I ahve a copy of the lat printed Interflug timetable from March 26, 1989 to October 29, 1989. Some highlights:
Europe: Amsterdan, Brussels, Copenhagen, Stockholm, Helsinki, Leningrad, Moscow, Milan, Rome, Vienna, Zagreb, Belgrade, Istanbul, Athens, Prague, Tatry, Bratislava, Bucharest, Sofia, Budapest, Tirana, Bourgas, Varna, Malta, Kiev, Sochi, Simferopol.
Africa: Algiers, Tunis, Cairo, Tripoli, Brazaville, Luanda
Middle East: Larnaca, Damascus, Dubai
Asia: Karachi, Singapore, Bangkok, Hanoi, Beijing
At the time that this timetable was effective services to Maputo, Addis Ababa and Amman had been temporaryily suspended.
The new A310s were used on flights to: Havana, Rome, Athens, Larnaca, Dubai, Singapore, Bangkok, and Beijing.
At the time the fleet consisted of A310s, IL
-18s, and Let 410s. Oddly enough, the official airline of the "soldiers, workers and peasants state" had a business class product on all aircraft except for the TU
-134s. The Let410s were used mostly for charters and were configured for 7 passengers in an executive layout.
Flight ops were based at Berlin's Shoenefeld Airport. A quick scan of the flight schedules tells that IF
only operated daily flights to Moscow, Sofia, Prague, and Budapest. The rest of their routes only saw 3 flights per week at the most, but usually only 2.
I also have an IF
timetable from 1976. There's one flight routing that I would have loved to have tried. It was Interflug's flight #910 operated by an IL
-18 turboprop configured with 100 seats. It departed Berlin at 8:55am every Monday and arrived Hanoi 3:00pm the following day. The flight routed Berlin-Moscow-Tashkent-Karachi-Dacca-Hanoi. All on an IL
-62s a the time but opted for the much smaller prop. What a most excellent ride that would have been!
Not all who wander are lost....