Luxavia

Luxembourg

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Luxavia was formed in 1971 by Trek Airways of South Africa. Trek feared, and rightly so, that South African aircraft, due to the country's apartheid policy, would be banned from flying over African countries. Luxavia took over Trek's licenses and were handed the Luxembourg landing rights in South Africa, thus being able to continue the flights between Luxembourg and Johannesburg. Cooperating with Luxair, aircraft were painted in Luxair colours and registered with that airline. Eventually, Trek titles were again to be seen on the timetables alongside Luxavia's. Luxavia/Trek ceased operations in 1994, after Trek's new venture, Flitestar, had failed to compete successfully with South African Airways on domestic routes.

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September 1972
UK edition
(System)
(From the collection of Craig Morris)
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April 1, 1973
Swedish edition (in Norwegian)
(System)
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July 1, 1974
Dutch edition
(System)
(From the collection of Antonio Bordoni)
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Brochure w/separate timetable enclosure valid until October 31
UK edition
(System)
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April 1, 1979
German edition
(System)
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March 31, 1985
Swedish edition
(System)
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October 28, 1990
US edition
(System)
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BL

October 27, 1991
US edition
(System)

DZ

March 29, 1992
German edition
(System)

DZ

October 25, 1992
? edition
(System)

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May 15, 1993
South African edition
(System)
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To March 1994
Joint Luxavia/Trek Airways timetable
German edition
(System)
(From the collection of Norbert Hahn)

This page last updated February 8, 2016.