Danair

Denmark

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Danair was set up in 1971 to operate all Danish domestic routes including services to the Faroe Islands. The owners, SAS, Maersk Air and Cimber Air, supplied aircraft (in their own colours) and staff, with services starting in November of that year. Some flights were still operated by SAS under its own flight designator until the early 1980s, this being reflected by jointly issued timetables of SAS and Danair. These timetables lacked the Faroe routes, which had their own timetable, even after Danair's timetables started including them.

The airline was dissolved in September 1995, and the routes were again operated individually by the former owners.

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November 1, 1974
Joint SAS/Danair timetable for Danish domestic routes
(Danair system except Faroe Islands routes)

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November 1, 1974
Faroe Islands routes

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April 1, 1978
Joint SAS/Danair timetable for Danish domestic routes
(Danair system except Faroe Islands routes)

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April 1, 1978
Faroe Islands routes

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September 27, 1981 and March 28, 1982
Joint SAS/Danair timetables for Danish domestic routes
(Danair system except Faroe Islands routes)

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October 1, 1984
Faroe Islands routes

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October 28, 1984 and March 31, 1985

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March 25, 1990
Faroe Islands routes

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October 28, 1990

October 25, 1992
(From the collection of Colin Irving)
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March 28, 1993
Faroe Islands routes

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October 30, 1994

This page last updated September 4, 2016.