Cutting the ribbon in Aalborg on 27 August. Flights on the short 315-kilometre sector will be flown six times weekly using a mixture of the airline’s Jetstream 31s and Dornier 328 Jets according to OAG Schedules Analyser data.
On arrival in Stavanger is the crew of the inaugural flight from Aalborg. The 315-kilometre sector will not face any direct competition.
- SUN-AIR commenced operations between Aalborg (AAL) in Denmark and Stavanger (SVG) in Norway on 27 August. The 315-kilometre sector will be flown six times weekly using a mixture of the carrier’s Jetstream 31s and Dornier 328 Jets according to OAG Schedules Analyser, with the route also not facing any direct competition. This becomes the second route for the regional scheduled airline from Aalborg, which operates a franchise service in British Airways colours. The carrier also services Oslo Gardermoen from the Danish airport. See how Stavanger Airport’s FTWA compares to others from around the World.