Bern: Belpmoos charters Lübeck Air for Olbia flights

Embraer 190 (Photo: Lübeck Air).
Embraer 190 (Photo: Lübeck Air).

Bern: Belpmoos charters Lübeck Air for Olbia flights

Embraer 190 (Photo: Lübeck Air).
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The tour operator Belpmoos Reisen will operate charter flights from Bern-Belp to Olbia from May 14th to October 15th, 2022. These are operated by German Airways with Embraer 190.

Externally, this charter connection appears as Lübeck Air and is flown under the Air Alsie code. This is because the North German company formally charters with Air Alsie and the Danish carrier has German Airways under wet lease.

According to Belpmoos Reisen, there will be continuous flights, but not on August 6, 13 and 20, 2022. This is justified, among other things, by a public holiday. The flight time from Bern-Belp to Olbia is around 80 minutes.

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