Passengers can be seen disembarking Alsie Express’ inaugural flight between Sonderborg and Bornholm on 2 July. When referencing the airline’s online booking engine, this becomes only its second scheduled service operated under its own brand, with it already offering a 12 times weekly link between Sonderborg and Copenhagen.
- Alsie Express, a Danish regional airline set-up in May 2013, and managed by its sister subsidiary – Air Alsie – launched only its second scheduled service on 2 July, based on its online booking engine, commencing a twice-weekly (Mondays and Fridays) service between Sonderberg (SGD) and the Danish island of Bornholm (RNN). The carrier will operate between the two airports using its fleet of ATR 72-500s, of which it presently has two. Along with this route, the airline operates a 12 times weekly link between Sonderberg and Copenhagen this summer. As well as these routes, the regional carrier, based on OAG schedules, is also operating a series of scheduled charters from Sonderberg to Alghero and Naples this summer. The carrier also flies various charters throughout the year, with it this week offering a series of rotations between Stockholm Arlanda and Visby when referring to Flightradar24.com. Further research of the flight tracking website shows that Alsie Express also operates some domestic flights on behalf of SAS from Copenhagen.