Fleet list of Österreichische Luftverkehrs AG (1923-1938)

Fleet list of Österreichische Luftverkehrs AG - ÖLAG (1923-1938) By: Rob Mulder For: Abbreviations: b/u = Broken up Canx = cancelled from the register c/n = Constructor’s Number dbr = Destroyed beyond repair f.u. = Fate unknown In = Date aircraft was taken in use / or registered Regn = Registration wfu = Withdrawn from use   Junkers Flugzeugwerk AG formed this Austrian airline company in 1923. It owned 85 % of the company’s shares.ÖLAG was formed as an Austrian partner on a route to Germany, but soon turned its attention towards other air services. Especially after the merger...

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Smaller airlines companies in Austria (1918-1938)

By: Rob Mulder For: This article is about the history of smaller airline companies in Austria in the period 1918-1938. The history of the main airline company, Österreichische Luftverkehrs AG – ÖLAG, will be described in a future article. Unfortunately we have no pictures about the airline companies mentioned below, so if anyone can supply copyright free pictures we would be interested to publish them. Introduction Together with France, Germany and the United Kingdom, the Austrian-Hungarian Empire was among the dominating Empires in Europe, if not in the world. The Empire was established by Rudolf IV (King from 1358-1365)....

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