Repaint of DC Aviation's Airbus A319(CJ) D-ADNA equipped with Hapag-Lloyd titles.
The aircraft conducted special and expensive expeditions on behalf of German luxury tour operator "Hapag Lloyd" around 2013, was operated by DC Aviation (former DaimlerChrysler Aviation) and featured the interior of a Corporate Jetliner (CJ). It was named "Albert Ballin" as a tribute to Hapag-Lloyd's founder and shipping magnate Albert Ballin. Moreover, such special expeditions were named "Kreuzflug", which in fact is a pun utilizing the German word for cruise ("Kreuzfahrt") and the German word for flight ("flug"). It alludes to the fact that the aircraft toured through the world like a cruise liner through the ocean.
D-ADNA was eventually scrapped at the end of 2018 after 19 years of service with DC Aviation.
Repaint contains custom cabin textures.