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From a modest start in 1978, where aircraft renovation and trading formed the basis of the business for the company's founder and present owner Niels Sundberg, SUN-AIR has expanded during more than 30 years to its present position as an important operator within several business areas. The best known of these is probably the franchise cooperation with British Airways which, since 1996, has resulted in all scheduled flights operating as British Airways with the company's aircraft bearing the livery of British Airways.

SUN-AIR's head office is located at Billund in Denmark. This is also the site of the largest of the company's three aircraft maintenance centres. The other two service centres are located at Aarhus Airport and at Thisted Airport. In addition there are ticket offices at Billund, Århus and Aalborg.

In accordance with the company's motto: "Not bigger - but better", SUN-AIR's staff of approx. 225 employees work with efficiency and considerable flexibility to ensure that our passengers and customers receive the highest possible levels of quality, service and safety.

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SUN-AIR of Scandinavia A/S
PO. Box 243, Cumulusvej 10
DK-7190 Billund, Denmark

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+45 76 50 01 00, + 45 75 33 16 11
+45 75 33 86 18

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