Augsburg Airways was a regional airline based in Germany. It was founded in 1980 and operated flights primarily within Europe. The airline mainly served smaller airports and provided connections to major hubs for various airlines.
Augsburg Airways was known for its high-quality service and safety record. It operated a fleet of mainly turboprop aircraft, including the Dash 8 and Embraer models. The airline had codeshare agreements with several major airlines, including Lufthansa, Air France, and Swiss International Air Lines.
In 2013, Augsburg Airways was acquired by Lufthansa CityLine, another regional airline owned by the Lufthansa Group. Following the acquisition, the Augsburg Airways brand was discontinued, and the airline's operations were integrated into Lufthansa CityLine.