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Cimber Sterling 737 phaseout
4 737's are subleased to Jettime and then wetleased back starting april 14th. The 2 remaining 737's will be delivered back to lessors as planned this spring. 2 will be subleased by jettime until leasing contract expires spring 2013 and the other 2 will be subleased by Jettime until summer 2012 ends and then they will take over the leasing of the aircraft.
Cimber Air in Saarbrücken
I remember the Airline providing regional domestic services in Germany to and from the airport of Saarbrücken Ensheim. This must have been around the mid 1970s. A Nord 262 turboprop was flying the routes.--126.96.36.199 (talk) 12:08, 15 March 2014 (UTC)
Cimber Sterling vs the new Cimber A/S
This article mixes up the defunct Cimber Sterling airline and the new company Cimber A/S started by some of the people from the old company. The new Cimber A/S operates a limited number of planes mostly for Scandinavian Airlines (which was a small part of Cimber Sterling's activities) and is not related to the previous activity as a major airline in Denmark. This article should be reverted back to the state of the airline when it went under, and a new article be created for Cimber A/S -- with appropriate notes in this one to look at the new one -- and in the new one to look at this. — Preceding unsigned comment added by 188.8.131.52 (talk) 08:29, 22 May 2014 (UTC)