21-Apr-2010 Source: Cirrus Airlines
SaarbrÃ¼cken (ots) – Due to the current situation in the aviation Cirrus Airlines as of Tuesday morning, 20 April, jointly with HTM Helicopter Travel Munich a helicopter shuttle from Munich to German cities. Thus, the renowned German airline with a reliable, fast and comfortable service for passengers available to those wishing to travel on short notice. This shuttle is possible, as helicopters fly below the cloud line in visual flight.
Cirrus Airlines HTM and connect with the airport Frankfurt-Munich Egelsbach, Hamburg, Berlin and Luxembourg, more routes are available on request as possible. At least four passengers per flight booked is a prerequisite for the launch. Upon receipt of the booking shall Cirrus Airlines set the start time and informs the passengers. The price per passenger and easier route is made as between Munich and Frankfurt-Egelsbach 1.000, – EUR plus VAT and between Munich and Hamburg, 1900, – EUR plus VAT takeoffs and landings each morning and evening by the General Aviation Terminal (GAT ) of the airports, the flight time is 1.5 to 2.5 hours. Offers will be flown by helicopter Agusta A 109, which can accommodate six passengers and is controlled by two pilots. The helicopters are equipped with a comfortable VIP cabin interior, and the highest demands. Each traveler can carry 15 kg luggage.
In addition to the carriage of passengers, the transportation of urgent mail and spare parts is possible.
Cirrus Airlines Reservations takes requests using the phone number 06893-8004-9900.
Portrait Cirrus Airlines
The renowned German line airline Cirrus Airlines (Partner of Lufthansa and Swiss) and the subsidiaries Maintenance Cirrus, Cirrus Service and nana tours are 100 percent owned by the Aviation Investment GmbH Gerd Brandecker of the entrepreneur. At 9 locations in Germany, Austria and Switzerland, the companies employ over 400 employees, 15 civilian aircraft are used worldwide. www.cirrusairlines.de
HTM – Helicopter Travel Munich GmbH – a German air carrier (D-222 EC) with IFR-approved flight school and its own (JAR FTO) and technical aviation operations (Part 145). Hans Ostler in Munich founded in 1997, HTM currently operates 13 helicopters and 4 business jets to its offices in Munich, Salzburg and Emden. HTM provides highly trained crews and highly qualified pilots, for that many years of application experience to have. One of the last state of the art-trained maintenance team guarantees the good technical condition of the fleet. All helicopters and business jets have a very comfortable cabin. www.helitravel.de