|Operating bases||Oslo Airport, Gardermoen
(for scheduled passenger flights)
|Parent company||DAT Danish Air Transport|
The airline was established and started operations in 2003 as Danu Oro Transportas with assistance from its majority shareholder DAT Danish Air Transport. On 13 April 2006 it was rebranded as DOT LT. The company has 60 employees (at February 2010) and is a member of the European Regions Airline Association.
On behalf of Danish Air Transport, DOT LT operates scheduled flights to the following destinations:
The remaining aircraft are leased out and operate non-scheduled flights according to the respective contracts.
As of June 2011, the DOT LT fleet consists of the following aircraft:
On 8 August 2010, a DOT LT ATR 42-300 (registered LY-DOT) that was parked at Pori Airport in Finland was hit by a small tornado and lifted into the air. The aircraft was damaged beyond economical repair when it slammed back onto the ground.