Nuremberg Airport looked back on February 5, 1997 on Saturday. On this day, the Airbus A319 with the registration D-AKNE was christened "Albrecht Dürer". The machine was originally used by the then regional airline Eurowings for charter services.
With the founding of Germanwings, which emerged from the EW subsidiary Eurowings Flug GmbH, the medium-haul jet switched to this. This A319 was stationed in Salzburg, Stuttgart, Nuremberg and later Cologne/Bonn, among other places.
In the eleventh year, the machine came to Lufthansa and was leased to the new Italian subsidiary Lufthansa Italia for three years, before returning to Germanwings at the age of 15. At the age of 22, the former “Albrecht Dürer” was parked in Teruel, Spain, and then scrapped at the age of 24.