Thomas Cook Airlines Scandinavia
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.
|Parent company||Thomas Cook Group PLC|
|Key people||Tom Clausen, CEO|
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.
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.
As of April 2019, the Thomas Cook Airlines Scandinavia fleet consists of the following aircraft:
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