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|Destinations||Roskilde, Anholt, Læsø|
|Key people||Kenneth Arly Larsen|
Copenhagen Air Taxi is an aviation company 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 air taxi operator in Denmark, operating from EKRK. CAT also has flight training leading to a private and commercial pilots license for single and dual engine aircraft, PPL(A), and helicopter PPL(H). CAT also has a large maintenance facility.
The scheduled route between Roskilde - Anholt - Læsø is operated all year round, but with significantly more departures in the summer season due to tourists and regular summer residents to these islands. It is usually operated by a 10-seat Britten-Norman BN-2 Islander, but this may be substituted or augmented with one of the company's 7-seat Partenavia P.68's
For use by the resident flight school, or for rental purposes, the company has a fleet including:
- Cessna 172
- Socata TB series aircraft (TB 9, TB 10 and TB20)
- Partenavia P.68
- Robinson R22 and R44 helicopters
Copenhagen Air Taxi's aircraft sales division, Copenhagen Aviation Trading, is the official dealer of EADS Socata aircraft series in Denmark.
As of 27 April 2012 Cat operate to:
Roskilde Læsø Anholt
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