Cimber Air (QI) Flight schedules
Established on 1 August 1950 by Captain Ingolf Nielsen, the airline started operations in 1950 and was one of the very few operators of the VFW-Fokker 614 regional jet. During the period 1951 - 1955 flight operations in West Germany start to pick up and by the end of this period, the fleet has grown to 17 aircraft.Â In 1971, Cimber Air concludes a business agreement with Scandinavian Airlines System (SAS) and Maersk Air to establish the joint company Danair and to develop and strengthen domestic flight operations in Denmark. SAS purchased 26% of Cimber Air in May 1998 and expanded its codeshare agreement. In March 2003, SAS sold the stake back to Cimber Air Holding. On 3 December 2008 Cimber Air bought parts of Sterling Airlines and formed the new airline Cimber-Sterling in 2009. In the same year, Cimber Sterling became listed on the Copenhagen Stock Exchange. Due to continuing financial difficulties, Cimber Sterling has presently entered into a subscription agreement with Mansvell Enterprises Ltd, which if successful will give Ukrainian billionaire Ihor Kolomoyskyi a stake of about 70%.
About the airline
Cimber Sterling A/S, still known as Cimber Air and styled as Cimber Sterling, is a Danish airline based in SÃ¸nderborg, SÃ¸nderborg Municipality, Denmark, operating scheduled domestic and international services in co-operation with Scandinavian Airlines (SAS) and Lufthansa. Its main bases are Copenhagen Airport and Billund Airport, with a smaller base at Aalborg Airport.
The airline operates flights to 2 Asian countries: Israel and Turkey. European destinations include: Austria, Bulgaria, Croatia, France, Germany, Greece, Republic of Ireland, Italy, Norway, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, Ukraine, United Kingdom and Czech Republic. Domestic routes consists of: Aalborg - Aalborg Airport, Billund - Billund Airport, Copenhagen - Kastrup Airport, Karup - Karup Airport, RÃ¸nne - Bornholm Airport and SÃ¸nderborg - SÃ¸nderborg Airport.
The airlineâ€™s fleet consists of the following 25 aircrafts: 3 ATR 42-500, 6 ATR 72-200, 6 Boeing 737-700 and 10 Bombardier CRJ-200.
Cimber Air Contact Information
|IATA Code||QI||ICAO Code||CIM|
|Phone||+45 74 42 22 77||Fax||+45 74 42 65 11|
|Hub City||Copenhagen||Head Office||c/o Cimber A/S, Lufthavnsvej 2, Sonderborg, 6400 Copenhagen, Denmark|