Bremenfly

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Bremenfly
Bremenfly logo.jpg
IATA
8B overlap Business air
ICAO
BFY
Callsign
BORGWARDT
Founded 2008
Commenced operations 2009
Ceased operations 2010
Operating bases Berlin Schönefeld Airport[1]
Fleet size 2 (at closure)
Headquarters Schönefeld, Germany
Website bremenfly.com

Bremenfly GmbH was a German charter airline based in Schönefeld, Germany.[2]

History[edit]

Bremenfly was founded in 2008, received its AOC on 15 April 2009[citation needed] and started operations on 20 May of the same year,[1] originally being based at Bremen Airport. The company was funded by Jordanian KH Group,[citation needed] along with Alexandria Airlines and Jordan Aviation, thus initially offering charter flights to Beirut and Amman out of several German airports.

In 2010 the Bremenfly headquarters were moved from Bremen to Berlin. On 3 November 2010, the airline returned its operating licence.[1] Due to financial constraints, plans for a relaunch of operations could not be realized.

Destinations[edit]

During summer season 2010, Bremenfly operated charter flights to the following destinations:

 Germany
 Israel
 Turkey

Fleet[edit]

Bremenfly Boeing 737-400

The Bremenfly fleet consisted of two Boeing 737-400 aircraft, which were equipped with 168 passenger seats in an all-economy class cabin layout.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d Bremenfly at planespotters.net
  2. ^ "Kontakt." Bremenfly. 27 August 2010. Retrieved on 7 January 2012. "Zeppelinstr. 1 Berlin-Schönefeld 12529 Deutschland"

External links[edit]

Media related to Bremenfly at Wikimedia Commons