Category:Balair

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Balair was a Swiss airline that became BalairCTA when it merged with CTA-Compagnie de Transport Aerien in 1993. Balair had its headquarters in Basel. The company started in 1953 as a flying school and pilot training organisation. Commercial service began in June 1957. Soon afterwards, Swissair invested heavily in Balair for charter flights. Scheduled service started in 1965 and cities served were: Basel , Geneva, Bern, Frankfurt, and few years later some long haul routes such as Colombo, Bangkok, Rio de Janeiro and USA. In 1993 Swissair merged Balair with another subsidiary, CTA-Compagnie de Transport Aerien to form BalairCTA which became Belair after the demise of the Swissair Group in 2001.


This page lists all films, TV series, and video games that feature aircraft of Balair.

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Pages in category "Balair"

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