Paninternational

Paninternational
IATA ICAO Callsign
- DR Delta Romeo
Founded1968
Commenced operations1970
Ceased operations1971
Operating bases
Fleet size6
A Paninternational BAC One-Eleven at Stockholm Arlanda Airport in 1971

Paninternational was a West German leisure airline headquartered in Munich with bases at Munich-Riem Airport and Düsseldorf Airport-

History[]

The airline was founded by Munich based tour operator Paneuropa in 1968 and started operations in 1970. After commencing leisure operations within Europe using their new BAC 1-11-500s, Paninternational fastly acquired two Boeing 707-120 pre-owned by American Airlines to expand into long-haul flights.

It ceased operations already in 1971 in the aftermath of the accident of Paninternational Flight 112, which gained large media attention and negative publicity.

Fleet[]

Paninternational operated the following aircraft:

Accidents and incidents[]

Paninternational suffered one major accident during its existence, which ultimately led to its shutdown:

References[]

  1. ^ "ASN Aircraft accident BAC One-Eleven 515FB D-ALAR Hamburg-Fuhlsbüttel Airport (HAM)". Aviation Safety Network.

External links[]

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