Arcus-Air Logistic

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Arcus-Air Logistic
Arcus-Air Logistic logo.png
IATA
ZE
ICAO
AZE
Callsign
ARCUS AIR
Founded 1973
Hubs Mannheim City Airport
Fleet size 4
Headquarters Troisdorf, Germany
Website http://www.arcus-air.com/

Arcus-Air Logistic is an airline based in Troisdorf, Germany, operating chartered cargo and corporate flights out of Mannheim City Airport.[1]

History[edit]

The airline was established in 1973.[1] It offered scheduled passenger flights from Mannheim to Oberpfaffenhofen in the 1980s and to Leipzig and Dresden in the early 1990s, following the German Reunification. In 1997, Arcus-Air Logistic set up a subsidiary named Cosmos Air, which operated scheduled flights from Mannheim to Berlin and London, using the respective city-centre airports (London City Airport and now-closed Tempelhof Airport), using Dornier Do 328 aircraft. In 1999, Cosmos Air was sold to Cirrus Airlines,[citation needed] bringing an end to scheduled flights operated by Arcus-Air Logistic.

Fleet[edit]

An Arcus Air Dornier Do 228 at Pamplona Airport (2008)

At November 2007, the Arcus-Air Logistic fleet consisted of 4 Dornier Do 228 turboprop aircraft.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c "Directory: World Airlines". Flight International. 2007-03-27. p. 76. 

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