Acquired in late 2005 following its merger with Maersk Air, Sterling was the last of FL's wholly owned airline subsidiaries.
What does DM stand for?
DM stands for Maersk Air (airline code)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
AIRLINE INDUSTRY INFORMATION-(C)1997-2005 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD SAS Cargo Group A/S, the cargo transport division of the Scandinavian airline SAS, said on Wednesday (28 September) that it would take over the Danish budget airline Sterling's freight activities, formerly Maersk Air Cargo, from 1 October 2005.
HOUSTON, June 7 /PRNewswire/ -- Continental Airlines (NYSE: CAL) and Maersk Air of Denmark began codesharing June 5 on flights between the Danish cities of Copenhagen and Billund and London/Gatwick and between Billund and Amsterdam, enabling quicker and easier connections to and from Denmark for Continental customers.
Operations moved from the old terminal overnight on May 28--the first departure, a Maersk Air charter, leaving at 6.
MIDLANDS airline Maersk Air has announced a major expansion of the route network it operates for British Airways from Birmingham Airport.
The group is reportedly in talks with Fons Eignarhaldsfelag, the owner of Sterling, regarding an investment in or purchase of Sterling and Maersk Air.
The airline the result of a management buyout of Maersk Air last year said any customers who are already abroad and holding return tickets must find their own passage home.
Continental Airlines announced today that it signed a codeshare agreement with Maersk Air of Denmark, which will enable Continental customers to make quicker and easier connections to and from the Danish cities of Copenhagen and Billund, via London/Gatwick and Amsterdam.