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InterSky to operate Zurich-Dresden flights this summer

InterSky Luftfahrt (Bregenz and Friedrichshafen) for the summer season will operate six weekly flights from Zurich to Dresden starting on May 5 per Austrian Aviation Net.

Copyright Photo: Paul Bannwarth/AirlinersGallery.com. Bombardier DHC-8-314 OE-LIA (msn 505) in the special Steirmark livery arrives in Zurich.

InterSky: AG Slide Show

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CityJet will be merged with InterSky

CityJet (Dublin and London-City) is currently owned by the Air France-KLM Group and is for sale. As previously reported, last month the group announced Intro Aviation GmbH, of which Hans Rudolf Woehrl is a co-founder, made an offer pending finalization to acquire CityJet as well as its subsidiary VLM Airlines. The deal is expected to close in this quarter.

Now German aviation investor Hans Rudolf Woehrl says he wants to merge CityJet with InterSky Lufthfahrt (Bregenz, Austria and Friedrichshafen, Germany) according to this report by Reuters. Intro Aviation controls 74.9 percent of the InterSky stock.

Woehrl wants the merged new carrier to serve regional routes that will not upset the major carriers.

Read the full article: CLICK HERE

Top Copyright Photo: Pepscl/AirlinersGallery.com. CityJet operates most of its flights for Air France. It is unclear if the Air France relationship will survive the sale and merger. BAe RJ85 EI-RJH (msn E2344) taxies at Charles de Gaulle (CDG) hub near Paris.

CityJet: AG Slide Show

Air France by CityJet: AG Slide Show

InterSky:AG Slide Show

Bottom Copyright Photo: Andi Hiltl/AirlinersGallery.com. InterSky operates three Bombardier DHC-8-300s(Q300) and two ATR 72-600s. InterSky’s ATR 72-212A (ATR 72-600) OE-LIB (msn 1038) lands at Zurich.

InterSky’s seasonal and regular routes from Friedrichshafen:

InterSky takes delivery of its first new ATR 72-600

InterSky ATR 72-600 OE-LIB (12)(Ldg)(ATR)(LR)

InterSky Luftfahrt (Bregenz and Friedrichshafen) on January 8 took delivery of their first ATR 72-600 aircraft ordered in 2012. This is also the first ATR aircraft that will fly in the livery of an Austrian airline.

The new aircraft was welcomed at Friedrichshafen Airport, the company’s main operating base, strategically situated in the southernmost part of Germany. Although headquartered in Bregenz, Austria, InterSky benefits from the proximity of the Friedrichshafen Airport to both Swiss and Austrian borders allowing the airline to conveniently serve many commuters and business travelers from the Alpine regions.

The special delivery ceremony was witnessed by Friedrichshafen’s District Administrator Lothar Wölfle and the City Mayor Andreas Brand. The second ATR 72-600 ordered by InterSky is scheduled for delivery in March this year, with the aircraft entering service on routes to key regional destinations in Germany, Austria and Switzerland.

InterSky was founded in 2002 by Renate Moser and Rolf Seewald and has been successful for the last 11 years. In February 2012, INTRO Group of the German entrepreneur Hans Rudolf Wöhrl became a 51% shareholder of the company. For the time being, InterSky serves the regional sector connecting the Lake Constance area to German cities like Berlin, Dusseldorf and Hamburg, but also from Austria’s Vienna and Graz to Zurich. In the summertime the destinations Elba (out of Friedrichshafen, Munich, Zürich, Bergamo and Geneva), Olbia, Split, Zadar and Pula are also part of the schedule. With the purchase of two new ATR 72-600s the fleet will grow up to five aircraft, additionally to the current three Bombardier DHC 8-300s.

Copyright Photo: ATR. ATR 72-600 OE-LIB (msn 1038) has also ushered in a new livery for the growing airline.

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InterSky orders two new ATR 72-600s

InterSky Luftfahrt (Bregenz and Friedrichshafen) has signed a contract for the purchase of two new ATR 72-600s. The first of the 70-seat ATR 72-600s will be introduced in December this year, with the second one following in March 2013. These aircraft will become the first ATRs to be operated by an Austrian carrier.

With the introduction of these two new ATR 72-600s, InterSky will almost double the seat capacity of its fleet, which currently consists of three 50-seat Bombardier DHC-8-300 turboprop aircraft.

Image: ATR. The drawing suggests a new livery for this new type.


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InterSky orders two ATR 72-600s

InterSky (Bregenz, Austria and Friedrichshafen, Germany) ordered two ATR 72-600 for delivery in December 2012 and March 2013, to supplement the Bombardier DHC-8-300s.

Read the press release from the airline (in German): CLICK HERE

Copyright Photo: Keith Burton. The new ATR 72-600s will supplement the existing Bombardier DHC-8-300s. DHC-8-311 OE-LSB (msn 525) completes its final approach into Zurich.