Cimber Sterling

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Cimber Sterling was a danish airline based at Sonderborg. It was founded in 1950 when flightcaptain Ingolf Lorenz Nielsen took over Sonderjyllands Flyveselskab. In 1987 a german subsiidiary Cimber Air was founded in Kiel. In 2008 Cimber Air took over parts of the insolvent Sterling and the company was renamed to Cimber-Sterling. In may 2012 Cimber ceased operations and SAS took over new founded Cimber with their Bombardier CRJ200. Cimber was operating for SAS with the CRJ200.

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Aerospatiale ATR72

Cimber Sterling ATR72 (Denmark)

Boeing 737-700

Cimber Sterling Boeing 737-700 (Denmark)

Cimber Sterling Boeing 737-700 (Denmark)

Bombardier CRJ200

Transferred to SAS, but retired meanwhile.

Cimber A/S Bombardier CRJ200 (Denmark)

SAS (Cimber A/S) Bombardier CRJ200 (Denmark)

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