Airbus A310 - Hapag-Lloyd
The German holiday charter airline Hapag-Lloyd acquired a total of fifteen Airbus A310aircraft and four of these are still in active service with the airline. In 1988 Hapag-Lloyd received four A310-200s. Later it put to service ten A310-300s and one more -200 aircraft.
The airline was formed in 1972 by the German shipping group Hapag-Lloyd. In 1997 the airline became part of the TUI travel organisation and the aircraft started wearing HapagFly titles in 2005.
The photograph above shows an Hapag-Lloyd Airbus A310 in a white non-standard TUI-colour scheme approaching Frankfurt Airport. On the second picture an A310 in the light blue standard colour is taxiing at Düsseldorf Airport. The A310 on the third picture is painted in an earlier Hapag Lloyd livery.