The carrier realized a charter flight for the largest travel agencies. At the end of the summer 2006, lines changed its name to the European Charter, however, immediately afterwards in connection with the collapse of one of the largest of their clients – Open Travel travel agency, Euro Charter ceased operations.
In connection with the termination of the lease rental payments for the aircraft leasing company AWAS has decided to receive their carrier. These were two of the Boeing 757-200, one variant of the 757-2Q8 (registration No. SP-FVP) and a variant of the 757-23A (no registration SP-FVR).
Fischer Air Poland was the operator of flights to the relatively distant exotic resorts (eg, Tunisia, Dominican Republic), equipped with two Boeing 757-200 aircraft.
At the end of November 2006 announced the return of Fischer Air carriers Polish market. The company was supposed to be capitalized, airplanes available again, and operational activities undertaken in mid-December 2006.
On December 12, 2006 board meeting was held in the new composition. 85% of the shares of the company Trading House has Receivables – Cash Flow SA, 14% of the Exim Tours travel agency, and other such Triad and Rainbow Tours. Board decided to raise the capital to 40 million and to change the name to Prima Charter.
December 20, 2006 flew again SP-FVR (weaker than the SP-FVP), the first plane Prima Charter. This is one of three aircraft announced by the company. Fischer Air Poland had two such planes. Before the suspension of flights then director also promised a third plane, which never showed up.
December 22, 2006 held its first flight after a long break on the route Warsaw-Hurghada airport to Warsaw. Flight was fortunate, as opposed to the next, which was planned for the resort of Sharm el-Sheikh. The plane had a malfunction of one of the four indicators of hydraulic fluid. Unfortunately, the label stuck to the line, saying that their planes very often break down and the line has a big delay.