Denmark is a small country, but not too small for domestic flights. SAS and Norwegian will take you from Copenhagen to Aalborg and Aarhus, while Danish Air Transport is transporting eager passengers from Bornholm and Karup to Copenhagen. There’s even a seaplane! But if you’re in Sønderborg, in Southern Jutland, you might want to go for a ride on the Alsie Express.
Alsie Express is a sister company of Air Alsie, in co-operation with Danfoss, a large global company based in Sønderborg. Danfoss wanted an easy commute from Sønderborg to Copenhagen – and back – so they started an airline.
Of course they did. Who wouldn’t?
They bought two small ATR 72’s previously employed by Azerbaijan Airlines and painted them a lovely, matte black.
I call them The Coal Wagons. Of course I do. Who wouldn’t?