Euralair

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Euralair
Euralair Caravelle F-BTDL.jpg
Euralair Sud-Aviation Caravelle (F-BTDL) at Pisa Airport on a charter flight in 1975.
IATA ICAO Callsign
RN ERL EURALAIR EXECUTIVE
Founded1964
Ceased operationsNovember 2003

Euralair was a charter airline based in France. Euralair was founded in 1964 as an air-taxi and executive charter company. In 1966 it became charter airline and operated its first charter flights in 1968 when it received the first Fokker F-27 (F-BRHL) on November 11, 1968, and the second (F-BRQL) on October 15, 1969; the last one sold to the Swiss company Belair (as HB-AAZ) in June 1973. In order to develop its charter activity, in November 1971 Euralair bought from Austrian Airline the first Sud Aviation Caravelle VIR (F-BSEL) and in 1973 the second (F-BTDL).[1]

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  1. ^ David Mondey, World’s Airliner Registrations, Ian Allan Ltd., 1974, ISBN 0-7110-0548-6

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