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The OLT Ostfriesische Lufttransport GmbH was founded in 1958 in Emden and is one of the oldest airlines in Germany.

At first the company specialised in flights to and from the seaside resorts on the north sea coast. Later there was expansion into charter flights and since 1991 into regional inter-German flights from Bremen to Dresden and Leipzig among others.

On the seaside resort routes OLT works very closely together with the OLT sister firm, FLN Frisia Luftverkehr GmbH. FLN operates the routes Norden-Norddeich to the island Juist. Another OLT sister firm is OFR Ostsee Flug-Rügen GmbH and is based on Rügen since 1991.

OLT also works closely with its handling agencies at each destination.

The airline OLT is certified under the licence number D-071 EG, and was licensed under JAR-OPS 1 as one of the first airlines in Germany.

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Ostfriesische Lufttransport GmbH (OLT)
Postfach 2030
Gorch-Fock-Straße/Flugplatz 26721 Emden

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04921/89 92 - 0
04921 / 89 92-22

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