Interflug East German Pin

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During the Cold War, East Germany operated its own airline called Interflug. The airline itself flew predominantly Soviet aircraft and were something of an anachronism by the time the Berlin Wall fell. The Airline did manage to order three new Airbus A310’s in 1988, but with the first arriving just months before the fall of the Berlin wall, The airline managed very little flying with them. In 1991, the final flight of Interflug took place, to Vienna and back. The airline then folded. This small pin would have been worn by crew members It features the airline’s logo on a red enamel background. It’s an adorable little bit of history and we’d love to get more Interflug items in, simply because we love them.

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During the Cold War, East Germany operated its own airline called Interflug. The airline itself flew predominantly Soviet aircraft and were something of an anachronism by the time the Berlin Wall fell. The Airline did manage to order three new Airbus A310’s in 1988, but with the first arriving just months before the fall of the Berlin wall, The airline managed very little flying with them. In 1991, the final flight of Interflug took place, to Vienna and back. The airline then folded. This small pin would have been worn by crew members It features the airline’s logo on a red enamel background. It’s an adorable little bit of history and we’d love to get more Interflug items in, simply because we love them.

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