Copenhagen AirTaxi

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Copenhagen AirTaxi
Copenhagen AirTaxi logo.png
IATA ICAO Callsign
CAT AIRCAT
Founded1961
Fleet size19
DestinationsRoskilde, Anholt, Læsø (+charter)
HeadquartersRoskilde, Denmark
Key peopleKenneth Arly Larsen
Websitehttps://www.aircat.dk/

Copenhagen AirTaxi (CAT) is an aviation company and flight school based in Roskilde, Denmark. It provide a range of services, including operating regularly scheduled flights from Copenhagen Airport, Roskilde (ICAO: EKRK) to the Danish islands of Anholt and Læsø; managing the airfield on Anholt, and is also a major airtaxi operator in Denmark, operating from EKRK. CAT is an experienced flight school with flight training leading to a private and commercial pilots license. With large modern facilities based in Roskilde, the school trains the future generation of professional pilots in Denmark. CAT also has a large maintenance facility specialized in General Aviation aircraft.

The company was a first-mover in Europe to introduce charter flights (airtaxi) on single engine turboprop aircraft under new legislation CAT SET-IMC.[1] In 2017, CAT introduced the Pilatus PC-12 business aircraft to its fleet. The aircraft reaches destinations all over Europe, and have exceptional performance for short field operations.

The scheduled route between Roskilde – Anholt – Læsø is operated by a 10-seat Britten-Norman BN-2 Islander, but this may be substituted or augmented with one of the company's 6-seat Partenavia P.68's

Aircraft Fleet[edit]

For use by the resident flight school, airtaxi, scheduled flights or for rental purposes, the company has a fleet including:

Copenhagen AirTaxi's fleet
Aircraft In operation Passengers Additional
Socata TB9 Tampico 4 4/5 Flight school, rental
Socata TB10 Tobago 2 4/5 Flight school, rental, sightseeing
Socata TB20 Trinidad 1 4 Flight school, rental, sightseeing
Cessna 172 1 4 Flight school, rental, sightseeing
Partenavia P68 5 6 Flight school, airtaxi, scheduled flights
Britten-Norman Islander BN2 2 10 Airtaxi, scheduled flights, sightseeing
Robinson 44 1 4 Flight school, sightseeing
Pilatus PC-12 4 8 Airtaxi
Total 19

Scheduled destinations[edit]

As of May 2019 CAT operate to:

Roskilde Læsø Anholt

AirZafari[edit]

AirZafari is a Greenlandic aviation company who's primary business is sightseeing-flying. The company was founded in 2011[2] and is operated on the AOC certificate of Copenhagen AirTaxi.

References[edit]

  1. ^ (article) Copenhagen AirTaxi lines up commercial PC-12 alongside island hops. Business Air News. 6. april 2017.
  2. ^ "Nyt luftfartsselskab i Ilulissat" (article). Sermitsiaq.AG. Retrieved 29 September 2011.

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