airlines wiki!

Information Edit

IATA ICAO Callsign
AN ABU Angrybirdsrio

U.S. Hubs Edit

  • Detroit (DTW) - Headquarters
  • Atlanta (ATL)
  • Houston (IAH)
  • New York City (JFK)
  • Chicago (ORD)
  • Las Vegas (LAS)
  • Los Angeles (LAX)
  • Fort Lauderdale (FLL)
  • Memphis (MEM)
  • Cincinnati (CVG)

Subsidiaries: Edit

Destinations: 81

Key People Edit

Codeshare Agreements Edit

  • Aeroméxico
  • Air Canada
  • Air France
  • Air Monarch
  • Alaska Airlines
  • American Airlines
  • British Airways
  • BRYLIZ Airlines
  • Delta Air Lines
  • Dev Airlines
  • EgyptAir
  • Frontier Airlines
  • Hawaiian Airlines
  • Japan Airlines
  • KLM
  • Korean Air
  • LEVEL
  • LOT Polish Airlines
  • Lufthansa
  • Qantas
  • RyanAir
  • Singapore Airlines
  • Smartangrybirdsrio Airlines
  • Southwest Airlines
  • Spirit Airlines
  • TAP Air Portugal
  • United Airlines

Angrybirdsrio Airlines History Edit

On January 9, 2016, the Angrybirdsrios decided to have their own airline to start flying in midair. In the first half of 2017, the airline opened bases in airports with Angrybirdsrio-claimed lands and Detroit Metro Airport (DTW) as soon as of June 2017. Their services gradually expanded to western Europe, eastern Asia, and Toronto within months. It plans to expand to eastern Europe, more of the U.S, western Asia, and even the world.

Coronavirus pandemic impact and the BAG takeover Edit

On March 13, 2020, Angrybirdsrio Airlines announced that their flights will be reduced to cargo-only and that SABR Airlines and Air Monarch were to cease operations with immediate effect. This led to losses of over $1 billion and the group's survival was called into question.

On July 6, 2020, Bryan Airlines Group announced that they had purchased the Angrybirdsrio Airlines Group for $10 billion. The buyout meant that ABR Group would have more connections, a larger fleet size, and more flexibility. A new livery will also be rolled out for the ABR-affiliated carriers. Dev Airlines, Anderio Airlines, SABR Airlines, and Air Monarch will be relaunched under BAG ownership. However, Air Monarch will be rebranded as Monarch Airways.

Profits & Losses for Angrybirdsrio Airlines Group Edit

Year Profits Losses Total Sales
2016 +$2,120,000 -$20,000 $2,100,000
2017 +$806,000,000 -$100,000,000 $706,000,000
2018 +$1,245,000,000 -$651,000,000 $594,000,000
2019 +$1,400,000,000 -$220,000,000 $1,180,000,000
2020 +$750,000,000 -$1,450,000,000 -$700,000,000

Fleet Edit

Angrybirdsrio Airlines mainline fleet as of July 2020:

Aircraft In Service Orders Passengers Notes
B E+ E Total
Airbus A220-100 5 95 12 15 82 109 N100AU to N199AU.
Airbus A220-300 5 95 12 15 103 130 N300AU to N399AU.
Airbus A318-100 2 - 12 24 74 110 N318AT, N319AT.

To be retired by September 28, 2020.

To be replaced by A220.

Airbus A319neo 1 99 12 36 78 126 N300AB to N399AB.
Airbus A320-200 3 97 12 24 114 150 N300AC to N399AC.
Airbus A320neo 8 92 12 24 114 150 N300AD to N399AD.
Airbus A321neo 13 87 20 24 153 197 N400AD to N499AD.
Airbus A321LR - 50 16 72 90 178 Deliveries starting in 2020.
Airbus A321XLR - 50 16 72 90 178 Deliveries starting in 2023.
Airbus A330-200 15 - 34 32 168 234 N835AW to N849AW.
Airbus A330-300 25 10 34 40 219 293 N800AW to N834AW.
Airbus A330-800neo - 20 34 56 145 235 Deliveries from 2020.
Airbus A330-900neo 2 48 34 96 168 298 N400AZ to N449AZ.
Airbus A350-800 3 11 28 48 199 275 N500AR to N513AR.
Airbus A350-900 16 14 32 48 226 306 N500AB to N529AB.
Airbus A350-1000 6 34 56 56 219 331 N500AX to N539AX.
Airbus A380-800 1 9 8 48 461 517 N380AG to N389AG.
Boeing 717-200 91 - 12 20 78 110 N700AT to N790AT.

To be retired by December 28, 2020.

To be replaced by A220.

Boeing 737-600 2 - 8 24 68 100 N600AB, N601AB.
Boeing 737-700 32 8 12 36 78 126 N700AB to N739AB.
Boeing 737-800 90 2 16 48 102 166 N800AB to N891AB.
Boeing 737-900 10 - 20 42 117 179 N900AB to N909AB.
Boeing 737-900ER 36 14 20 42 117 179 N910AB to N959AB.
Boeing 737 MAX 7 - 30 12 36 78 126 Deliveries currently delayed
Boeing 737 MAX 8 10 90 16 48 102 166 N800AM to N899AM.

Deliveries delayed

Boeing 737 MAX 9 5 156 20 48 111 179 N900AM to N999AM.

Deliveries delayed.

Boeing 737 MAX 10 - 100 TBA 190 Deliveries currently delayed
Boeing 747-8 18 - 80 32 244 364 N600AF to N617AF.
Boeing 757-200 72 - 16 45 108 169 N500AD to N571AD.

Older aircraft to be replaced by A321neo and A321LR.

Boeing 757-300 10 - 24 54 156 234 N572AD to N581AD.

Older aircraft to be replaced by A321neo and A321LR.

Boeing 767-300ER 42 - 30 49 135 214 N100AE to N141AE.

Older aircraft to be replaced by 787-8.

Boeing 767-400ER 10 - 39 70 131 240 N840AH to N849AH.
Boeing 777-200 30 - 28 102 234 364 N770AL to N799AL.

To be retired by the end of 2020.

To be replaced by A350-1000 and 787-10.

Currently in use as freighters due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Boeing 777-200ER 66 - 50 72 145 267 N200AL to N265AL.

To be retired by the end of 2020.

To be replaced by A350s and 787s.

Currently in use as freighters due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Boeing 777-200LR 20 - 50 72 145 267 N860AL to N879AL.

To be retired by the end of 2020.

To be replaced by A350s and 787s.

Currently in use as freighters due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Boeing 777-300 20 - 60 102 235 397 N700AP to N719AP.

To be retired by the end of 2020.

To be replaced by A350s and 787s.

Currently in use as freighters due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Boeing 777-300ER 20 - 60 86 204 350 N700AL to N719AL.
Boeing 777-8 - 20 TBA Deliveries from 2024.
Boeing 777-9 - 20 TBA Deliveries from 2022.
Boeing 787-8 15 30 36 70 114 220 N800AU to N824AU.
Boeing 787-9 20 20 48 88 116 252 N825AU to N874AU.
Boeing 787-10 5 20 44 75 204 323 N875AU to N899AU.
Total 739 1321

Historic Fleet Edit

Aircraft Total Introduction Retirement Status
ABR-X-100 Series (1-5, 7-9) 10 January 10, 2017 March 3, 2017 Stored
ABR-X-200 Series (1-9) 10 March 6, 2017 October 4, 2017 Stored
Airbus A300-600R 23 May 23, 2017 July 1, 2017 Stored
Airbus A310-300 7 December 18, 2017 Stored
Airbus A319-100 2 April 21, 2017 October 31, 2018 Stored
Airbus A321-200 19 April 29, 2017
Airbus A340-300 12 May 5, 2017 June 30, 2017 Stored
Airbus A340-600 18 April 11, 2018 Stored
Boeing 747-400 16 March 9, 2017 December 20, 2017 Stored
Boeing 747-400ER 4 May 26, 2017 December 5, 2018 Stored
Boeing 767-200ER 1 May 6, 2017 August 1, 2019 Converted to Freighter
Embraer E175 1 January 16, 2016 Scrapped
MD-11 2 May 5, 2017 December 13, 2017 Converted to Freighter
MD-88 34 Stored
MD-90 50 Transferred to Dev Airlines


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