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Article from BTNews 23 FEBRUARY 2015

Cambridge to Sweden

Danish airline Sun-Air, a franchise partner of British Airways, is to open a new route between Cambridge and Gothenburg on 2 March.

The route was introduced to allow employees at biopharmaceutical firm AstraZeneca to fly between the two hubs in the UK and Sweden.

The eight times weekly service, operated by a 32-seat Dornier 328 jet, will depart Monday to Thursday in the morning and evening.

Kristian Tvergaard, Commercial Director at Sun-Air, said: “We’ve worked closely with AstraZeneca and Cambridge Airport to bring this niche but valuable market opportunity to life.”

From London City the airline operates twice weekdaily to Billund and Hamburg with, in both cases, a single Sunday flight.

Stephen Humphreys, Head of UK & Ireland Sales at British Airways, said: “We are pleased to be working with Sun-Air to support the important work of British businesses, flying between Cambridge and Gothenburg.”

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