Fleet list of Ad Astra Aero AG and predecessors (1919-1931)

Fleet list of Ad Astra Aero AG and predecessors (1919-1931) By: Rob Mulder, www.europeanairlines.no We would like to receive information from the reader about the mistakes in this list. 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 One of the predeccessors of SWISSAIR was the airline company Ad Astra Aero AG, which in its turn came from a number of other airline companies. Fleet list of Frick & Co., Luftverkehrsgesellschaft...

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Alpar, Flugplatzgenossenschaft, Bern (1929-1936)

By: Rob Mulder For: www.europeanairlines.no This small Swiss airlines company was formed in 1929 and managed to survive the turbulent Second World War. Its fleet consisted of many smaller type of aircraft, but its history is enjoyable reading. It was to connect the city of Bern won the international network and to organise joy ride flights and other flying activities from the airport of Bern – Belpmoos. Its history can be divided into two periods: 1929-1936, when it was called Alpar, Flugplatzgenossenschaft and 1936 – 1947 Alpar, Schweizerische Luftverkehrs AG. On March 5, 1929 the Alpar, Flugplatzgenossenschaft - Bern, Alpar-Bern...

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