Established in 2003. PrivatAir (PTG) is the German arm of the Switzerland based PrivatAir (PTS), who operates business only, jet airplane flights. International, scheduled & charter, passenger, jet airplane services.
Airport Dusseldorf, 2nd Floor
40474 Dusseldorf, Germany
November 2002: In April 2003, will operate a corporate, jet airplane shuttle for Airbus, between Toulouse, Hamburg - Finkenwerder, and Filton, using 2 A319 ACJ's, CIT Aerospace (TCI) leased, operated by PrivatAir Germany (PTG).
December 2002: Intends to acquire 10 737 BBJ's or A319CJ's to expand its business-only services with Lufthansa (DLH). Possibly operating also for Alitalia (ALI), British Airways (BAB), SN Brussels (DAT), and Virgin Atlantic Airways (VAA).
March 2003: 2 orders (May 2003) A319-133 ACJ LR'S (1727, D-APAC; 1880, D-APAD), 48C, CIT Aerospace (TCI) leased, wet-leased for Lufthansa (DLH) to operate nonstop Munich - Newark (7 hours, 45 minutes) starting May 2003, and Dusseldorf - O'Hare (8 hours, 50 minutes) starting June 2003.
April 2003: A319-132 ACJ (1947, D-APAA), CIT Group (TCI) leased.
May 2003: A319-132 ACJ (1955, D-APAB), & A319-132LR ACJ (1727, D-APAC), CIT Group (TCI) leased.
June 2003: Forms Privatair, Dusseldorf (PTG), to operate 2 A319-132's corporate shuttles, 48 PAX, for Lufthansa (DLH), under a newly-issued German Air Operators Certificate (AOC).
A319-132LR ACJ (1880, D-APAD), CIT Group (TCI) leased.
July 2005: PrivatAir (PTG) is the German arm of the Switzerland based PrivatAir (PTS), who operates business only, jet airplane flights.
165 employees (including 51 Flight Crew (FC), 107 Cabin Attendants (CA), & 5 Maintenance Technicians (MT)).
(ICAO) Code: PTG (Callsign - PRIVATJET).
Parent organization/shareholders: PrivatAir Switzerland (PTS).
December 2007: Lufthansa (DLH) is considering placing two wet-leased PrivatAir (PTS)/(PTG) A319LRs, which are outfitted with all-business-class (C) cabins and fly out of Dusseldorf to Newark and Chicago O'Hare, on a new Beijing service beginning next summer, a source said. They would be the first all-business-class (C) flights between Europe and China.