Posted on: 14 May 2019 by Glenn Sands
Great Dane Airlines, a regional start-up carrier has unveiled its first aircraft an Embraer 195, newly painted in the operator’s colours.
The aircraft, EI-GGC, a 2008 airframe was previously flown by Flybe. It is owned by the Cayman Islands-based lessor Propius which has connections with the UK’s Stobart Air, the company recently acquired, along with Flybe, by Connect Airways.
The new airline is planning to serve three destinations – Edinburgh, Nice and Dublin from Aalborg.
According the Denmark’s corporate registry, the carrier has undergone a recent major change of ownership. It indicates that the airline has been majority-owned since March by investor SEBC Holding, which also has diverse interests in hotel operations, business software, and a motor-racing circuit.