Danish Air Transport
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Danish Air Transport
DAT
Danish Air Transport logo.svg
IATA ICAO Callsign
DX

R6

DTR

DNU

DANISH

DANU

Founded1989
AOC #DK.AOC.043
HubsBillund
Copenhagen
SubsidiariesDAT LT
Fleet size20
Destinations16 (scheduled)
Company sloganThe flexible choice.
HeadquartersVamdrup, Denmark
Key people
Websitedat.dk

DAT A/S, formerly known as Danish Air Transport, is a Danish airline headquartered in Vamdrup, Kolding Municipality,[1] operating scheduled and chartered passenger and cargo flights. DAT also owns DAT LT which has a fleet of ATR aircraft and operates under its own AOC.

History

DAT was founded as Danish Air Transport and started operations in 1989, initially as a cargo airline. Soon special operations like the transport of live horses or supplies for the Paris Dakar Rally in Africa were offered, too. Passenger charter flights were added in 1994, with the subsequent launch scheduled services on 18 November 1996.[]

Destinations

As of January 2017, DAT operates scheduled passenger flights to the following destinations:[2]

Several more destinations are served as passenger or cargo charters as well as on behalf of other airlines. Funchal, Madeira as well.

DAT was awarded (PSO) routes in Italy, operated under the brand Volidisicilia. Contract running from July 1, 2018, through June 30, 2021.[3]


As of 1 January 2020, DAT will operate scheduled flights between Saarbrücken Airport and Berlin Tegel Airport. The route will be served up to 3 times daily.

Fleet

As of November 2019, the DAT fleet consists of the following aircraft:[4]

References

  1. ^ "Contact DAT Archived 2015-04-20 at the Wayback Machine." Danish Air Transport. Retrieved on April 23, 2014. "DAT A/S Lufthavnsvej 7A DK-6580 Vamdrup"
  2. ^ dat.dk - Our destinations Archived 2017-01-07 at the Wayback Machine retrieved 6 January 2017
  3. ^ Ch-Aviation retrieved 28 January 2018
  4. ^ planespotters.net retrieved 3 November 2019

External links

Media related to DAT at Wikimedia Commons


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