Airline project Berways seeks investors

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Louis Zuleger, founder of the Berways airline project, is looking for investors after two and a half years of preparation. Berways needs a total of 20 million euros for the launch, 12 million of which will be spent in three phases and 8 million as a reserve. The cost planning is very conservative in order to allow for lower expenses than estimated.

Berways plans to serve long-haul holiday destinations from Berlin and Düsseldorf. Up to three Airbus A330s will be added to the fleet in three phases. Operations will initially begin with a single aircraft before more aircraft are added.

When it comes to sales, Berways relies on both direct sales and cooperation with tour operators. In a conversation with, Zuleger emphasized the company's openness to external partners in sales.

Berlin-Brandenburg Airport Terminal 1 (Photo: Granit Pireci).
Berlin-Brandenburg Airport Terminal 1 (Photo: Granit Pireci).