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Article from BTNews 2 MAY 2016

Humberside goes Danish

A new route between Humberside Airport and the important business destinations of Aalborg and Billund in Denmark has been officially launched, with 25 VIP guests from Denmark arriving on the first flight.

The link has been established in part to support the growing renewable-energy industry in the Humber region with a connection to the Danish renewables hubs.

The route is operated by British Airways franchise partner Sun-Air, with scheduled flights every Friday and Sunday in both directions. Average journey time is 90min.

The service was launched in cooperation with the British Chamber of Commerce in Denmark (BCCD), Siemens Wind Power and other companies in the energy sector and the three airports.

Deborah Zost, managing director of Humberside Airport, said: “We were delighted to welcome the VIP guests from Denmark here after months of discussion to create better air connectivity with major players in the renewables industry.

“Humberside Airport continues to work collaboratively with major businesses and organisations to provide further destinations which offer a choice to our customers.”

The renewables industry continues to grow in the Humber region, with Siemens set to start operating in Hull in 2017 and Dong Energy already a well-established business on the south bank.  www.humbersideairport.com   www.uk.sun-air.dk

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