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Icelandic investors to buy Danish airline

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10:26 CET+01:00
Danish low-fare airline Stirling, currently owned by Ganger Rolf ASA and Bonheur ASA is to be taken over by Icelandic investors, Fons Eignarhaldsfelag.

The deal, reportedly worth 400 million Danish krone, is expected to go through during April, according to a press statement from Ganger Rolf ASA who along with Bonheur own 50% each of the airline.

Fons already own Iceland Express, another low-low airline and have previously been a major share holder in Icelandair.

Sources: Dagens Nyheter, Svenska Dagbladet

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