Start-up carrier Great Dane Airlines has announced it will launch flights from Denmark to Dublin, Edinburgh and Nice this summer.
The airline, which was founded in 2018, will be based at Aalborg airport in northern Denmark.
Aalborg is the country’s fourth-largest city and is known as the industrial and commercial centre for the North Jutland region, with Norwegian telecommunications company Telenor setting up a regional office in the city.
Great Dane Airlines’ twice weekly flights to Dublin will launch on 21 June, followed by Edinburgh on 24 June (also twice a week) and Nice (once a week) on 26 June.
Flights will be operated by a 118-seat Embraer E195 aircraft.
In addition, the airline will operate chartered services for Danish travel agency Bravo Tours to destinations such as Chania, Mallorca, Varna and Rhodes.