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Cimber Air has ceased operations

Cimber Air (Cimber Sterling) ended flying operations in 2012.

About Cimber Air

Cimber Air also known as Cimber Sterling A/S was a Danish airline that operated domestic and international flights in cooperation with Scandinavian Airlines (SAS) and Lufthansa. The airline was based in Sønderborg, Sønderborg Municipality, Denmark and its main bases were Copenhagen Airport and Billund Airport. The airline also had a smaller base in Aalborg Airport.

Cimber Air ceased operations in May 2012 due to bankruptcy.

Baggage Allowance

Carry-on Baggage

Cimber Air passengers were allowed to bring one piece of carry-on baggage weighing no more than 8kg. The maximum dimensions of the carry-on bag could not exceed 50 cm, 40 cm and 25 cm.

Checked Baggage

Cimber Air passengers were allowed to bring up to 2 pieces of checked baggage. Cimber Air passengers had to pay per piece of checked baggage. Your checked baggage could not weigh more than 20kg per piece.

Infants were allowed to bring one piece of checked baggage weighing no more than 10kg, at no additional cost.

Please note that the checked baggage could not exceed 158 cm per piece (height + width + depth).

Check In

Online Check-In

Cimber Air didn't offer online check-in. Passengers had to check in at the airport.

Airport Check-In

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In-Flight Entertainment

Cimber Air didn't offer any form of in-flight entertainment for its passengers.

Frequent Flyer

Cimber Air didn't have a frequent flyer programme in which passengers could earn and spend points when flying with the airline.

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Destinations that Cimber Air flew to

Cimber Air flew to a number of destinations within Europe. Find out below all the destinations that the airline flew to:

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Hub Airport

Copenhagen Airport

Copenhagen Airport (CPH) is an international airport which serves the Copenhagen Metropolitan area and the Metropolitan Malmö area. The airport is one the busiest airports in Northern Europe and the busiest for international travel in Scandinavia. This airport is a hub for Norwegian Air Shuttle and Scandinavian Airlines, other airlines that fly to/from this airport include Air Greenland, SunClass Airlines and many more.


Cimber Air's fleet consisted of an ATR 72-200 and a Bombardier CRJ-200 aircraft. The ATR 72-200 could handle up to 68 passengers and the Bombardier CRJ-200 could handle up to 50 passengers.

Frequently asked questions

When did Cimber Air cease its operations?

Cimber Air ceased operations in May 2012. This means that you can no longer buy flights with Cimber Air, but there are a number of other airlines which operate a similar route including SAS, Polish LOT Airlines, airBaltic and more. To begin your search for flights, head over to the top of the page.

Where did Cimber Air fly to?

Cimber Air flew to a number of destinations within Europe including Billund, Naples, Tenerife, Stockholm, Antalya and many more.