DAT takes over routes after Cimber Sterling

  • Danish Air Transport (DAT) has taken up two domestic routes left vacant by Cimber Sterling. The airline moved fast and commenced operating the same day that Cimber Sterling ceased operating; 3 May. From Copenhagen (CPH), DAT now operates 38 times weekly to Bornholm (RNN), the island located in the Baltic Sea, between Sweden and Poland, using ATR72 aircraft. The airline also launched 22 weekly flights to Sønderborg (SGD) in the Danish mainland, Jutland. ATR42 aircraft operate the route from the capital.


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