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SDK-2005-05- STAR AIR 767-219SF
FORMED AND STARTED OPERATIONS IN 1987. INTERNATIONAL, CHARTER, CARGO, JET AIRPLANE SERVICES.
COPENHAGEN AIRPORT SOUTH
DRAGOER DK-2791, DENMARK
The Kingdom of Denmark was established in 800, it covers an area of 43,092 sq km, its population is 5.2 million, its capital is copenhagen, and its official language is Danish.
CREATED AS A CARGO SUBSIDIARY OF CHARTER OPERATOR MAERSK AIR (MRS) IN 1987. CONTINUED AS A SUBSIDIARY OF THE AP MOLLER-MAERSK GROUP AFTER MAERSK (MRS) PASSENGER OPERATIONS WERE SOLD OFF IN SEPTEMBER 2005.
OCTOBER 1993: STAR AIR (SDK) ENTERED INTO A CONTRACT WITH UNITED PARCEL SERVICE (UPS) FOR THE OPERATION OF TWO 727FS.
JANUARY 1996: OWNED BY AP MOLLER GROUP (MAERSK).
CARGO SERVICES, 727-100QF'S RE-ENGINED WITH (RR TAYS) OWNED BY (UPS), AND FLY OUT OF (UPS) HUB IN COLOGNE.
1995 = +12 MILLION KRONER (NET PROFIT).
50 EMPLOYEES (INCLUDING 35 FLIGHT CREW (FC) AND 10 MAINTENANCE TECHNICIANS (MT)).
AUGUST 1996: 1 727-100QC (19233), EX-(UPS). NOW OPERATES 6 727'S ON EUROPEAN NETWORK.
JUNE 1997: 80 EMPLOYEES (INCLUDING 60 FLIGHT CREW (FC) & 15 MAINTENANCE TECHYNICIANS (MT).
DECEMBER 1997: 1 727-180QF (19874), EX-(UPS) LEASED (7TH). REPLACED FARNAIR EUROPE F27 "MINILINER," DURING PEAK, ON BOLOGNA - TREVISO - COLOGNE ROUTE.
APRIL 1998: 80 EMPLOYEES (INCLUDING 60 FLIGHT CREW (FC) & 15 MAINTENANCE TECHNICIANS (MT)).
APRIL 1999: 80 EMPLOYEES (INCLUDING 60 FLIGHT CREW (FC) & 15 MAINTENANCE TECHNICIANS (MT)).
MARCH 2000: 727-180C (19874) RETURNED TO (UPS).
APRIL 2000: 95 EMPLOYEES (INCLUDING 73 FLIGHT CREW (FC) & 16 MAINTENANCE TECHNICIANS (MT)).
MARCH 2001: 727-180C (19874, OY-UPB) (UPS) LEASED AGAIN.
APRIL 2001: 95 EMPLOYEES (INCLUDING 73 FLIGHT CREW (FC), & 16 MAINTENANCE TECHNICIANS (MT)).
SEPTEMBER 2001: 1 757-200PF (25462), (UPS) WET-LEASED FOR (UPS) EUROPEAN OPERATIONS. 1 727-31C (19230, N925UP), (UPS) WET-LEASED. 727 WILL BE OPERATING FOR (UPS) ON ATHENS - TURIN - KOLN, & 757 ON ROME (CIA) - TREVISO - KOLN.
June 2002: 1 757-24APF (25463, OY-USB), (UPS) leased.
July 2002: 1 727-31C (19230, OY-UPC), returned to United Parcel Services (UPS).
September 2002: 727-180QC (19874) and 727-22QC (19094) returned to United Parcel Services (UPS).
December 2002: 727-31C (19929) returned to United Parcel Services (UPS).
October 2003: The European Commission (EC) asked the Danish government to investigate the ties between (UPS) and Star Air (SDK). This was instigated by a complaint from "Deutsche Post." It wants the Danish authorities to make sure (SDK) is a European-controlled entity. Although (SDK) is a subsidiary of Danish shipping group, Moeller-Maersk, the (EC) cites complaints claiming almost all of its economic activities are generated by (UPS), which allegedly is responsible for (SDK)'s fleet, flight crews (FC), technical support and maintenance. Should the Danish government or the (EC) decides this relationship constitutes effective control, the authorities could revoke (SDK)'s air operator's certificate (AOC). The "Deutsche Post" action is viewed as retaliation for efforts by (UPS) and FedEx (FED) to have Astar Air Cargo (DHL), formerly (DHL) Airways, decertified as a USA carrier because all of its flying is done on behalf of "Deutsche Post"'s (DHL) Worldwide Express unit, which used to own 25% of (DHL). The USA Department of Transportation (DOT) is still in the midst of the investigation to determine whether Astar (DHL) complies with USA citizen requirements.
727-22C (19102, N943UP) returned to (UPS).
April 2004: 727-31C (19233) returned to United Parcel Services (UPS).
May 2004: 122 employees.
August 2004: 727-31C (19232) returned to (UPS). This was the last 727 operated by Star Air (SDK) which was returned to (UPS).
(SDK) continued to operate 4 routes with 4 757-200Fs.
December 2004: Star Air (SDK) stated it would replace its entire fleet of 757-200PF's (UPS) leased, with 11 767-200SF's (GEF) leased.
January 2005: 727-2B7F (21953), ex-ATA (AAT).
March 2005: 1st of 11 767-200SF 's (OY-SRG) delivery.
September 2005: 767-25ERF (27193, OY-SRI), delivery.
October 2005: 767-204F (23072, OY-SRK), (GEF) leased.
November 2005: 767-25E (27195, OY-SRJ), (GEF) leased.
December 2005: 767-219F (23326, OY-SRN), delivery & 767-25EF (27192, OY-SRM), (GEF) leased.
May 2006: Employees = 122.
October 2008: Copenhagen Airports (CPH) will construct a low-cost carrier (LCC) terminal designed to "provide new opportunities for growth for the airlines during these difficult times and more cheap fares to choose from for the passengers," (CEO) Brian Petersen said. Passenger charges for airlines using (CPH) "SWIFT" will be half those applied to carriers using Kastrup's main infrastructure. Airlines wanting to fly "SWIFT" will have to meet a number of efficiency requirements, including a 30-minute turnaround, while passengers will be expected to check in mainly via the Internet, a mobile phone or at self-service kiosks. The (LCC) terminal will be an extension of existing facilities and have 6 airplane stands, with an initial capacity of 6 million passengers annually, and the potential to double that if the need arises. Passengers will use (CPH)'s central security checkpoint and the existing baggage sorting system, helping to keep construction costs at around DKK200 million/$36.3 million. Construction is expected to commence in early 2009 and operations are expected to start in the summer of 2010.
March 2009: Delta (DAL) TechOps announced an 8-year, $55 million power-by-the-hour contract extension with Star Air (SDK) covering Maintenance Repair & Overhaul (MRO) on the 22 (CF6-80A2/C2) engines powering (SDK)'s 11 767-200SFs. The deal also includes Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) and component support.
January 2010: Employees = 110 Flight Crew (FC), 45 Maintenance Technicians - Mechanics (MT); 45 Administration.
October 2010: Star Air (SDK) operates contract express parcel, jet airplane cargo flights, mainly within Europe on behalf of (UPS).
Employees = 186.
(IATA) Code: S6. (ICAO) Code: SRR (Callsign - WHITESTAR).
Parent organization/shareholders: A P Moller-Maersk Group (MRS) (100%).
Main Base: Cologne/Bonn Konrad Adenauer Airport (CGN).
Hub: Copenhagen Kastrup Airport (CPH).
April 2013: GA Telesis has signed long-term flight hour agreement with Denmark’s Star Air (SDK) to provide inventory support, component maintenance and full supply-chain logistic and warehousing solutions for 11 767-200Fs.
April 2014: Star Air (Denmark) ((IATA) Code: S6, based at Copenhagen Kastrup) (SDK) has added its 1st 767-39HERF (26256, OY-SYS) freighter to its fleet of 11 767-200Fs. According to "Skyliner Aviation," the former Thomson Airways ((IATA) Code: BY, based at London Luton) (ATZ)/(TFY) passenger jet has now been re-registered as (OY-SYS) following its ferry flight from Goodyear to Cologne/Bonn on March 24. It is dry-leased from Guggenheim Aviation Partners (GUG).
Founded in 1987, Star Air (SDK) is a part of the A P Moller-Maersk Group.
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0 727-22CQF (TAY 651-54) (341-19103, /66 OY-UPD; 336-19102, /66 OY-UPJ; 295-19094, /66 OY-UPT), OPS FOR (UPS). 19094 RTT (UPS) 2002-09. 19102 RTT (UPS) 2003-10. 19232. 19103 RTND (UPS) 2004-07. FREIGHTER.
0 727-31CQF (TAY 651-54) (458-19233, /67 OY-UPA; 390-19229, /67 OY-UPM; 425-19232, /67 OY-UPS), OPS FOR (UPS) (402-19230, 2001-09). 19230 RTND 2002-07. 19229 RTND 2002-12 & SCRAPPED 2004-12. 19233 RTND (UPS) 2004-04. 19232 RTND (UPS) 2004-08. FREIGHTER.
0 727-180CRE (TAY 651-54) (534-19874, /68), (UPS) LSD 2001-03. RTND 2002-09.
1 727-2B7F (JT8D HK) (21953), EX-(AAT) 2005-01. FREIGHTER.
0 737-400 (CFM56-3). 2 RTND.
0 757-24APF (PW2040) (569-25462, /01 OY-USA; 573-25463, /02 OY-USB; 577-25464, /93 OY-USC; 579-25465, /93 OY-USD), (UPS) WET-LSD FOR EUROPEAN (UPS) OPS. IN (UPS) COLORS. 25464 RTND (UPS) 2004-11. 25462; 25463; & 25465; RTND (UPS) 2005-06. PACKAGE FREIGHTER.
2 767-204ERF (CF6-80A2) (107-23072, /85 OY-SRK, 2005-10; 256-24457, /89 OY-SRH), (GEF) LSD. THE 767-200SF HOLDS 19 CONTAINERS ON THE MAIN DECK AND 11 IN THE LOWER CARGO COMPARTMENT. FREIGHTER.
3 767-219ERF (CF6-80A2) (124-23326, /85 OY-SRN, 2005-12; 134-23327, /86 OY-SRF, 2005-04; 149-23328, /86 OY-SRG, 2005-03), EX-(MRS), (GEF) LSD. FREIGHTER.
3 767-25ERF (CF6-80C2B2F) (524-27192, /93 OY-SRM, 2005-12; 527-27193, /93 OY-SRI, 2005-09; 532-27194, /94 OY-SRO, 2006-03; 535-27195, /94 OY-SRJ, 2005-11), (GEF) LSD. 27192; RTND. FREIGHTER.
2 767-232SF (CF6-80A2) (37-22219, /82 OY-SRL; 38-22220, /82 OY-SRP), (GEF) LSD 2006-08. FREIGHTER.
1 767-39HER (CF6-80C2B6F) (484-26256, /93 G-OOAN "CARIBBEAN STAR"), EX-GOODYEAR, EX-(N223CY), (GUG) LSD 2009-06. 62C, 196Y.
1 767-39HERF (CF6-80C2B6F) (484-26256, /93OY-SYS), EX-(G-OOAN), EX-(ATZ)/(TFY). (GUG) LSD 2014-04. FREIGHTER.
0 A320-200. 2 RTND.
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