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Peter Deilmann Former River Cruise Company (German: Peter Deilmann Reederei GmbH & Co. KG) is a German cruise company which has offered river cruises throughout Europe and several ocean cruises. It is headquartered in Neustadt in Holstein, Germany.
 
Ocean, Sea, and Coastal MS Deutschland. 

Due to the weak economy, Peter Deilmann shut down their River Cruise Division in 2010. Around 2000 the cruise line made about $100 million United States dollars per year. In 2009 in the United Kingdom Peter Deilmann Cruises joined the Truly Independent Professional Travel Organisation (TIPTO) marketing consortium, becoming its 16th member.
 
The company chartered the ill-fated Air France Flight 4590, the Concorde flight from Charles de Gaulle International Airport near Paris, France, to John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York City, New York, United States (operated by Air France) which crashed on 25 July 2000 at Gonesse, France, killing all one hundred passengers and nine crew on board the flight, and four people on the ground. The flight was chartered by Peter Deilmann Cruises and all passengers were on their way to board the MS Deutschland cruise ship in New York City for a 16-day cruise to South America.

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