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Ostermanair - Osterman Air Charter OAC (OA)

Ostermanair

Ostermanair - Osterman Air Charter OAC

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Ostermanair Air Charter OAC

Osterman Air Charter OAC


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Last updated 2018-02-11
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Douglas DC-7, SE-CNE at Dusseldorf - International (DUS) June 1965
Photo: Guenter Grondstein


HISTORY
Osterman Air Charter, Ostermanair was founded 1964 by Lennart Osterman (one of the owner of
Sveaflyg) of to operate charter flights to Mediterranean resorts including Las Palmas, Canary Islands.

The fleet included one DC-6 from Seaflyg AB and five DC-7C´s acquired from Overseas National
Airways, ONA via an American brooker. During November 1965 Osterman Air Charter and the
Danish aircharter AeroNord established the new consortium Internord.

FLEET


Sveaflyg Douglas DC-6, (ex N90700 American Airlines Inc.), SE-CHC here seen at Stockholm-
Bromma Airport, 1963
Photo: Rolf Larsson



Nordair Douglas DC-6, OY-AOI (subleased from Sveaflyg) here seen in Nordair livery at Stock-
holm- Bromma (BMA) March 1965. 1965/11 back to Osterman Air Charter/Internord as OY-AOI,
1966 sold to TMA/Lebanon.


Douglas DC-7, SE-CNE at Dusseldorf - International (DUS) June 1965
Photo: Guenter Grondstein

Delivered to American Airlines 54-04-15 as "Flagship Delaware" N321AA. Leased and sold to Over-
seas National Airways 59-04-15. To Ostermanair Charter as "Hans Osterman" SE-CNE 64-03-17
and mgd Internord 65-11-30. To Swedish Red Cross 68-11-15. WFU and stored Cotonou 69-03-30
and broken up.



Douglas DC-7, SE-CNF at London/Gatwick, UK June 1965
Photo: Tony Edlind collection



Del. to American Airlines 53-12-11 as "Flagship Arizona". To Overseas National Airways 59-06-15.
To Ostermanair Charter 64-02-10 as SE-CNF. Broken up at Bromma, Sweden 68-06-30.



Douglas DC-7, SE-CNG at Copenhagen, Kastrup (CPH) June 1965
Photo: Tony Edlind collection



Del. to American Airlines 53-12-11 as "Flagship Massachusetts". To Overseas National Airways
59-06-15. To Ostermanair Charter 63-12-26 as SE-CNG. Broken up at Bromma, Sweden 68-06-30.



Douglas DC-7, SE-CNH at Stockholm, Bromma (BMA) June 1965
Photo: Lars Söderström


Douglas DC7C, SE-CNH as Flying Enterprise OY-DMR at Malaga Airport 23 Aug. 1964
Photo: Ken Fielding

Delivered 54-02-18 to American Airlines as "Flagship District of Columbia" as N319AA. Leased
to Overseas National Airways as N319A 59-04-30. Ostermanair bt 63-10-15 as SE-XBR. Next to
Sveaflyg 63-11-30 as OY-DMR lsd to Flying Enterprise as " John Foltman" on 63-12-21. Returnd
to Ostermanair tfd 65-02-30 mgd Internord 65-11-30- WFU and broken up Bromma, Sweden
1968-06-30.


Douglas DC-7, SE-CNI at Dusseldorf - International (DUS) July 1965
Photo: Guenter Grondstein

Deliverd 53-12-24 to American Airlines as "Flagship Michigan" N310AA. Lsd to Overseas National
Airways as N310A. To Ostermanair Charter 63-10-15 as SE-XBP. Next to Flying Enterprise "Alfred
Nervo" 63-10-30.Lancaster 70-12-11.

Airchrafts

Douglas DC-6 (1946)
112 passengers
4 Pratt & Whitney R-2800-CA15, -CB16, -CB17
2.5 hp each


Douglas DC-7 (1955)
112 passengers
4 Curtiss Wright R3350 988TC-18-DA4 turbo-compound engines
3.250 hp each





Douglas DC-6
SE-CHC msn 43138, 65-04-01 - 65-11-30


Douglas DC-7
SE-CNE msn 44143, 64-03-17 - 65-11-30
SE-CNF msn 44130, 64-04-10 - 65-11-30
SE-CNG msn 44129, 64-03-30 - 65-11-30
SE-CNH msn 44140, 65-02-02 - 65-11-30
SE-CNI msn 44131, 65-03-04 - 65-11-30

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Sources: Guenter Grondstein, Lars-Åke Holst amd Lars Söderström


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