DET DANSKE LUFTFARTSELSKAB (DDL)

IATA: - 069 ICAO: - FOUNDED: 29 OCT 1918 CEASED OPERATIONS: 1 AUG 1946

HISTORY: DET DANSKE LUFTFARTSELSKAB A/S (DDL), trading in English as Danish Air Lines, was Denmark's national airline from 1918 until it merged to create Scandinavian Airlines System (SAS) in 1946. DDL was established on 29 October 1918, but started its first scheduled route on 7 August 1920.

 

 

22/8/1939 (From Kobenhavn to Berlin)

 

 

30/7/1947 (From Copenhagen to Stockholm)

 

 

13/12/1948 (From Stuttgart to Hamburg to Stuttgart)

 

 

28/3/1949 (From San Fransisco to Sidney)

 

 

 

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