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Inflight Service caters to the travel retail industry with a wide range of services that facilitate the administrative and operational processes. Our customers are primarily airlines, airport retailers and ferry & cruise lines, but our services also find use in other, adjacent business fields, such as diplomatic & duty free sales. 

Many of the Nordic and Baltic areas leading operators within these trades entrust us with full responsibilities to manage the entire value chain of their retail operations, while others benefit by employing our successful purchasing & logistics concept.

Learn more about our customers, by choosing category below

 

Airlines

 

Airport Retailers

 

Ferries & Cruise Lines

 

 

 
Airlines

Climate and long distances are important factors in making the scarcely populated Nordic/Baltic area a sizeable air travel market. Close to 80 million passengers fly into and out of Nordic airports every year, more than half of them to or from foreign destinations. Inflight Service provides innovative in-flight retail and entertainment concepts to nine of the area’s leading airlines.

Atlantic Airways is the national carrier of the Faroe Islands. The company provides regular service between the Faroes Islands and a range of cities in Denmark as well as the neighbouring countries England, Scotland, Iceland and Norway.

Danish Air Transport, or DAT, is a Danish airline founded in 1989. DAT provide a number of scheduled services as well as passenger charters and freight services.

Jet Time A/S is a Danish Charter Airline. The company was certified by the Danish aviation authorities and began operating in March 2006. 

Malmö Aviation, one of the few Swedish airlines, whose entire fleet meets the strict environmental and noise requirements to fly into and out of Bromma, Stockholm City Airport.

Norwegian Airshuttle AS, a low-fare, mostly point-to-point airline, registered on the Oslo Stock Exchange.

Novair – Nova Airlines AB – is owned by Kuoni Travel Holding Ltd, one of Europe’s largest travel groups with approx. 83.000 employees around the world.

Primera Air offers flights from Scandinavia to over 70 destinations in the Mediterranean, Asia, the Caribbean and the Atlantic. The fleet consists of six Boeing 800's and two 700's.

SAS. The SAS Group transported 25.2 million passengers to 127 destinations in 2010. The Group’s home market is the Nordic Region.

Thomas Cook Airlines Scandinavia is owned by Thomas Cook Group and was founded 9 May 2008 and formed on 19 June 2007 by the merger of Thomas Cook AG and MyTravel Group plc.

Jetair is the Belgian branch of TUI Travel,  the largest tourism group in the world, with its headquarters in the United Kingdom.

TUI Fly Nordic is the Nordic member of the world's largest charter airline group, TUI Airlines.

Arke Arke is the Dutch member of the TUI Group. Arke operates 10 aircrafts and has its hub at Amsterdam Airport Schiphol.
 
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Airport Retailers

Airport Shopping Provides a welcomed escape from the hustle and bustle and a way to cut long waits short. But most of all, it offers the traveler an opportunity to purchase a wide variety of popular products at great savings. No wonder, therefore, that airport shopping is the single largest sales channel in international travel retail. Inflight Service is supplier of innovative product offers to retailers around the Nordic/ Baltic area. We also operate our own airport shops under the EUROSHOP brand in Poland, Estonia and Latvia.

 

Except from being an airline, Atlantic Airways also operate the airport shop at Vagar airport at the Faeroe Islands.

Euroshop is he well-established brand name of Inflight Service's fully owned airport shops, acquired from SAS Trading in early 2005.

Stockholm Skavsta Airport is Sweden's third largest airport. The passenger terminal can handle about 2.5 million passengers per year. Ryanair has its Scandinavian base here and several other airlines are also serving the airport.

Lennart Meri Tallinn Airport is the largest airport in Estonia and home base of the national airline Estonian Air Tallinn Airport is open to both domestic and international flights

Warsaw-Modlin Mazovia Airport is a new international passenger airport, which opened in July 2012, formerly a disused military airfield, intended for low-cost carriers serving the Warsaw.

Svalbardbutikken offers tax free products, groceries, souvenirs, electronics and apparel in Longyearbyen in the most northerly part of the world, -78˚north.
   
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Ferry & Cruise Lines
Unlike in moste other parts of the travel retail world, where airports are the single largest sales channel, ferries and cruise ships top the list in the maritime Nordic and Baltic regions. Inflight Service proudly serves nine of the leading ferry & cruise lines on the Baltic and North Seas with comprehensive product mixes that add customer-perceived value to the travel experience. 
 

Birka Line has connected the Swedish capital with Mariehamn on the Åland Islands since 1971. Today, the route is serviced by the new luxury cruise ship, Birka Paradise.

DFDS Seaways OÜ (former Baltic Scandinavian Lines AS), owned by DFDS AS, operates Ro-Pax ferry Lisco Patria between Paldiski in Estonia and Kapellskär in Sweden with 6 departures weekly in each direction.

Eckerö Line operates a car ferry service between Helsinki and Tallinn carrying both cargo and passengers to a regular schedule. Eckerö Line also offers a comprehensive range of travel services in Estonia.

Eckerö Linjen has transported travellers and vehicles between Sweden and Åland since 1961. Today, approximately 890,000 travellers sail between Eckerö and Grisslehamn.

Inflight Service operates one 1200 sqm large taxfree store onboard Fjord Line’s ship MS Oslofjord. MS Oslofjord is newly renovated and will do 2 daily trips from Sandefjord (Norway) to Strömstad (Sweden).

Lindaliini AS, owned by various estonian investors, has been operating route between Tallinn and Helsinki since 1997 under LindaLine Express brand name. Today the company operate two fast-ferries with capacity of appr. 400 pax.

Unity Line was founded in May 1994, and is one of the biggest ship owners on the Baltic transport market. Within the framework of its activity, the Company deals with management of sea ferries and tourist and transport activities.
   
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