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Happy Airways Starts a Crowdfunding to Launch New Flights from Strasbourg

In order to launch its operations, Happy Airways needs €4.75 million while being able to make the first plane take off from €1.8 million. Currently, more than €200.000 have been collected. In order to reach these objectives, the company has launched a crowdfunding campaign. Different levels of financing are proposed from €50 to €500,000.

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A new airline company wants to land at Strasbourg airport. Happy Airways could offer 14 destinations throughout Europe at attractive prices. A fundraising campaign is currently underway to make the project a reality.

Get ready to fly with a new company from Strasbourg. The airline Happy Airways wants to set up shop at Entzheim airport. 14 destinations will be offered at low prices to passengers. The company’s aim is to “make Strasbourg a central place in Europe”. Go to London or even Prague for only €59.99 a ticket. Attractive prices and a service that will not be neglected. At its launch, Happy Airaways will have two aircraft, ATR 72-600 with 78 passengers per flight. A catering service will be offered free of charge.

“Equipped with a turboprop instead of a turbojet, the aircraft has a 45% reduction in fuel consumption and CO2 emissions,” according to the Happy Airways company’s press release.

For its launch, Happy Airways will create about 50 new jobs in the region. The goal is to offer more than 4,400 annual flights from the Alsatian capital, which represents 343,200 seats.

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A crowdfunding campaign is underway

In order to launch its operations, Happy Airways needs €4.75 million while being able to make the first plane take off from €1.8 million. Currently, more than €200.000 have been collected. In order to reach these objectives, the company has launched a crowdfunding campaign. Different levels of financing are proposed from €50 to €500,000. For the smallest amount you are entitled to exclusive content and your name in the in-flight magazine. Finally, for the platinum offer of €500,000 you are entitled to your name on the planes, 5,000 indicative shares of the company, or have access to the “Happy Unlimited Pass” allowing you to travel unlimited, free, and for life on the Happy Airways network.

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A lottery will also be organized with tickets sold at the price of €2. Among the prizes to be won, is an all-expenses paid five-day trip for two to the Bahamas or the “Happy Unlimited Pass”.

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Daphne Freeman has worked in the crowdfunding and impact investing industry for the past few years, gaining experience in marketing, and connecting businesses and entrepreneurs in need with the right investors. As a seasoned grant writer as well as financial market journalist, she is passionate about making a social impact in the world. A free spirit, Daphne also enjoys writing and exploring topics of interest, currently CBD, health and beauty, and social media influencers.