Sun-Air of Scandinavia

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Sun Air of Scandinavia
Sun Air of Scandinavia Logo.png
IATA ICAO Callsign
Founded 1978
Hubs Billund Airport
Alliance Oneworld (Affiliate)
Fleet size 14
Destinations 14
Headquarters Billund, Denmark
Key people Niels Sundberg (Owner, CEO and Pilot)

Sun Air of Scandinavia (trading as SUN-AIR)[1] is an airline based in Billund, Billund Municipality, Denmark.[2] It is a regional scheduled airline operating a franchise service in British Airways colours. It also offers charter flights, air taxi services, specialist aerial work and aircraft brokerage. Its main base is Billund Airport.


The airline was established and started operations in 1978. It initially operated solely as an air taxi and charter service, but developed into a regional airline in 1987. It became a British Airways franchisee on 1 August 1996, operating as British Airways. Sun Air is an affiliate member of the Oneworld alliance. The airline is wholly owned by Niels Sundberg and has 175 employees. It has an executive aviation operation called JoinJet.[3]


Sun Air of Scandinavia Dornier 328-110 at Brussels Airport.
Sun Air of Scandinavia Fairchild-Dornier 328JET at Åre Östersund Airport, Sweden
Sun Air Jetstream 31

Sun Air of Scandinavia serves the following cities (as of November 2015):

 United Kingdom


Sun-Air Of Scandinavia Fleet
Aircraft Total Passengers
Dornier 328 2 32
Dornier 328JET 10 32
BAe Jetstream 31 2 19
Total 14


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  2. ^ "Contact." Sun Air of Scandinavia. Retrieved on 16 March 2010. "SUN-AIR of Scandinavia A/S Cumulusvej 10 DK-7190 Billund Denmark"
  3. ^ "Biz jet", Airliner World, February 2013: 7 
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