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Business aviation in Denmark

Kingdom of Denmark is in Europe.
Trafikstyrelsen - Danish Civil Aviation and Railway Authority - tbst.dk

Registered business aircraft:
256

Based business air charter operators:
17

Based business aircraft for charter:
100

Business air charter brokers:
8

Most prevalent aircraft types:


Major business aviation airports:


Business aviation suppliers in Denmark

Maintenance  18   •   Training  6
ASE Handling (FBO)
www.asehandling.com
ASE Handling, based at Copenhagen and Stockholm Arlanda airports, has rapidly become one of Scandinavia's largest and most successful vip and executive handling agents. During 2018, ASE's dedicated services were used by over 2,000 aircraft ranging from small Citations to large Airbus A340 and Boeing 767 corporate jets.

Our hard work and team of dedicated skilled employees make ASE the success that it is today. ASE recognises that the industry is changing and along with that comes many challenges but service, a smile and a friendly face should never change.


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