- Markus Baumann
- Stefan Kissinger
Avanti Air is a German charter airline based in Burbach and based on the Siegerlandflughafen.
Avanti Air was founded in 1994 by the pilot Markus Baumann and Stefan Kissinger, who run the company today. 1996 was taken with a Beechcraft 1900, the charter flights.
In 2000 Avanti Air withdrew from their previous base, the Frankfurt airport, the Siegerlandflughafen to where the company today maintains its offices and a hangar. Two years later the first machine of ATR was put into service, also two again in the meantime ausgeflottete ATR 42-500 were taken from Euro Wings in June 2010.
In March 2010 Avanti Air was awarded the IOSA safety certificate of IATA, which was renewed in March 2012.
Avanti Air operates by charter flights and also offers their aircraft on wet lease in other airlines.
By 2012, for example, a ATR 42- 300QC was operated for Meridiana Fly, in the winter of 2007, an ATR 72-200 was used for Bangkok Airways in Asia. In spring 2010, the company also for Air Berlin flew. Since June 11, 2012 Avanti Air flew for flytouropa from Memmingen to Berlin and Hamburg, these compounds were, however, adjusted for December 2, 2012 due to lack of capacity again. Since March 2013 Avanti Air serves the route Hamburg - Karlsruhe / Baden -Baden in wetlease for InterSky.
A plane of Avanti Air for example, has also repeatedly transported journalists during the Dakar Rally.
As of October 2013, the fleet of Avanti Air consists of three aircraft with an average age of 21.8 years:
- 3 ATR 72-200 (per 1 operated for Darwin Airline, InterSky and Air Berlin )