Alpar Bern



Alpar Bern Flugplatzgenossenschaft was formed in 1929 to operate routes out of the Swiss capital and also manage its airport, Flugplatz Bern-Belpmoos - the company's dual roles being reflected by the timetable below. When the airline wanted to widen its horizons towards the mid-1930s, it was reorganized as Alpar AG in 1936. Operations ceased in 1947 and the routes were taken over by Swissair.


May 1, 1930
Combined Alpar Bern/Flugplatz Bern timetable
(From the collection of Michael Dawes)
Click for larger view including the back cover


A site with interesting and detailed articles on pre-WW2 European airlines is Rob Mulder's:

There is an article on the history of Alpar Bern.

This page last updated February 7, 2016.