Danziger Luft-Ostflug IATA ICAO Callsign Founded 1929 as Ostflug Commenced operations 1977 as DLOF Operating bases Danzig Hubs Danzig International Airport Secondary hubs Königsberg Devau Airport, Reval Ülemiste Airport Focus cities Berlin Danzig Königsberg Warsaw Reval Riga Helsinki Destinations Headquarters Danzig Danziger Luft-Ost Flug (Danziger Luft-Ost Flug AG) is a regional airline, primarily connecting Danzig and Königsberg with cities in Poland the Baltic state, Lithuania, and Scandinavia. The company is a stock company. The German national airline Luft Hansa owns a 40% share of company, the Polish national airline LOT 35%. The remaining shares are held by the Hansiatic City of Danzig. DLOF is part of the Hansallianz and Diamond Alliance network of airline code share partners. The present company is a 1977 merger between Ostflug, originally a stock company founded in Königsberg in 1929 and Danziger Luftverkehr. Ostflug began as a mail service between Königsberg and Reval. This Europäische Wirtschaftsgemeinschaft 1919 article is a stub The creator will need time to complete it. You are welcome to give suggestions in the talk page, or even directly editing this page. Please be bold and correct any inaccuracies such as typos or bad orthography. Retrieved from "https://althistory.fandom.com/wiki/DLOF_(EEC)?oldid=700796" Categories: Stub:EEC Companies Transportation Community content is available under CC-BY-SA unless otherwise noted.