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IATA ICAO Callsign
- DR Delta Romeo
Commenced operations1970
Ceased operations1971
Operating bases
Fleet size6
A Paninternational BAC One-Eleven at Stockholm Arlanda Airport in 1971

Paninternational was a West German leisure airline headquartered in Munich with bases at Munich-Riem Airport and Düsseldorf Airport-


The airline was founded by Munich based tour operator Paneuropa in 1968 and started operations in 1970. After commencing leisure operations within Europe using their new BAC 1-11-500s, Paninternational fastly acquired two Boeing 707-120 pre-owned by American Airlines to expand into long-haul flights.

It ceased operations already in 1971 in the aftermath of the accident of Paninternational Flight 112, which gained large media attention and negative publicity.


Paninternational operated the following aircraft:

Accidents and incidents[edit]

Paninternational suffered one major accident during its existence, which ultimately led to its shutdown:


  1. ^ "ASN Aircraft accident BAC One-Eleven 515FB D-ALAR Hamburg-Fuhlsbüttel Airport (HAM)". Aviation Safety Network.

External links[edit]

Media related to Paninternational at Wikimedia Commons