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Copenhagen AirTaxi (CAT) is an aviation company and flight school based in Roskilde, Denmark. It provide a range of services, including operating regularly scheduled flights from Copenhagen Airport, Roskilde (ICAO: EKRK) to the Danish islands of Anholt and Læsø; managing the airfield on Anholt, and is also a major airtaxi operator in Denmark, operating from EKRK. CAT is an experienced flight school with flight training leading to a private and commercial pilots license. With large modern facilities based in Roskilde, the school trains the future generation of professional pilots in Denmark. CAT also has a large maintenance facility specialized in General Aviation aircraft.
|Destinations||Roskilde, Anholt, Læsø (+charter)|
|Key people||Kenneth Arly Larsen|
The company was a first-mover in Europe to introduce charter flights (airtaxi) on single engine turboprop aircraft under new legislation CAT SET-IMC. In 2017, CAT introduced the Pilatus PC-12 business aircraft to its fleet. The aircraft reaches destinations all over Europe, and have exceptional performance for short field operations.
For use by the resident flight school, airtaxi, scheduled flights or for rental purposes, the company has a fleet including:
|Socata TB9 Tampico||4||4/5||Flight school, rental|
|Socata TB10 Tobago||2||4/5||Flight school, rental, sightseeing|
|Socata TB20 Trinidad||1||4||Flight school, rental, sightseeing|
|Cessna 172||1||4||Flight school, rental, sightseeing|
|Partenavia P68||5||6||Flight school, airtaxi, scheduled flights|
|Britten-Norman Islander BN2||2||10||Airtaxi, scheduled flights, sightseeing|
|Robinson 44||1||4||Flight school, sightseeing|
As of May 2019 CAT operates to:
- (article) Copenhagen AirTaxi lines up commercial PC-12 alongside island hops. Business Air News. 6 April 2017.
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