Category:Deutsche BA

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Deutsche BA was established in March 1992 and started operations in June 1992. It was founded when British Airways(BA) acquired a 49% stake in Delta Air, a regional airline based at Friedrichshafen, and renamed it Deutsche BA. In April 1997, after liberalisation of the European air traffic market,British Airways acquired the remaining shares. Deutsche BA’s fleet consist entirely of 18 Boeing 737-300 aircraft, dropping secondary routes and focusing on internal German routes, feeder services to Gatwick and links to other oneworld partners, notably Iberia and Finnair. After few years of losses, and a project of EasyJet to purchase Deutsche BA, British Airways announced plans to sell Deutsche BA to Intro Verwaltungsgesellschaft for a token sum of 1 Euro. In addition British Airways would invest £25m into the airline and guarantee its fleet of 16 Boeing 737s for a year. In return British Airways would receive 25% of any profits or proceeds from a sale until June 2006. It was rebranded as Dba Lufttahrtgesellschaft mbH.
On November 30, 2008, the now parent company Air Berlin dissolved the company dba.


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

See also

Deutsche BA at Wikipedia

Pages in category "Deutsche BA"

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