Karup Airport

Karup Airport

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Karup Airport

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Karup Airport () is an airport in Denmark.

At the request of some middle-and West Jutland politicians airport, it was opened on 1 November 1965 with the construction of the first flight service between Karup and Copenhagen.

Airport ownership consisted of Viborg and Ringkjøbing county council districts and the municipalities of Herning, Holstebro, Viborg, Skive, Ikast, Karup, Struer, Ringkøbing, Lemvig and Skjern. It was agreed that the Danish airline - later SAS - would start flying on the route to the owners favored a subsidy. In the beginning there was a single daily departures with 15 people Heron machine. The route was a success and there was no need for the guarantee. On the contrary, the airport's ongoing development could be financed with operating without public subsidy other than the owners' original deposits.

Today, the airport have up to 14 flights daily and about 200,000 passengers annually. The airport is operated today by Norwegian, Cimber Sterling and several national and international taxifly companies.

In 1968 the airport's first terminal was built. Until then, it was borrowed premises at the controller station. In 1991 inaugurated the present terminal, Glass House on unit. The new terminal designed by Architect Firm Torsten Riis Andersen to design

Lemvig and Skjern municipality in 2002 sold their shares to Karup councils. (Now Viborg councils.).

Owners at. 1/1-2007 is Herning, Holstebro, Ikast-Brande, Lemvig, Ringkobing-Skjern, Silkeborg, Skive, Struer and...
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