Luxair

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Descended from the Luxembourg Airlines Company, founded in 1948, Luxair was set up in 1961 to meet the growing demand for air links between Luxembourg and other European cities.


Luxair is the flag carrier airline of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg. It operates scheduled services to 50 destinations in Europe, North Africa, the Mediterranean and Middle East, plus charter and seasonal summer services. Its main base is Luxembourg - Findel Airport

Luxair Luxembourg Airlines, is the flagship activity of LuxairGroup and doubtlessly the one best known to the general public. It defines itself as a regional airline offerring fast air service to most of Europe’s largest cities, business centres and international hubs. Luxair prides itself upon providing maximum flexibility to its business clients and quality travel at affordable prices to its leisure customers.

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Luxair Luxembourg City, Luxembourg
Luxembourg

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+352 2456 4242, +352 2456 6200
Fax: 
+352 2456-4204

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