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All German One-Eleven operators flying prior to the reunification of the Federal (West German) and Democratic (East German) Republics on 3rd October 1990 were based in the Federal Republic of Germany. All One-Eleven airline operations into West Berlin were performed by British or American registered aircraft up to this time and flew to either Tempelhof or Tegel.

 

Aeroflug. - ( )

Dusseldorf

This company was due to operate three Series 402APs and operate from a Düsseldorf base. Although marks were allocated for the aircraft, the airline failed to commence operations.

 

Registration
c/n
Type
Delivery
Withdrawn
Notes

D-AFWA

161

402AP

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Not taken up

D-AFWB

094

402AP

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Not taken up

D-AFWC

091

402AP

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Not taken up

 

Bavaria Fluggesellschaft Schwabe & Co. KG - (BV)

Munich

This company ordered two Series 414EGs with an option a third on 29th October 1966.  For the summer season of 1967 a Series 402AP was leased from the manufacturer before delivery of its first aircraft in December 1967.  The initial aircraft flew a charter programme from Munich to Barcelona, Catania, Dubrovnik, Naples, Newcastle and Palma, from Palma to Dusseldorf and Stuttgart, from Hannover to Dubrovnik and from Frankfurt to Valencia. It also flew a once a week charter on behalf of Aviaco between Gatwick and Ibiza. Two further aircraft were leased for the summer 1968 programme, these being a Series 408EF in May and June and a Series 413FA from June to November.  This last aircraft was later purchased as the company’s second and re-delivered in April 1969.  The option was taken up and two further Series 414EGs were ordered with delivery in February, April and December 1970.  These were operated in an 84 seat single class configuration.  Following the loss of its original aircraft in July 1970, a Series 402AP was leased from the manufacturer from August 1970 to January 1971.  Three Series 528FLs were later ordered with delivery in December 1970, February 1971 and March 1972.  These were operated in either a 109 or 114 single class configuration.  In April 1976 a Series 518FG was leased in and this continued until October the same year.  The aircraft were used on inclusive tour and charter flights throughout Europe and to North Africa. From the German cities of Cologne, Düsseldorf, Frankfurt, Hamburg, Hannover, Munich, Nuremberg, Saabrücken and Stuttgart charter flights were flown to points including Alicante, Athens, Barcelona, Bastia, Birmingham, Catania, Constanta, Corfu, Djerba, Dubrovnik, Gerona, Glasgow, Heraklion, Ibiza, Istanbul, Las Palmas, Liverpool, Ljubljana, London-Gatwick, Mahón, Málaga, Malta, Manchester, Monastir, Naples, Palermo, Palma, Pula, Reus, Rhodes, Rimini, Seville, Split, Stockholm, Tangier, Tarbes-Lourdes, Tenerife, Tunis, Valencia, Varna and Venice. Aircraft were also operated on behalf of Deutsche Lufthansa AG on schedules from Munich to Frankfurt with effect from 4th September 1969 and from Hannover to Munich and Stuttgart during 1970. The Series 413FA was leased to Gulf Aviation Co Ltd from November 1975.  In early 1977 one of the Series 528FLs was modified with additional fuel tanks and a more luxurious 95 seat cabin enabling the aircraft to operate non-stop services from Munich to the Canaries and Madeira.  The company merged with Germanair Bedarfsluftfahrt on 1st March 1977 and a new company was formed called Bavaria/Germanair Fluggesselschaft mbH.

 

 

Registration
c/n
Type
Delivery
Withdrawn
Notes

D-AILY

163

414EG

26Feb70

06Dec75

To N123H

D-AISY

158

414EG

22Apr70

01Mar77

 

D-ALLl

116

413FA

25Apr69

01Mar77

 

D-ANDI

158

414EG

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NTU see D-AISY above

D-ANDY

127

414EG

29Dec67

19Jul70

W/O on t/o Gerona

D-ANNO

160

414EG

22Dec70

01Mar77

 

D-ALFA

234

528FL

26Feb71

01Mar77

 

D-AMUC

227

528FL

03Dec70

01Mar77

 

D-ANUE

238

528FL

15Mar72

01Mar77

 

G-AVEJ

094

402AP

23Mar67

30Oct67

Lsd from BAC

G-AVGP

114

408EF

16May68

27Jun68

Lsd from BAC

G-AWGG

116

413FA

25Jun68

08Nov68

Lsd from BAC

G-AYHM

161

402AP

30Aug70

04Jan71

Lsd from BAC

G-AXMG

201

518FG

30Apr76

18Oct76

Lsd from Court Line

 

Names used on the aircraft:-

D-AILY - Dominikus Zimmermann

D-AISY - Frans von Lenbach

D-ALLI - Nymphenburg and later Moritz von Schwind

D-ANDY - Schwabing

D-ANNO - Carl Spitsweg

D-ALFA - Jakob Fugger

D-AMUC - Ludwig Thoma

D-ANUE - Albrecht Dürer

G-AWGG - Nymphenburg

 

Bavaria / Germanair Fluggesellschaft, mbH. - (BV)

Frankfurt & Munich

Formed from the merger of Germanair Bedarfsluftfahrt GmbH and Bavaria Fluggesellscahaft Schwabe & Co KG on 1st March 1977, this company inherited three Series 400 aircraft and seven Series 500 aircraft which the new company continued to employ on inclusive tour and charter services to similar destinations to those served by Bavaria Fluggesellschaft Schwabe & Co KG. Two of the Series 400s were disposed of in November 1977, with the last going in April 1978. In January 1979 the company merged into Hapag-Loyd Fluggesellschaft and the latter name survived.

 

Registration
c/n
Type
Delivery
Withdrawn
Notes

D-AISY

158

414EG

01Mar77

28Nov77

To HZ-MF1

D-ALLI

116

413FA

01Mar77

29Apr78

To DQ-FCR

D-ANNO

160

414EG

01Mar77

15Nov77

To G-BFMC

D-ALFA

234

528FL

01Mar77

Jan79

 

D-AMAM

229

515FB

01Mar77

Jan79

 

D-AMAS

187

515FB

01Mar77

Jan79

 

D-AMAT

235

524FF

01Mar77

Jan79

 

D-AMOR

197

524FF

91Mar77

Jan79

 

D-AMUC

227

528FL

01Mar77

Jan79

 

D-ANUE

238

528FL

01Mar77

Jan79

 

 

 Deutsche Lufthansa, AG. - (LH/DLH)

Cologne

Bavaria Fluggesellschaft Schwabe & Co was contracted to operate schedules on behalf of Lufthansa between Munich and Frankfurt in 1969 and in 1970 twice daily between Hannover and Munich and once daily between Hannover and Stuttgart. Any aircraft drawn from Bavaria’s Series 400 fleet was used for this work.

 

Germanair Bedarfsluftfahrt mbH. & Co. KG - (DV)

Frankfurt

Prior to taking delivery of the initially ordered three Series 524FFs, this company leased a Series 409AY from August to October 1969. The new aircraft were delivered in October and December 1969 and in March 1970 in a 114 single class configuration. A fourth new aircraft was delivered in May 1971 while two second hand Series 515FBs were added in May 1972. Two of the aircraft were sold in April and November 1974, one of these being replaced by a leased Series 518FG for the 1974 summer season. The aircraft were employed on inclusive tour and charter work throughout Europe and to North Africa until the company merged with Bavaria Fluggesellschaft Schwabe & Co KG on 1st March 1977 to form Bavaria/Germanair Fluggesellschaft GmbH.

 

Registration
c/n
Type
Delivery
Withdrawn
Notes

D-AMAM

229

515FB

11May72

01Mar77

 

D-AMAS

187

515FB

25May72

01Mar77

 

D-AMAT

235

524FF

08May71

01Mar77

 

D-AMIE

190

524FF

17Oct69

Apr74

To PAL RP-C1184

D-AMOR

197

524FF

20Mar70

01Mar77

 

D-AMUR

195

524FF

16Dec69

06Nov74

To PAL RP-C1185

D-ANOR
197
524FF
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Not taken up

G-AXBB

162

409AY

14Aug69

23Oct69

Lsd from BAC

G-AXMK

205

518FG

21May74

30Oct74

Lsd from Court Line

 

 

Name used on the aircraft:-

D-AMIE Niedersachsen

 

Hapag-Lloyd Fluggesellschaft, mbH. - (HF/HLF)

Hannover

This company merged with Bavaria/Germanair Fluggesellschaft Gmbh in January 1979 retaining the Hapag-Lloyd name. With the merger came three Series 528FLs, two Series 515FBs and two Series 524FFs. The aircraft were painted in the new company's colour scheme and continued to fly on similar work. The company soon disposed of the aircraft with the last two sold in October 1981.

 

Registration
c/n
Type
Delivery
Withdrawn
Notes

D-ALFA

234

528FL

Jan79

29Oct81

To BCAL G-BJRT

D-AMAM

229

515FB

Jan79

10Apr81

To Dan Air G-AZPZ

D-AMAS

187

515FB

Jan79

23Nov79

To Austral LV-PEW

D-AMAT

235

524FF

Jan79

30Oct80

To Air malawi 7Q-YKK

D-AMOR

197

524FF

Jan79

23Jan80

To Austral LV-PFR

D-AMUC

227

528FL

Jan79

29Jan80

To Austral LV-OAY

D-ANUE

238

528FL

Jan79

29Oct81

To BCAL G-BJRU

 

Helmut Horten, GmbH.

On 10th August 1964 this entrepreneur, who founded the large chain of German department stores known as Horten AG, ordered a Series 211AH fitted out with an executive 34 seat cabin. It was delivered in January 1966 and operated throughout Europe until September 1975, when it was disposed of.

 

Registration
c/n
Type
Delivery
Withdrawn
Notes

D-ABHH

084

211AH

29Jan66

05Sep75

To N504T

 

Orientair, Ltd. - ( )

Berlin-Tempelhof

This company arranged to buy two Series 401AKs from American Airlines Inc for operation on inclusive tour flights from Berlin to Mediterranean holiday destinations.  The first aircraft was fully painted in Orientair colours and ready for delivery at Hurn by October 1972 but the company failed to start operations and the aircraft was not delivered.  The second aircraft has not been identified.

 

Registration
c/n
Type
Delivery
Withdrawn
Notes

G-AZMI

066

401AK

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Paninternational / Panair. - (PE/DR)

Dusseldorf & Munich

Known as Panair until 1st January 1970, Paninternational initially ordered two Series 515FBs and later placed repeat orders for two additional aircraft. The first was delivered in June 1969, with two more in March and May 1970 with the final aircraft in March 1971. Fitted out with a 109 seat single class passenger cabin, they were operated on inclusive tour and charter flights throughout Europe, including Dubrovnik, Catania, Istanbul, Malaga, Malta and Stockholm, to Tenerife in the Canary Islands via Madrid or Seville and to Funchal in Madeira via Lisbon. The airline also flew as far south as Mombasa in Kenya from Munich on regular charters via Athens, Cairo and Djibouti but occasionally used other way points where necessary. After losing an aircraft soon after take-off in early September 1971, they company ceased trading on 6th October 1971 and was liquidated on 31st December 1971.

 

Registration
c/n
Type
Delivery
Withdrawn
Notes

D-ALAQ

229

515FB

04Mar71

06Oct71

To G-AZPZ

D-ALAR

207

515FB

13May70

06Sep71

W/O Hamburg

D-ALAS

208

515FB

20Mar70

06Oct71

To G-AZPE

D-ALAT

187

515FB

13Jun69

06Oct71

To G-AZPY

 

Names used on the aircraft:-

D-ALAR - Jorn

D-ALAT - Arno

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