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Charter Operator
Lufttransport   (Norway)
Charter bases and aircraft
Bodo 2 x Leonardo AW139 (AgustaWestland AW139) - Passenger
Longearbyen 1 x Dornier Do228-200 (Dornier Do228) - Passenger
Svalbard (Longyear) 1 x Dornier Do228NG (Dornier Do228) - Passenger
Bergen (Flesland) No aircraft specified
Tromso No aircraft specified
  • AOC/Part 135: NO.AOC.016 (Air Transport FW AS)
  • Wyvern Certified: No
  • ARGUS Rating: No
  • ACSF IAS: No
  • IS-BAO: No
Company data
News from Business Air News
RUAG turns screw to finish Do228 inspection in six weeks
November 29, 2020
Normally a 72-month inspection takes about two months. In order to keep operations going, Lufttransport needed to have the aircraft back in service within six weeks, which led RUAG to tailor its schedule.
First AW189 arrives at Bel Air with two more due
November 6, 2014
Bel Air, which has its main base at Esbjerg airport in Denmark, has taken delivery of its first AW189 super medium helicopter.
Lufttransport extends all-weather capability to the Arctic
November 7, 2013
Perspectives – Courting brokers, business and the stars; selling charter has never been more challenging
October 3, 2011
This month we view business aviation from the perspective of the air charter operator's sales team – the men and women charged with arguably the most important job of all, making sure there are passengers in the cabin.
Lufttransport modernises Do 228 fleet
February 9, 2011
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