Scheduled and charter carrier Danish Air Transport (DAT) is evaluating future operations and shape of its fleet. The Vamdrup, Denmark-based airline operates four Airbus A320s, 15 ATR 42 and -72s of various versions, plus a McDonnell Douglas MD-83 and a Saab 340. Three A320s are used for full-time charter services, while the remaining A320, about one-third of the ATR fleet and the MD-83 are employed on aircraft, crew, maintenance and insurance (ACMI) duties. Most scheduled services are ...

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