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6-Sep-2012 3:08 PM

OLT Express Germany to adopt LCC model and commence new routes

OLT Express Germany announced (30-Aug-2012) plans to change its operational model from regional to low-cost point-to-point services, effective 01-Oct-2012 – see Route Changes Table for more information. As part of the change, the airline plans to commence new services from Dresden, Munster and Saabrucken. The airline will have one 100-seat Fokker 100 at Saarbrücken to support the four new services to Munich, Hamburg, Vienna, and London Southend Airport. At  Münster/Osnabrück, six new destinations will be added from 15-Oct-2012 to Berlin, Munich, Stuttgart, Vienna, Paris and Milan, with services to be operated with 100-seat Fokker 100 aircraft. From Dresden, three new destinations will be added – Vienna, Budapest and London, again supported by Fokker 100 aircraft. Details are as follows:

  • Saarbrucken-Hamburg: Daily service, effective 01-Oct-2012;
  • Saarbrucken-London Southend: Three times weekly service, effective 01-Oct-2012;
  • Saarbrucken-Munich: 11 times weekly service, effective 01-Oct-2012;
  • Saarbrucken-Vienna: Four times weekly service, effective 01-Oct-2012;
  • Munster-Berlin Schonefeld: 11 times weekly service, effective 15-Oct-2012;
  • Munster-Milan Malpensa: Three times weekly service, effective 15-Oct-2012;
  • Munster-Munich: 11 times weekly service, effective 15-Oct-2012;
  • Munster-Paris CDG: Four times weekly service, effective 15-Oct-2012;
  • Munster-Stuttgart: Six times weekly service, effective 15-Oct-2012;
  • Munster-Vienna: Daily service, effective 15-Oct-2012;
  • Dresden-Budapest: Three times weekly service, effective 28-Oct-2012;
  • Dresden-London Southend: Daily service effective 28-Oct-2012;
  • Dresden-Vienna: Daily service, effective 28-Oct-2012;
  • Dresden-Hamburg: 10 times weekly service, effective 07-Jan-2013.

OLT Express Germany will be the sole operator on Saarbrucken-London Southend, Saarbrucken-Vienna, Munster-Berlin Schonefeld, Munster-Milan Malpensa, Munster-Paris CDG, Dresden-Budapest, and Dresden-London Southend services, according to Innovata. [more - original PR - Saarbrucken] [more - original PR - Munster/Osnabruck] [more - original PR - Saxony]

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