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New route opened…

New route opened…

  1. Anonymous

    … and not one of the usually ones with an old A320, some fancy uniforms and discounted prices.

    Hi Lycky and others,

    sorry, but no bonus points here on the new route that recently opened between Copenhagen (capital of Denmark) and Aarhus (2. largest city in Denmark).

    Because the airport near Aarhus is located so far away from the city, it takes 4ever by car to get there. Public transport is slow bus, so not much help there.

    The new route uses a DHC6 Twin Otter, and because both Copenhagen and Aarhus have excellent ports right in the city center, it seems like a good idea. Copenhagen you know. Aarhus you might not know, but it has recently gained some international focus, especially in areas like food, culture, history and art.

    English website? Well, you might want to learn some danish, [URL]http://www.seaplanes.dk/international/[/URL]

    So the big question is: Do you dare take it?

    Kind regards
    Lars Jensen

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