om will take off next February with half-term flights direct from the Island to four European airports serving Alpine ski resorts.
There are also plans, as yet undisclosed, to fly skiers to other destinations as well as summer flights to beach resorts plus major sporting events and concerts.
The company has been set up by accountant Jamie Le Sueur and will use chartered Boeing 737 800 series aircraft, which seat up to 180 adults, and Airbus A321s with a capacity of 208 passengers.
Coconut will start its service on Saturday, 17 February with flights to Zurich, Geneva, Champery and Grenoble returning a week later.
Flights will cost around £330 including taxes for an adult with children £299, including in-flight food and drinks.