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'''Thomas Cook Airlines Scandinavia''' was founded in 1993 when [[Conair]] and [[Scanair]] merged to form Premiair.
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|Premiair logo first.png|1993-1998
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|Premiair logo.png|1998-2002
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|MyTravel Airways.svg|2002-2008
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|Thomas Cook Airlines Scandinavia.png|2008-2013
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|Thomas Cook Airlines Logo.png|2013-2019
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|Sunclass.png|2019-present}}
   
==1993-199?==
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'''Sunclass Airlines''' is a Danish holiday airline that was founded in 1993 when [[Conair of Scandinavia]] and [[Scanair]] merged to form Premiair. Its aircraft are registered in Denmark and operate from there.
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Sunclass Airlines and its German sister airline [[Condor Flugdienst|Condor]] were unaffected by the September 2019 collapse of their British parent, [[Thomas Cook|Thomas Cook Group]], and the British [[Thomas Cook Airlines]].
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== Premiair ==
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=== 1993–1998 ===
 
[[File:Premiair logo first.png|250px|center]]
 
[[File:Premiair logo first.png|250px|center]]
   
 
Premiair's first logo was the name of the company written in lowercase with the [[Bodoni Poster]] font with the dots in the I's replaced by an orange and a blue circle.
 
Premiair's first logo was the name of the company written in lowercase with the [[Bodoni Poster]] font with the dots in the I's replaced by an orange and a blue circle.
   
==199?-2002==
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=== 1998–2002 ===
 
[[File:Premiair logo.png|250px|center]]
 
[[File:Premiair logo.png|250px|center]]
   
 
In the late 1990s, Premiair adopted the look of its British sister airline, Airtours.
 
In the late 1990s, Premiair adopted the look of its British sister airline, Airtours.
   
==2002-2008==
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== MyTravel Airways ==
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=== 2002–2008 ===
 
[[File:MyTravel Airways.svg|250px|center]]
 
[[File:MyTravel Airways.svg|250px|center]]
   
 
In 2002, Premiair became MyTravel Airways.
 
In 2002, Premiair became MyTravel Airways.
   
==2008-==
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== Thomas Cook Airlines Scandinavia ==
[[File:Thomas Cook Airlines Scandinavia.png|250px|center]]
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=== 2008–2013 ===
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[[File:Thomas Cook Airlines Scandinavia.png|385x385px|center]]<br />
   
 
MyTravel Airways became Thomas Cook Airlines Scandinavia in 2008.
 
MyTravel Airways became Thomas Cook Airlines Scandinavia in 2008.
   
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=== 2013–2019 ===
File:Thomas Cook Scandinavia livery-368.jpg|Author: Andy Mitchell
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[[File:Thomas Cook Airlines Logo.png|center|250x250px]]<br />
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Despite the collapse of the [[Thomas Cook|Thomas Cook Group]] in September 2019, its Nordic subsidiaries ([[Spies (Denmark)|Spies]] in Denmark, [[Ving]] in Norway and Sweden and [[Tjäreborg]] in Finland, as well as Thomas Cook Airlines Scandinavia) will continue to operate.
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==Sunclass Airlines==
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===2019–present===
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[[File:Sunclass.png|thumb|center]]
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Thomas Cook Airlines Scandinavia was renamed to Sunclass Airlines in November 2019 but continues to use the Sunny Heart logo.
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[[Category:Airlines in Sweden]]
 
[[Category:Airlines in Sweden]]
 
[[Category:Airlines in Denmark]]
 
[[Category:Airlines in Denmark]]
 
[[Category:Airlines in Norway]]
 
[[Category:Airlines in Norway]]
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[[Category:Thomas Cook Group]]
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[[Category:Sweden]]
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[[Category:Denmark]]
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[[Category:Norway]]
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[[Category:Travel]]
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[[Category:1993]]
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[[Category:1990s]]

Latest revision as of 10:53, July 5, 2020

Contents

Premiair logo first Premiair logo MyTravel Airways Thomas Cook Airlines Scandinavia Thomas Cook Airlines Logo Sunclass
1993-1998 1998-2002 2002-2008 2008-2013 2013-2019 2019-present


Sunclass Airlines is a Danish holiday airline that was founded in 1993 when Conair of Scandinavia and Scanair merged to form Premiair. Its aircraft are registered in Denmark and operate from there.

Sunclass Airlines and its German sister airline Condor were unaffected by the September 2019 collapse of their British parent, Thomas Cook Group, and the British Thomas Cook Airlines.

Premiair Edit

1993–1998 Edit

Premiair logo first

Premiair's first logo was the name of the company written in lowercase with the Bodoni Poster font with the dots in the I's replaced by an orange and a blue circle.

1998–2002 Edit

Premiair logo

In the late 1990s, Premiair adopted the look of its British sister airline, Airtours.

MyTravel Airways Edit

2002–2008 Edit

MyTravel Airways

In 2002, Premiair became MyTravel Airways.

Thomas Cook Airlines Scandinavia Edit

2008–2013 Edit

Thomas Cook Airlines Scandinavia

MyTravel Airways became Thomas Cook Airlines Scandinavia in 2008.

2013–2019 Edit

Thomas Cook Airlines Logo

Despite the collapse of the Thomas Cook Group in September 2019, its Nordic subsidiaries (Spies in Denmark, Ving in Norway and Sweden and Tjäreborg in Finland, as well as Thomas Cook Airlines Scandinavia) will continue to operate.

Sunclass AirlinesEdit

2019–presentEdit

Sunclass

Thomas Cook Airlines Scandinavia was renamed to Sunclass Airlines in November 2019 but continues to use the Sunny Heart logo.


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