HAPAG LLOYD FLUG

IATA: HF - 617 ICAO: HLF FOUNDED: JUL 1972 CEASED OPERATIONS: 3 APR 2007

HISTORY: HAPAG LLOYD FLUG (between 2005 and 2007 also marketed as Hapagfly) was an airline based in Langenhagen, Lower Saxony, Germany. Was established in July 1972, when the Hapag-Lloyd shipping group bought a few Boeing 727s to fly its cruise passengers from Germany to the ports of call for the cruises. In January 2007, it was merged into the new cooperation TUIfly with Hapag-Lloyd Express.

 

 

UNKNOWN (From Luxembourg to Stuttgart)

 

 

29/4/1993 (From Hamburg to Athens)

 

 

11/3/1999 (From Mulhouse to Arrecife to Mulhouse)

 

 

24/3/2001 (From Mulhouse to Arrecife to Mulhouse)

 

 

 

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