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About Augsburg Airways GmbH: Company Information
The Augsburg Airways GmbH has left the group. The Augsburg Airways GmbH is operating as a merchant carrier. In the past, the name of the enterprise was Interot Airways GmbH. The Augsburg Airways GmbH was established in 1980 and is headquartered in Hallbergmoos, Germany. It is a wholly owned affiliate of Lufthansa Systems AG. Augsburg Airways GmbH has not registered any key executives.
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#p8200841">RE: Airways Augsburg has stopped flight operations
On 26 October Augsburg Airways terminated its agreement with Lufthansa, the last business aircraft on this date being a Dash 8. On Monday 28OCT, the entire vehicle pool (with the exception of the E195, which was handed over directly to LH CityLine) was brought to MST (Maastricht) for stock. I' ve worked with IQ crew on LH everyday from my "home" airports, as I am an LH loading agent/supervisor myself, and I have to say they are missing.
See you, Augsburg Airways! There are no () MST - MUC series. By the way, since Air Dolomiti has also discontinued its air traffic control services, all Lufthansa Regional services are now carried out with jets. The entire E195 fleets (with the exception of the E195, which was handed over directly to LH CityLine) were moved to MST (Maastricht) for warehousing on Monday 28OCT.
However, it is a Lufthansa affiliate and has a specific "work area". The Augsburg Airways Group had a franchising agreement with Lufthansa, which was canceled. In fact, there are a number of other carriers that used to fly Lufthansa that have since gone, such as Cirrus, Cimber, Air Littoral.... their only live-hoo?
Quote Tobias2702 (answer 3): Quote Tobias2702 (answer 6): In fact, there are a number of other carriers that used to fly Lufthansa which no longer exist, such as Cirrus, Cimber, Air Littoral...., which also consist of former Cirrus people. This is the first image of the E195 that was transmitted to CityLine:
Did the LC treaty become their only life line? ended the deductible, they had no way out. Quote Tobias2702 (answer 6): The Augsburg Airways Group had a franchising deal with Lufthansa which was canceled. In fact, there are a number of other carriers that have operated Lufthansa services since Cirrus, Cimber, Air Littoral.... I think we can now say that every local airline that has a franchising deal with Lufthansa has been contracted.....
We can now say that any local airline that has a franchising contract with LH has ended up..... This is still a deficit for Lufthansa IMO, the growth of the growth in the Paris region is still very limited for Lufthansa. From Munich there are only connections to Paris-CDG, Marseille, Lyon, Nice, Bordeaux, Nantes and Toulouse, not all with Lufthansa.