Welcome to Euregio
Euregio is Europe’s premier regional virtual airline, operating scheduled services between regional airports across the continent, as well as ad-hoc charter flights. Since starting operations with a couple of BAe 146 aircraft out of Groningen-Eelde and Rotterdam in 1986, our fleet has grown considerably to include the Boeing 737-700 and -800 as well as the CRJ-700 and -1000.
Our route network has grown as well. We have opened bases on many smaller airports throughout Europe, such as Paderborn, Montpellier, Linz and Rimini. Our larger focus airports are Paris-Orly, Düsseldorf, Basel-Mulhouse, Barcelona, Berlin-Brandenburg, Milan-Linate, Gothenburg-Landvetter and Bratislava.
First of all: Everyone is allowed to fly Euregio and use the liveries as they please! For a more immersive operational experience, we have prepared the following information for you:
ICAO Code: EUG
IATA Code: EG
Callsign: “EUREGIO” (pronounced you-reegio). When flying on Vatsim or IVAO, please always include the callsign in your flight plan remarks!
You can find our full route network, complete with flight numbers, on FSHub once you sign up. Below is some general guidance on how the numbering works.
1: Reserved exclusively for “Euregio One”, the Boeing 737-700 BBJ used primarily for VIP charter flights and corporate affairs.
6: Reserved for historic Douglas DC-6 aircraft
10-99: Used for charter flights
100-899: Used for scheduled passenger flights, mainly for 737 rotations operated from one of the eight major hubs (Paris-Orly, Düsseldorf, Basel-Mulhouse, Barcelona, Berlin-Brandenburg, Milan-Linate, Gothenburg-Landvetter, Bratislava)
900-999: Used for non-passenger operations such as ferry/repositioning flights and training flights.
1000-8999: Used for other scheduled passenger flights, mainly for rotations operated from one of the smaller bases.
9000-9899: Currently not used.
9900-9999: Used for non-passenger operations such as ferry/repositioning flights and training flights.
We welcome pilots from across the world, of all experience levels.