Air Pictorial 1999-11
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M.Killian - Eurowings - a German success story (1)
Berlin’s famous Tempelhof terminal forms the backdrop to one of RFG’s ATR42s in May 1996.
Ordered before the ILG collapse, ATR72 D-ANFA was the first of its type to be introduced into service.
Aircraft of all three airlines, pictured just after the merger which resulted in the formation of Eurowings.
NFD’s sole Dornier 228 D-ILWD, ex-D-CHOF, at Dortmund in May 1992.
As well as RFG and Swiss operator Crossair, Metroliners equipped NFD and Hanover is where this example was photographed in August 1989.
The Swearingen Metroliner proved a sought-after type with many of Europe’s regional operators in the 1980s. This example, D-ICRL, is seen in RFG’s original colours in July 1990.
Eurowings’ first Airbus A319, D-AKNF, was delivered in January 1997.