USAir767
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Info On German Airlines

Tue Nov 07, 2000 10:29 am

Can somebody please tell me all the airlines large and small that are in Germany. This is not a quiz or anything like that it is just for my personal use I would like to really know.
 
Guest

RE: Info On German Airlines

Tue Nov 07, 2000 12:38 pm

Lufthansa, Air Berlin, Hamburg Airlines, Germania.....there may be others
 
Skystar
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RE: Info On German Airlines

Tue Nov 07, 2000 12:42 pm

Lufthansa
Deutsche BA
Augsburg Airways
Contact Air
Germania
LTU
Air Berlin
Britannia (German arm)
Condor
Cirrus Airlines
Cimber Air
Rheintalflug

These are just some, I'm sure there's more.

Cheers,

Justin
 
astrojet
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RE: Info On German Airlines

Tue Nov 07, 2000 2:34 pm

You forgot a big one; Hapag-Lloyd
 
Kuba74
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RE: Info On German Airlines

Tue Nov 07, 2000 3:46 pm

Cimber Air is a Danish (not German) airline based in Soenderborg, they are member of the Lufthansa Team.

You forgot Eurowings which flies A 319, BAE 145, ATR 72/42.
 
SilverWing
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RE: Info On German Airlines

Tue Nov 07, 2000 6:07 pm

Another big charter carrier not mentiones before is Aero Lloyd. They operate a fleet of A 320/321 and MD 82.
Besides, there are some more small carriers, like LGW (based in Dortmund, operating some Donrnier 228), Rheinland Air Service (based in Duesseldorf, operating Short 330), Tempelhof Express (Berlin-Tempelhof, Beech 1900, but I´m not sure if they still exist), OLT (Bremen, Metroliners and Saab 340), European Air Service (I think that was their name, Moenchengladbach / Duesseldorf Express Airport, F 50).
There might be some more that I don´t recall at the moment.
Hope this helps!
 
airsicknessbag
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RE: Info On German Airlines

Tue Nov 07, 2000 6:16 pm

Some additions/corrections to what has been said so far:
Hamburg Airlines doesn´t exist any more, neither does European Air Service.
Condor has a legally separate subsidiary called Condor Berlin. Lufthansa CityLine and Lufthansa Cargo are legally separate airlines as well.
Rheintalflug is Austrian.

You´ll find a complete list of all 31 German airlines under
www.intercpt.demon.co.uk/fleets.html
Follow Germany´s country prefix "D". DaimlerChrysler Aviation who operate an A319 from Stuttgart to Detroit should be listed under "Private".

Daniel 
 
Guest

RE: Info On German Airlines

Tue Nov 07, 2000 7:40 pm

What about Eurowings?

And does EuropeanAir Service really not exist any more? I wanted to book a flight London-Moenchengladbach-Munich with them....
 
airsicknessbag
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RE: Info On German Airlines

Tue Nov 07, 2000 7:51 pm

well, sorry, they seem to exist after all. They just weren´t on that list. This means, they´re either very new or not German.
Daniel 
 
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RE: Info On German Airlines

Tue Nov 07, 2000 11:21 pm

fly FTI is a charter carrier with A320s, it is connected with Airtours (UK).
When you hear the noise of the Tartan Army Boys, we'll be coming down the road!
 
advancedkid
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RE: Info On German Airlines

Tue Nov 07, 2000 11:27 pm

Seems that I havent seen someone mention LTU??
Anyways anyone interseted in this sort of info should
get a current JP book. Therein is a the list of all airlines in the world and their fleet.
Kindest regards,
Advancedkid
 
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Skystar

Tue Nov 07, 2000 11:55 pm

Rheintalflug ist Austrian! Although they fly a lot in Germany.
I am totally missing basics and clueless about airline flying!
 
Guest

RE: Info On German Airlines

Tue Nov 07, 2000 11:58 pm

Hi, here's all of them.

AEF - Aero Lloyd
BAG - Deutsche BA
BER - Air Berlin
CFG - Condor
CIB - Condor Berlin
CLH - Lufthansa CityLine
CLH - Lufthansa Cityline
CLH - Lufthansa CityLine
COC - Cirrus Airlines
DBY - Britannia Airways Deutschland
DLH - Lufthansa
EPA - Express Airways
EWG - Eurowings
EXT - Night Express
FTI - Fly FTI
GEC - Lufthansa Cargo
GMI - Germania
HHI - Hamburg International
HHN - Hahn Air Lines
HLF - Hapag Lloyd
IRT - Augsburg Airways
KIS - Contactair
LBE - Elbee Airlines
LGW - LGW
LTU - LTU
MTM - MTM Aviation
NAG - Northern Air Charter
NRX - Filder Air Service
OLT - OLT
Pri - Private
RLD - RAS - Rheinland Air Services Fluggesellschaft
SBY - Tempelhof Express Airlines
WDL - WDL
XST - Sky Team

Cheers, B737-700
 
advancedkid
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RE: Info On German Airlines

Wed Nov 08, 2000 4:37 am

Good job B737-700,
Did you get all that info from your JP?
Do you speak German?? I kinda like the
name Lufthansa-"Citilein"!
Cheers all of you back home in the good
old world Europe.
Regards to all in the forum,
Advancedkid
 
Guest

RE: Info On German Airlines

Wed Nov 08, 2000 5:00 am

I wish we had a Ryanair, GO or BUZZ....

But we have the Autobahn.
 
Skystar
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RE: I Learnt Something...

Wed Nov 08, 2000 3:13 pm

Ahh if I have learnt something, next time don't just recite all the Lufthansa Team partners you know.

B737-700, nice list.

One question, is T1 at FRA all for Star/Lufthansa? Do ARJ/F50 flights depart from an jetway gate or a ground gate? (sorry, I can't think of the aviation terms today).

Cheers,

Justin
 
LH738
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RE: I Learnt Something...

Wed Nov 08, 2000 4:50 pm

You can get a list for all airlines that contains the departure terminal: http://www.flughafen-frankfurt.de/de/terminal_explorer/depart/airlines.html

Terminal 1 is also for non-Star-Alliance airlines, e.g. American departs from 1C.
 
airsicknessbag
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RE: Skystar

Wed Nov 08, 2000 6:33 pm

Justin,
I´ve never seen anything smaller than a 737-500 served by a jetway gate at FRA.
Daniel 
 
Skystar
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RE: FRA

Thu Nov 09, 2000 10:08 am

Daniel,

Where are the bays for the non airbridged gates?

Cheers,

Justin
 
sydneysider
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RE: Info On German Airlines

Thu Nov 09, 2000 6:14 pm

As LH738 mentioned, T1 in FRA is not only for LH/Star. The parts A and B are totally LH/Star, but at C there´re other airlines like AA (as LH738 mentioned), LTU (maybe they are now in the new link building between T1 and T2, I´m not sure if it´s called D now). But, as you can read in the FRA-airport-mag, T2 isn´t runnig at the limit, it could be, that even the airlines in C change to T2 and T1 becomes a total LH-Terminal.
 
airsicknessbag
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RE: Info On German Airlines

Tue Nov 14, 2000 4:36 am

Justin,

you have normal gates, where you walk down stairs to tarmac level. There´s a bus which takes you to the parking position, either in front of terminal 2 or west of terminal 1 (near the Lufthansa base and hangars).
Airlines based in terminal 1 can have planes parked in front of terminal 2 and vice versa. I think that smaller planes are in front of terminal 2, and bigger ones on the western positions. This is just a personal observation and might be a coincidence.

Daniel  

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