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Sun-Air operating BA's London City?Billund service
British Airways franchise partner Sun-Air of Scandinavia A/S, has launched a double-daily service from London City Airport to the Danish commercial centre of Billund. Flights are operated with a Dornier 328 in British Airways livery.
Niels Sundberg, Sun-Air’s chief executive officer, comments: “We have been particularly interested in London City Airport for several years and look forward to operating straight to the heart of London. The airport is located close to London’s commercial and financial districts, and it therefore has its focus on business travellers and their needs.
The first flight from London City departs at 10.30 a.m. with a later departure at 8.35 p.m. Return flights leave Billund at 9.20 a.m. and 7.25 p.m. Flights will operate from Monday to Friday with one evening flight on Sundays.
Picture shows (from left to right) Bernard Lavelle, London City Airport sales director, Richard Gooding, London City Airport chief executive, Niels Sundberg, Sun-Air CEO and Kristian Tvergaard, Sun-Air assistant managing director routes, network sales and marketing.
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