Danish Air Transport Taking First A320s, Eyes ATR Renewal

Danish Air Transport (DAT) plans to take up to three Airbus A320s for charter and wet-lease work and wants two ATR 72-500s to replace some of its older aircraft. Last summer DAT performed its first holiday charter flights using an MD-83, which had just returned from a four-year military contract in...

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