Bremenfly was a German airline based at Berlin- Schoenefeld Airport.
Bremenfly was founded as Bremenfly GmbH at Bremen Airport in early 2008 and had received 737-400 in January 2009 its first Boeing with the registration D- ABRE with 168 seats. On 15 April 2009 the airline was granted its operating license. The first flight of Bremenfly was a charter flight to the finals of the UEFA Cup on 20 May 2009 in Istanbul.
In April 2010, the company headquarters moved from Bremen Airport to Berlin- Schoenefeld Airport.
Having originally planned for the 2009 summer flight schedule another machine should join the fleet, Bremenfly received on 16 June 2010 with the D- ABRF its second Boeing 737-400. The airline said that the plane was needed by the steadily increasing passenger numbers and the additional contracts in the full charter. A third aircraft of the same type should come before the end of the fleet. The medium term, demand added to the fleet more machines.
In September 2010 it was announced that a criminal proceeding is pending against the managing director of Bremenfly on suspicion of particularly serious breach of trust. Then, the flight operations in November 2010 has been set.
Bremenfly offered mainly short and medium-haul flights to cities and holiday destinations for various German tour operators. The flights of the airline were exclusively carried out in the charter. From the German of departure of Berlin- Schönefeld, Dusseldorf and Munich, as well as from other European destinations we went to destinations in Turkey and to Tel Aviv, Pristina and in Iraq. Other activities related to the Special Air ( ad-hoc charter).
As of August 2010, the fleet of the aircraft consisted of two Bremenfly:
- 2 Boeing 737-400 ( D- ABRE identifiers and D- ABRF )
By December 2010, no more aircraft on Bremenfly were registered.