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Thomas Cook Airlines Scandinavia is a Danish charter airline headquartered in Copenhagen and part of the Thomas Cook Group. It operates flights to leisure destinations mainly in the Mediterranean as well as some long-haul service from several bases in the Nordic Countries.[2]

Thomas Cook Airlines Scandinavia
Thomas Cook Group AIRLINES logo.png
IATA ICAO Callsign
DK[1] VKG VIKING
Founded2008
Hubs
Focus cities
Fleet size13
Destinations38
Parent company Thomas Cook Group PLC
HeadquartersCopenhagen, Denmark
Key peopleTom Clausen, CEO
Websitethomascookairlines.dk

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HistoryEdit

The airline's roots trace back to two airlines: Conair of Scandinavia, owned by Danish Spies Group and Scanair, of the Swedish SLG - Scandinavian Leisure Group, when the two charter airlines were merged, and established on 1 January 1994 as Premiair. In 1994, SLG was acquired by Airtours.[3]

A Thomas Cook Airlines Scandinavia Airbus A330-300 set a record for the fastest ground speed across the Atlantic Ocean in January 2015 due to strong winds, when it flew from Cuba to Oslo at a ground speed of 1255.6 km/h.[4]

DestinationsEdit

FleetEdit

 
Thomas Cook Airlines Scandinavia Airbus A321-200

As of April 2019, the Thomas Cook Airlines Scandinavia fleet consists of the following aircraft:[5]

Thomas Cook Group Airline - Scandinavia fleet
Aircraft In service Orders Passengers Notes
Y+ Y Total
Airbus A321-200 8 212 212
Airbus A330-200 2 49 273 322
Airbus A330-300 3 388 388
Total 13

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "IATA – Airline and Airport Code Search". iata.org. Retrieved 13 April 2015.
  2. ^ "Directory: World Airlines". Flight International. 2007-04-10. p. 54.
  3. ^ "pounds 10m Danish buy takes Airtours to Finland". The Independent. 16 February 1996. Retrieved 9 June 2019.
  4. ^ Krog, Andreas. "Dansk fly satte hastighedsrekord over Atlanten" Check-in.dk, 13 January 2015. Accessed: 13 January 2015.
  5. ^ thomascookairlines.dk - Flyflade (Danish) retrieved 30 January 2019

External linksEdit

  Media related to Thomas Cook Airlines Scandinavia at Wikimedia Commons