Atlantic Airways is a small Faroese airline. It’s so small, when they upgraded (!) to Airbus A319, they had to extend the runway at Vágar. If Atlantic ever buy themselves a Dreamliner, they will probably have to extend the Islands themselves and find somewhere else to store the sheep.
Fun fact: it would take just about 150 Dreamliners (depending on configuration) to transport the entire Faroese population. And there would still be room for me!
Currently, Atlantic Airways are operating just two A319, but they are awaiting the arrival of one brand new Airbus A320. They also have a helicopter, used for island hopping and rescue missions.
There aren’t many airports, where you can spot these small white and blue aircrafts, complete with a Northern Gannet on the tail. But in CPH, you can. Every day, if you wish.
One day, I’ll buy myself a ticket and go bird spotting up north. Perhaps I’ll see a Northern Gannet.