North Flying

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North Flying
IATA ICAO Callsign
NFA NORTH FLYING
Founded 1963
Fleet size 12
Headquarters Aalborg Airport
Aalborg Municipality, Denmark
Website northflying.com

North Flying A/S is a Danish airline with its head office in the North Flying Terminal of Aalborg Airport in Nørresundby, Aalborg Municipality.[1] It has operations from Ålborg and Copenhagen airports. North Flying main business is within charter operations, such as air taxi, air ambulance, and freight, and also training-, photo-, and banner flights. All scheduled flights between Oslo, Ørland, and Ålborg are operated by its Norwegian subsidiary Air Norway.

History[edit]

Fairchild Metroliner in Air Norway livery at Oslo Airport, Gardermoen

North Flying A/S was founded in 1963 as Norfly Skole- og Rundflyvning by photographer J. Steffensen. In 1970 the company acquired Aalborg Flying Center. In 1971 their main base was moved to Ålborg, and the company name was changed to its present name, North Flying.

In 1994 the company merged with Nordic Air K/S, in 1996 they acquired Aalborg Airtaxi and in 1998 Falck Air. After these mergers and acquisitions North Flying has become Scandinavia's biggest business charter company.

Fleet[edit]

North Flying AS fleet as of September 9, 2014,

North Flying AS Fleet
Aircraft In Service Orders Notes
Fairchild Swearingen Metroliner 4 0
Learjet 35 1 0
Cessna Citation I 1 0
Cessna Citation II 1 0
Cessna Citation III 3 0
Cessna Citation VII 1 0
Diamond DA42 1 0
Total 12 0

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Contact Us." North Flying. Retrieved on 15 December 2011. "North Flying's headquarters are located in Aalborg Airport." and "North Flying A/S North Flying Terminal Aalborg Airport DK - 9400 Nørresundby Denmark"

External links[edit]

Media related to North Flying at Wikimedia Commons