A Cimber Air Canadair CRJ-200 on behalf of SAS Scandinavian Airlines, registration OY-RJC performing flight SK-2892 from Copenhagen (Denmark) to…
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A Cimber Sterling Avion de Transport Regional ATR-72-500, registration OY-CIO performing positioning flight QI-9501 from Billund to Copenhagen…
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