Faroese national carrier Atlantic Airways anticipates a move into the ACMI market as it attempts to offset the effect of new competition on its primary route. The Faroe Islands is an archipelago midway between Scotland and Iceland. As a dependency of the Danish crown with extensive self-governing powers, its main route is between the islands and Copenhagen, the Danish capital. One week ago, at the start of IATA’s summer season on March 26, Scandinavian Airlines (SAS) started operating ...

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