A Europe-wide network.
The airlines.

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The InterCockpit placement network is composed of numerous well-known European airlines. Here's a short selection.

Condor
Condor was founded in 1955, the base airport is Frankfurt/Main. With an annual carriage of almost seven million passengers and more than 70 destinations in Europe, Asia, Africa and America, Condor is one of the leading tourism airlines throughout the world. The fleet comprises the following aircraft types: Boeing 767-300, Boeing 757-300 and Airbus A320.

Croatia Airlines
This member of Star Alliance was founded in 1990 and has its headquarters in Zagreb. Its fleet of 11 aircraft comprises the following types: Airbus A319, Airbus A320, ATR 42, and Dash 8 Q400. Croatia Airlines operates 65 flights a day to destinations all over Europe. The airline ferries 1.58 million passengers annually.

DC Aviation
DC Aviation operates one of the largest and most modern fleets of business jets in Europe. In addition to aircraft types such as Airbus 319 AJ, Gulfstream G550, Global Express, Global 5000, Falcon 900DX, Challenger 604, Legacy 600, Challenger 300, Citation XLS, Learjet 60, and Learjet 40, the first Gulfstream G150 operating in Germany has recently been added to the fleet.

Eurowings
The Eurowings Luftverkehrs AG is a subsidiary of Deutsche Lufthansa AG, and together they hold a 100 percent stake in the Germanwings GmbH. Eurowings currently operates a modern fleet of 34 short- and medium-haul jets which are used to fly Lufthansa routes as well as charter flights: 15 BAe 146, 18 Bombardier CRJ200, and three Bombardier CRJ700 aircraft.

Germanwings
Germanwings is the biggest German low-cost airline. It handles all decentralized traffic for Lufthansa, with the exception of connections via Frankfurt and Munich. The fleet is set to comprise 87 aircraft by the end of 2014. This will include 64 of its own Airbus A319 and A320 aircraft, and a further 23 type CRJ-900 jets owned by Eurowings-Luftverkehrs AG, which are set to operate solely for Germanwings in future.

Lufthansa CityLine
Lufthansa CityLine is a 100 percent owned subsidiary of Deutsche Lufthansa AG and a partner company in the Lufthansa Regional Network. Currently, over 7.3 million passengers fly with Lufthansa CityLine every year, making the airline the market leader in European regional aviation. The airline operates up to 500 flights per day and serves all important European airports with a fleet of 73 modern and environmentally-friendly medium- and short-range jets.

NIKI
Founded in November 2003, both the NIKI fleet and the number of Europe-wide destinations are continually growing. Since the beginning of 2004, NIKI Luftfahrt GmbH together with Air Berlin constitutes the first European low-cost airline alliance. In 2007 NIKI ferried approximately 1.7 million passengers. At present, NIKIís fleet is composed of six Airbus A320, an Airbus A321, and two Airbus A319 aircraft.

SunExpress
The German-Turkish airline SunExpress was founded by Lufthansa and Turkish Airlines in October 1989. SunExpress flies to destinations all across Europe with a fleet of 17 Boeing 737-800 and Boeing 757-200 aircraft. The airline currently ferries three million passengers a year.