Scale 1-200 model
Registration: EI-TLT (MSN 415) Stored
Flat white display stand - Original box
The Airline of the Translift Group - Operating on behalf of TransAer International Airlines
logo on display stand
Aircraft type: Airbus A320-231
Engines: 2x IAE V2500-A1 - 2x IAE V2527-A5
It used following aircraft during its existence:
EI-TLH (MSN 247) Tail in Cubana colors, without Cologne lettering - Broken up 2012 at LDE
EI-TLP (MSN 760) Broken up Sep 2014 at GYR
EI-TLR (MSN 414) Stored
EI-TLS (MSN 430) Stored
EI-TLT (MSN 415) Stored
Transaer Cologne was founded in 1998 as a subsidiary of Irish company Transaer International Airlines.
Operating almost exclusively at Cologne/Bonn Airport, operations began in March 1999 with an Airbus A320-200 and so IT charter services were flown on behalf of various tour operators.
In addition to smaller tour operators, companies such as Schauinsland-Reisen, Alltours and today's Thomas Cook Group are among the customers of Transaer Cologne.
In addition, from July 2, 1999, government officials were also transported between Cologne and Berlin, although a changing market situation meant that the company had to cease operations on April 8, 2000 after the last flight from Palma to Cologne had been carried out.
The Irish parent company Transaer International Airlines also ceased operations on October 20 of the same year and was subsequently liquidated.
IATA: T7 (Used by Transaer International Airlines)
ICAO: TLA (Used by Transaer International Airlines)
Callsign: TRANSLIFT (Used by Transaer International Airlines)
Airline Founded: March 1998
Operations started: March 1999
Ceased operations: 8 April 2000
Base - Main Hub: Cologne-Bonn (CGN / EDDK)
Colors: Black - Blue - Green - Grey - Orange - Red - White
Dimensions (cm): Box: 4,5 x 7 x 24,7 / Model: 18,8 x 17,2 x 12,3
Weight (g): 112
inkl. MwSt. |