Starling Air


Starling Air, officially known as Starling Air V/Peter Nordquist, is a Danish airline based at Flugplatz Ærø in Marstal. Established in 1983, the airline operates a variety of services including scheduled flights, charters, scenic tours, and advertising banner flights. Apart from its commercial operations, Starling Air also provides training for both the Private Pilot License (PPL (A)) and the night flying certificate. Recognized by the Danish aviation authorities, it operates under the Air Operator’s Certificate (AOC) with approval number DK.AOC.031.


From its primary base at Ærø, Starling Air operates flights to Copenhagen-Roskilde, with stops in Svendborg and Ringsted.


As of November 2019, Starling Air boasts a fleet of five aircraft. This comprises three Cessna 172 Skyhawks with registration numbers OY-ANG, OY-PEN, and OY-PEV, accommodating 4 adults and a child each. Additionally, the airline operates a Cessna 206 Stationair with the registration OY-BUY, offering 6 seats. Rounding up the fleet is a Partenavia P.68 with the registration OY-BSE.


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