The deportation business is a central component of the European Union's racist border regime. Its implementation is driven by a number of actors from the area of politics and private business. When deporting people, the European Commision and its militarized agency, Frontex, work hand-in-hand with EU Member states and private businesses, such as airlines and travel agencies.

Using parliamentary requests, civil society actors and defiant parliamentarians have been able to force the German government to publish the airlines profiting from charter deportations. However, in 2021, the government started classifying this information. The stated reason, as per a 2020 government document: "Publicly naming the airlines that offer repatriation flights [sic!] carries the risk that these companies will be exposed to public criticism and, as a result, will no longer be available to transport persons who are obliged to leave [Germany] to their home countries. This makes repatriation more difficult or even impossible so that state interests […] are negatively affected."

In response to this censorship, Deportation Alarm started to closely monitor and track deportation flights. We use publicly available data to detect deportation flights through the application of a pattern recognition algorithm. We then cross-examine our findings with the redacted versions of the parliamentary requests in order to identify which airlines are responsible for which charter deportations. Our algorithm has caught 204 of the 206 flights in the parliamentary request. Today we are releasing this data to break the silence and re-expose the airlines profiting from the racist deportation business.

Crucially, Deportation Alarm also uses this data to provide early warnings against upcoming deportations, hence our name. We were able to provide ealy-warnings for 80% of the flights.

Mapping the Deportation Business

Mapping the charter deportation flights shows the extent of the racist German deportation buisness. In 2021 alone, 206 planes departed to 36 countries from 9 German airports. You can hover over the map below to see how many people were deported from each German airport (red circles) to each country (orange circles) in 2021. The size of each circle corresponds to the number of people who were deported.

For example, Germany deported 167 people to Afghanistan via charter flights in 2021, with the airline Privilege Style responsible for most of these deportations (125 people). While Germany declared Afghanistan a "safe country of origin" for accelerated deportation, the Taliban started an offensive in May 2021 to regain control of the country. Nonetheless, 42 individuals were deported from Leipzig-Halle on a charter flight by Wamos Air on 8 June 2021, and another 27 individuals from Hanover by Privilege Style on 6 July. In early August, another deportation flight had to be cancelled last minute because the Afghan capital Kabul was attacked.

We know that freedom of movement is a human right, and yet deportations persist as a grim driver of global injustice. Hence, we oppose airlines such as Priviliege Style, whose profits hinge on a racist business model, and have gathered information about all airlines involved in the German deportation business in the Deportation Airlines tab. Moreover, you can find out more about the German airports involved in the Deportation Airports tab.

The People Affected

We know of 206 mass charter deportation flights conducted by Germany in 2021, with at least 5,484 people being forcefully deported. Every single deportation results in peoples' lives being torn apart. To enforce deportations, people are detained by the police and separated from their families and dreams. This often happens in raids conducted at night, to prevent people from seeing or resisting this injustice. However, resistance against deportations is possible! Some methods are documented in a flyer by No Border Assembly.

The bar plot below shows how many people were deported over time. Each yellow block in a bar corresponds to a single deportation flight, with the height reflecting the number of people deported. To emphasise the individuality and humanity of the people deported, each block contains one dot for every person deported. You can select different options in the drop-down menu to see how many people were deported in a given week, month, or weekday. The grey blocks, meanwhile, represent flights for which the number of people deported is unknown. Their heights are set at the average number of people deported per charter flight. There are multiple reasons why the number of people on a deportation flight is unknown, including:
- Flights from Karlsruhe Baden-Baden are organised by Polizeipräsidium Karlsruhe, Baden-Württemberg and not by the Bundespolizei, hence these flights are not included in the list revealed by parliamentary requests.
- Some flights from Berlin are not included in parliamentary requests for unclear reasons and are thought to be high security deportation flights. Attempts to initiate a parliamentary investigation about these flights are ongoing.

From the different plots, it becomes apparent that deportation flights were conducted throughout the whole year of 2021. Finding patterns in the operation of deportations can help to strengthen resistance against furture deportations. Thus, we note that deportations were only conducted on weekdays in 2021 and most of them on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays.

All Deportation Flights

As outlined in the introduction above, the German government censors the names of airlines conducting deportations for their protection. The data we display on this website is thus a combination of official data released through requests to the German parliament and data collected through Deportation Alarm's own monitoring of charter deportation flights in 2021. We can share this data directly, upon reasonable request. See About Us for our contact information.

We present the full database below, with each row corresponding to a single mass deportation flight. For each flight we detail the date, departure airport, destination country (multiple in some cases), number of people deported and the operating airline. We also show the cost of each deportation flight, with an (F) indicating that Germany was reimbursed by Frontex. You can sort the data by clicking on any column header, or search the data using the search bar in the top right. To search by multiple fields, just put a space between each search term. For example, to find all Privilege Style flights which departed from Berlin, search 'berlin privilege'.

You can find out more about these profiteering airlines in the next tab, Deportation Airlines.
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Deportation Alarm first and foremost aims to scandalize the 18 airlines involved in the German deportation business. We want to build public awareness about their racist business model, and hold them responsible for it. In particular, we follow an activist tradition of demanding that these airlines publicly commit to no longer conducting deportation flights. For example, recent campaigns forced the airline TUI to step back from deportation flights from the UK in 2022. Calling TUI out in public was effective because their profits from normal commercial flights were threatened. So let's hold German deportation airlines responsble as well!

In the table below, we present data on every airline conducting charter deportation flights from Germany in 2021. For each airline, we detail the totals number of flights, the total number of people deported, and the total money spent by Germany and Frontex on deportations conducted by the respective airline. You can select an airline to view a flow diagram visualising the countries to which that airline flew people against their will, with the thickness of the flow lines reflecting the total number of people. By selecting multiple rows you can visualise the deportations conducted by multiple airlines simultaneously in a single diagram. When a deportation flight has two destinations, we split the flight into two flights with different destinations (but have no way to recover the number of people deported to the different countries). Note that each airline has a specific colour, and that grey flow lines correspond to flights for which the number of people deported is unknown.
Want to learn more about the airlines profiting from charter deportations? Select any airline from the drop-down menu below to read our research on them. Unmasking the airlines that enable this form of racist violence is only one step towards holding them accountable for their actions. All these airlines offer clients commercial services unrelated to deportations. We believe it is important for these clients to know who they are doing business with, so they can decide: work with a deportation profiteer, or take a stand against racism and take their business elsewhere. To this end, we have compiled some hints for applying pressure to the biggest deportation airlines in Germany. For example, did you know that the same Privilege Style airline seats occupied by people being deported to Senegal, Ghana or Afghanistan on one day, are occupied by football players from teams like Sevilla and Atletico Madrid on the next?
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Overall, nine German airports were used for charter deportations in 2021. When conducting these flights, airplanes usually board at the same dedicated spots. For example, in the case of Berlin, this is usually close to Terminal 5. To see these airport-specific boarding locations, select an airport in the table below, and the location will be marked by a yellow airplane on the map. In future releases of this website, we plan to map more deportation-related infrastructure.

Airports can be reclaimed as sites of resistance against the racist German deportation business. Direct actions are already happening all over the country. In Berlin, hundreds of people blocked streets on and around the airport to protest against a deportation to Afghanistan on 4 July 2021. Protests against the construction of a new detention center are also organised in Düsseldorf, the airport from which most charter deportation flights were conducted in 2021. And at Leipzig-Halle, people have been demonstrating against racial profiling and deportations. With direct action we can break the silence and confront the operations of the German government by publicly shaming the airlines involved in the deportation business.
In the future, we would like to feature more information about direct actions and to promote activist groups that organise local resistance. In case you want to contribute information to this, feel free to contact us as specified in About Us.
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PRESS

Below you will find links to the press release (one in english and one in german).


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Here is our press contact: Ciro Nabila
email: press_deportation-alarm[at]riseup[dot]net
Phone: +49 (0) 176 6745 4863

See press release for contact availability.


ABOUT US

Deportation Alarm is a working group of No Border Assembly, which is a Berlin-based weekly meeting space to organize resistance against borders and deportations. You can read here to find out what we stand for and here for what our other projects are.

Deportation Alarm shares alarms about upcoming charter deportations from Germany and monitors those that happen. Every week there are multiple mass deportation charter flights from Germany. You can find our current list of alarms about upcoming charter deportations here.

Contact: noborderassembly[at]riseup[dot]net (pgp key after request)

Specifically about this website (bugs, suggestions, support):
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FAQ

What is a charter deportation?

Charter deportations are flights where a whole plane is rented for the purpose of deporting as many people as possible simultaniously. Since the pandemic, Germany is increasingly using charter flights for deportations. Since 2021, around 50% of all deportations from Germany happen on charter flights. The other half of deportations happen on regular passenger flights.

What is the process of a charter deportation?

Every flight is usually preceeded by midnight deportation raids throughout germany, mostly in the region from where the flight is organised, but also from other parts of Germany. Most of these police raids happen the night before the flight, but can also happen weeks before and people are taken to a deportation prison. Usually police takes people to the airport around 5 hours before the planned departure of a charter deportation.

Which are the actors involved in charter deportations?

Most charter deportations are organised by Federal Police (BPOL) under orders from Germany's Ministery of Interior. BPOL recieves a list of potential people to be be deported from the Ausländerbehörde (Migration Office). The Zentrum zur Unterstützung der Rückkehr (ZUR) coordinates between different german states (Länder). A few weeks before the planned flight, BPOL requests a travel agency to book a charter plane. Köln-based Air Partner GmbH has been contracted to book deportation charters. This travel agency then checks availabilty of certain airlines and presents to BPOL a few options, from which the cheapest is picked. The costs of almost all charter deportations are covered by Frontex, the EU border agency.

What different kind of charter deportations happen?

Besides charter deportations organised by BPOL, charters are sometimes organised by a certain german state without BPOL's involvement. For example, Baden-Württemberg organises regular charters on their own. Their are also so-called Dublin deportation charters. Dublin deportations are not deportations to the country that someone fled from, but to the EU country that has the fingerprints of the person on their first arrival across EU borders. There are also so-called mini charters. These are deportation flights on smaller charter planes, where usually between 1 and 5 people are deported.

Why are you against all deportations?

We see deportations as acts of racist violence; a practice, which upholds nationalism and global inequalities originating from colonialism and capitalism. Stopping deportations would be a fundamental step towards a fairer world. A world, in which all people can freely decide where they want to live.

Is warning about the dates of deportations illegal?

No. They tried to make publishing dates of deportations illegal during the approval of the "Geordnete-Rückkehr-Gesetz", a package of new laws introduced in 2019. But it was not included in the final version of the law. We can expect they will try again.

I have information about an upcoming charter deportation. How can I reach you?

We only publish verified information and we have a network of trusted sources. If you are not part of this network, we would be happy if you attach a picture of a "Haftbeschluß" that can verify the information you are giving to us. Sending us an email works best for us. Email encryption is possible. Make sure you can confirm it is indeed a charter! Many deportations happen that are not on a charter plane. Additional info we are interested about: from which airport, what departure time, what flight number?

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EMBARGOED UNTIL 06AM CEST (04AM GMT) ON WEDNESDAY, 20 JULY 2022

Deportation Business Revealed: New Website Releases Data on Airlines Kept Secret by German Government

www.deportationalarm.com

BERLIN - The website released by the activist group Deportation Alarm (DA) publishes up to this day secret information on all 18 airlines carrying out charter deportations from Germany in 2021. The interactive, data-driven website features original, in-depth research on the airlines profiting off charter deportations, as well as detailed information on the 206 charter flights deporting at least 5,484 people in 2021. Moreover, it lists the spending of over €22,000,000 by the German state and Frontex.

The data basis of this website has been constructed by leveraging publicly available data to detect deportation flights through the application of a pattern recognition algorithm. The data was then cross-referenced with redacted parliamentary requests.

The publication of the website on 11AM CEST Wednesday, June 20 2022 will be accompanied by a pan-European online action day against airlines complicit in the deportation buisness.

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In 2020, the German government started classifying the airlines profitting of mass charter deportations. The stated reason, as per a 2021 government document: "Publicly naming the airlines that offer repatriation flights [sic!] carries the risk that these companies will be exposed to public criticism and, as a result, will no longer be available to transport persons who are obliged to leave [Germany] to their home countries. This makes repatriation more difficult or even impossible so that state interests […] are negatively affected." [parliamentary request]

In response to this censorship, Deportation Alarm started to closely monitor and track deportation flights. DA uses publicly available data to detect deportation flights through the application of a pattern recognition algorithm. Monitoring flights as they happen we only missed two out of 206 in 2021, yielding an accuracy of 99.03%. We then cross-examine our findings with the redacted versions of the parliamentary requests in order to identify the airlines responsible for charter deportations.

Today we are releasing this data to break the silence and re-expose the airlines profiting from the racist deportation business. On the website we provide:

- a comprehensive database including every mass charter deportation flight from Germany in 2021, including their individual financial cost
- multiple, interactive visualizations and interpretations of the data
- detailed information on the airlines profiting off deportation flights, including contact information

Key quotes and findings

- The German state paid the airline FAI 198,775 Euro for deporting one single person from Frankfurt to Zimbabwe on August 25 2021.

- The German state of Baden-Wurtenburg has exclusively contracted an airline for deportation flights that has ties to an organized crime syndicat. Bulgaria Air, responsible for mass deportation flights from Karlsruhe Baden-Baden, is is owned by Chimimport AD. The company, in turn, was disclosed in secret dispatches published by Wikileaks to be owned by TIM, a murky buisness empire. U.S. diplomats named TIM an organized crime group, writing: “TIM is involved in a wide range of criminal activities, including extortion and racketeering, intimidation, prostitution, gambling, narcotics trafficking, car theft, and trafficking in stolen automobiles."

- Holiday flights from Germany to Mallorca or the Canary Islands take place on the same planes that were used for deportation flights the day before. The German airline Sundair used the same planes for holiday flights as well as deportations of Kurdish people to Turkey, an increasingly authoritarian states that systematically oppress the Kurdish minority.

- A number of football clubs contract airlines for the transportation of their players to national and internatinonal matches that as well conduct deportation flights. In Germany, Hertha Berlin and Union Berlin as well as VfL Wolfsburg use deportation profiteer German Airways. In Spain, clubs including Sevilla FC and Atletico Madrid have contracts with airlines which engage in mass charter deportation flights, such as in this case Privilege Style and Iberojet.

Online Action Day

The publication of the website will be accompanied by a pan-European online action day. Together with other actvisits from Spain, the UK, Austria and other countries that host airlines, which benefit off deportations, we will target these companies on social media. Follow us on Twitter @NoBorder_berlin

Media Contact
Ciro Nabila via mail press_deportation-alarm[at]riseup[dot]net or via phone at +49 (0) 176 6745 4863

Contact times:
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Wednesday, 20 July: between 10:00 - 17:00


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Deportation Alarm is a working group of No Border Assembly, which is a Berlin-based weekly meeting space to organize resistance against borders and deportations. You can read here to find out what we stand for and here for what our other projects are.

Deportation Alarm shares alarms about upcoming charter deportations from germany and monitors those that happen. Every week there are multiple mass deportation charterflights from germany. You can find our current list of alarms about upcoming charter deportations here.

Press Contact of Relevant Airlines

Danish Air Transport: +49 6893 83 300 | dat@scn-airport.de
Corendon Airlines: +31 23 751 06 06 | pers@corendon.nl
Enter Air: +48 603 33 40 68 | enterair@enterair.pl
Privilege Style: +34 971 607 280 | communication@privilegestyle.com
Titan Airways: +44 1279 680 616 | charter@titan-airways.co.uk
Air Tanker: +44 1993 873 000 | media@uk.airtanker.co.uk
Alba Star: +39 095 311 503 | pressoffice@albastar.es
Iberojet: +34 971 448 082
Sundair: +49 30 53 676 791 | presse@sundair.com
Georgian Airways: +995 32 2111 220 | info@georgian-airways.com
Bulgaria Air: +359 2402 04 00 | callfb@air.bg
Wamos Air: +34 914 188 760 | comunicacion@wamos.com
German Airways: +49 2203 967 100 | info@germanairways.com
FAI rent-a-jet: +49 911 360 090 | press@fai.ag




EMBARGOED BIS MITTWOCH, 20. JULI 2022, 06h (04h GMT)

Abschiebegeschäft aufgedeckt: Neue Website veröffentlicht Daten über Fluggesellschaften, die bisher von der Bundesregierung geheim gehalten wurden

www.deportationalarm.com

BERLIN - Die von der aktivistischen Gruppe "Deportation Alarm" (DA) veröffentlichte Website legt bis heute geheim gehaltene Informationen über alle 18 Fluggesellschaften offen, die im Jahr 2021 Sammelabschiebungen aus Deutschland durchgeführt haben. Die interaktive, datengestützte Website informiert detailliert über die Fluggesellschaften, die von Sammelabschiebungen per Charterflug profitieren. Sie stellt Informationen über die 206 Charterflüge bereit, mit denen im Jahr 2021 mindestens 5.484 Menschen abgeschoben wurden. Außerdem listet sie die Ausgaben des deutschen Staates und von Frontex in Höhe von über 22.000.000 Euro auf.

Die Informationen dieser Website basieren auf öffentlich zugänglichen Flugdaten. Mit Hilfe eines Algorithmus, der bestimmte Muster erkennt, wurden die Abschiebeflüge identifiziert. Die Daten wurden dann mit redigierten parlamentarischen Anfragen abgeglichen.

Die Veröffentlichung der Website am Mittwoch, den 20. Juni 2022 um 6 Uhr MESZ wird begleitet von einem europaweiten Online-Aktionstag gegen Fluggesellschaften, die sich am Abschiebegeschäft beteiligen.

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Seit 2020 hat die Bundesegierung damit begonnen, die Namen von Fluggesellschaften zurückzuhalten, die von Sammelabschiebungen profitieren. Laut einem Regierungsdokument von 2021 mit folgender Begründung: "Eine öffentliche Benennung der Fluggesellschaften, die Rückführungsflüge anbieten, birgt die Gefahr, dass diese Unternehmen öffentlicher Kritik ausgesetzt werden und in der Folge für die Beförderung von ausreisepflichtigen Personen in die Heimatländer nicht mehr zur Verfügung stehen. Damit werden Rückführungen weiter erschwert oder sogar unmöglich gemacht, so dass staatliche Interessen an der Ausführung des Aufenthaltsgesetzes negativ beeinträchtigt werden" [Kleine Afrage 19/27007]

Als Reaktion auf diese Zensur begann Deportation Alarm Abschiebeflüge zu beobachten und verfolgen. DA identifiziert Abschiebeflüge mit Hilfe von öffentlich verfügbaren Daten und eines Algorithmus zur Mustererkennung. Beim Monitoring von in Echtzeit stattfindenden Flügen übersah DA im Jahr 2021 nur zwei von 206 Flügen. Die Treffsicherheit liegt damit bei 99,03 %. Anschließend gleicht DA die Ergebnisse mit den geschwärzten Fassungen der parlamentarischen Anfragen ab, um die für Sammelabschiebungen verantwortlichen Fluggesellschaften zu identifizieren.

Heute veröffentlicht Deportation Alarm diese Daten, um das Schweigen zu brechen und die Fluggesellschaften, die vom rassistischen Abschiebegeschäft profitieren, zu entlarven.Auf der Website stellen wir bereit:

- eine umfassende Datenbank mit allen Sammelabschiebungen aus Deutschland im Jahr 2021, einschließlich ihrer finanziellen Kosten
- interaktive Visualisierungen und Analysen der Daten
- detaillierte Recherchen zu den Fluggesellschaften, die von Abschiebeflügen profitieren, inkl. Kontaktinformationen

Zentrale Ergebnisse

- Die Bundesregierung zahlte der Fluggesellschaft FAI am 25. August 2021 für die Abschiebung einer einzigen Person von Frankfurt nach Simbabwe 198.775 Euro.

- Das Bundesland Baden-Württemberg hat für Sammelabschiebungen eine Fluggesellschaft unter Vertrag genommen, die Verbindungen zu einem organisierten Kriminalsyndikat hat. Bulgaria Air, zuständig für die Sammelabschiebeflüge von Karlsruhe Baden-Baden, gehört der Firma Chimimport AD.Wikileaks veröffentlichte geheime Dokumente, die aufdecken, dass Chimimport AD zu TIM gehört, einem düsteren Geschäftsimperium. US-Diplomat*innen nannten TIM eine Gruppe des organisierten Verbrechens und schrieben: "TIM ist in ein breites Spektrum krimineller Aktivitäten verwickelt, darunter Erpressung und Schutzgelderpressung, Einschüchterung, Prostitution, Glücksspiel, Drogenhandel, Autodiebstahl und Handel mit gestohlenen Autos."

- Urlaubsflüge von Deutschland nach Mallorca oder auf die Kanarischen Inseln finden mit denselben Flugzeugen statt, die am Vortag für Abschiebeflüge genutzt wurden. Die deutsche Fluggesellschaft "Sundair" nutzte dieselben Flugzeuge für Urlaubs- und Abschiebeflüge in die Türkei. Abgeschoben wurden Kurd*innen, die in dem zunehmend autoritären türkischen Staat systematisch unterdrückt werden.

- Eine Anzahl von Fußballvereinen nehmen für die Reise ihrer Spieler zu nationalen und internationalen Spielen Fluggesellschaften unter Vertrag, die auch Abschiebeflüge durchführen. In Deutschland nutzen Hertha Berlin, Union Berlin und VfL Wolfsburg die Fluggesellschaft German Airways. In Spanien haben Vereine wie der FC Sevilla und Atletico Madrid Verträge mit den Fluggesellschaften Privilege Style und Iberojet.

Online-Aktionstag

Die Veröffentlichung der Website wird von einem europaweiten Online-Aktionstag begleitet. Gemeinsam mit anderen Aktivist*innen aus Spanien, dem Vereinigten Königreich, Österreich und weiteren Ländern, die Fluggesellschaften für Abschiebungen beauftragen, werden wir diese Unternehmen in den sozialen Medien zur Rede stellen. Folgen Sie uns auf Twitter @NoBorder_berlin.

Mediakontakt
Ciro Nabila unter press_deportation-alarm[at]riseup[dot]net oder per Telefon unter +49 (0) 176 6745 4863

Kontaktzeiten:
Montag, 18. Juli: zwischen 09 - 15 Uhr
Dienstag, 19. Juli: zwischen 09 - 15 Uhr
Mittwoch, 20. Juli: zwischen 10 - 17 Uhr


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Über uns

Deportation Alarm ist eine Arbeitsgruppe vom No Border Assembly, einem wöchentlichen Treffpunkt in Berlin, um Widerstand gegen Grenzen und Abschiebungen zu organisieren.

Deportation Alarm informiert über bevorstehende Sammelabschiebungen aus Deutschland und monitort stattgefundene Sammelabschiebungen. Jede Woche gibt es mehrere Sammelabschiebungen mit Charterflügen aus Deutschland. Unsere aktuelle Liste, die über bevorstehende Sammelabschiebungen alarmiert, ist hier zu finden.

Pressekontakt der betreffenden Fluggesellschaften

Danish Air Transport: +49 6893 83 300 | dat@scn-airport.de
Corendon Airlines: +31 23 751 06 06 | pers@corendon.nl
Enter Air: +48 603 33 40 68 | enterair@enterair.pl
Privilege Style: +34 971 607 280 | communication@privilegestyle.com
Titan Airways: +44 1279 680 616 | charter@titan-airways.co.uk
Air Tanker: +44 1993 873 000 | media@uk.airtanker.co.uk
Alba Star: +39 095 311 503 | pressoffice@albastar.es
Iberojet: +34 971 448 082
Sundair: +49 30 53 676 791 | presse@sundair.com
Georgian Airways: +995 32 2111 220 | info@georgian-airways.com
Bulgaria Air: +359 2402 04 00 | callfb@air.bg
Wamos Air: +34 914 188 760 | comunicacion@wamos.com
German Airways: +49 2203 967 100 | info@germanairways.com
FAI rent-a-jet: +49 911 360 090 | press@fai.ag