Windrose Air

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Not to be confused with Wind Rose Aviation. ‹See Tfd›
Windrose Air
Windrose Air logo.svg
IATA
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ICAO
QGA
Callsign
QUADRIGA
Hubs Berlin Schönefeld Airport
Secondary hubs Leipzig/Halle, Poznań-Ławica
Fleet size 16
Headquarters Flag of Germany.svg Berlin, Germany
Key people Andreas Wolf
Website http://www.windroseair.de/

Windrose Air is an airline based in Schönefeld, Germany operating business and private charter services, cargo and air ambulance services. It operates from Berlin Schönefeld Airport, Leipzig/Halle and Poznań-Ławica.

Fleet[edit]

The Windrose Air fleet comprises (as of January 2008):[1][2]

Incidents and accidents[edit]

On December 19, 2010 the Beechcraft Premier I (Aircraft registration: D-IAYL) corporate jet crashed into a transformation station in the municipality Bever near the Samedan Airport and killed both crew members.[3]

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Coordinates: 46°32′56″N 9°53′20″E / 46.54889°N 9.88889°E / 46.54889; 9.88889