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Ostrobian Airlines
Ostrobianairlines
IATA ICAO Callsign
OS OST OSTROBIAN
Founded 8th October 1936 (as Ostrobian Air Lines)
Hubs
Secondary hubs
Focus cities
Frequent-flyer program Ostrobian Flyers
Airport lounge Ostrobian Lounge
Alliance SkyTeam
Fleet size 107
Destinations 67
Headquarters 28 Himmergracht, Ystikal, Treien
Key people David Loysche
Revenue OS$3.45 billion
Profit OS$25 million
Employees 12,536
Slogan Made for You (English)
Website www.ostrobianairlines.com.os

Ostrobian Airlines (OST; TASX: OSA) is the flag carrier for Ostrobia. Based in Treien, the airline operates 67 destinations around the world and has 89 airplanes.The airlines operations include scheduled passanger and cargo services worldwide. It has various codesharing agreements and joint ventures. It has a fleet of wide-body aircraft, consisting of Airbus A320's, Airbus A320neo's, Airbus A380's, Boeing 767's, Boeing 777's and Boeing 787's. It's wholly owned subsidary, LTFly opperates to 45 destinations around Europe, North Africa and the Middle East. Ostrobia Airlines carried 23 million passangers and over 1 million tonnes of cargo and mail in 2015. 

The airline was founded in 8th October 1936 under the name of Ostrobian Air Lines. It was founded by Norweagen-Ostrobian Pahatam Loysche, grandfather of current CEO David Loysche. In 1949, the company was awarded as the flag carrier for Ostrobia.

It competes with Northern Airlines and Seblo Alantic.

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Ostrobian Airlines mainline fleet
Aircraft In Service Orders Passengers Notes
J P S Y Total
Airbus A320-200 30 171 171
Airbus A320neo 15 2 168 168
Airbus A321neo 12 4 214 214
Airbus A380-800 6 8 78 52 371 509
Boeing-777-200ER 12  — 26 40 54 192 312
Boeing 767-300 15  — 44 54 60 184 342
Boeing 787-9 17 2 27 33 39 176 275
18 21 42 221 302
Total 107 8

FormerEdit

Aircraft Introduced Retired Replacement Notes
Lockheed L-188 Electra 1959 1972 Douglas DC-8-52 ex-TEAL
Fokker F27 Friendship 1960 1990 ex-NAC
Douglas DC-8-52 1965 1989 McDonnell Douglas DC-10 Last passenger service was in 1981
One aircraft continued to operate until 1989 as a freighter.
Boeing 737-200 1968 2001 Boeing 737-300 Some ex-NAC
Lockheed L-1011 Tristar 1974 1988 Airbus A320-500
McDonnell Douglas DC-10 1984 2001 Boeing-777-200ER
Boeing 747-200 1981 2000 Boeing 747-400
Boeing 767-200ER 1985 2005 Boeing 767-300
Airbus A320-200
Airbus A320-500 1988 2015 Airbus A321neo
Boeing 747-400 1990 2010 Airbus A380-800
Boeing 737-300 1998 2015 Boeing 787-9