LTE (LTU España) was created in 1987 by German carrier LTU as their Spanish branch. It was based at Palma de Mallorca and it had lower operating costs than the parent company. Until 2001, it mostly flew flights on behalf of LTU. It was bought by the Italian Volare group and was renamed as Volar Airlines; later, it was renamed again LTE and flew scheduled flights (mostly between Spain and Italy)
Mientras fue parte de LTU, su flota estaba compuesta por Boeing 757. Inicialmente estaban pintados con una librea azul, pero pronto adoptaron un esquema rojo similar al de LTU.
LTE flew Boeing 757 planes while it still was part of the LTU group. They were painted in a blue livery at first, but later they were repainted in the same red scheme used by the German airline.
The airline switched later to an Airbus A320 fleet. This is a rather inusual safety card. On the one hand, it shows a blue logo (I am almost sure that the blue livery was never applied to their A320) and, on the other hand, and more important, because the cabin plan in the rear shows a Boeing 747 instead of an A320.
- Airbus 320 de LTE en el esquema de Volar Airlines y el último que empleó
Have a look at an LTE A320 in the Volar airlines livery and the last one the airline used.
- The Boeing 757 site