Non-scheduled flights (Charter and taxi flights)

Community air carriers can operate within the EU without permission from the Danish Transport, Construction and Housing Authority, cf. Council Regulation (EEC) No. 1008/2008 on common rules for the operation of air services in the Community.

Traffic programs shall be submitted by e-mail  not later than 15 days before the effective date of the traffic program. A notification shall contain the following information:

  • Operator’s name, address, phone number and e-mail
  •  Number of weekly frequencies
  •  Destinations to be flown with indication of times
  • Aircraft type, registration numbers and capacity
  • Flight numbers
  • Name(s) of the charterer/charterers
  • Wet-lease, if relevant
  • Code-share, if relevant


Community air carriers operating outside the EU and non-Community air carriers shall, according to Regulations for Civil Aviation (BL) 10-1, Regulations on charter flights and taxi flights to/from Denmark, submit an application to the Danish Transport, Construction and Housing Authority by e-mail; 
info@tbst.dk not later than 48 hours (Saturdays, Sundays and Danish holidays not included) in advance of the intended landing, if the air carrier intends to carry out up to a maximum of 4 charter flights within 2 months to Denmark. 

For air carriers intending to operate more than 4 charter flights within 2 months to Denmark (traffic programs), the time-limit is 30 days in advance of the intended landing/the effective date of the traffic program. 

Applications shall contain the following information:

  • Operator’s name, address, phone number and e-mail
  • Date, flight plan and flight number
  • Number of weekly frequencies
  • Destinations to be flown with indication of time
  • Aircraft type, registration numbers and capacity
  • Name(s) of the charterer/charterers
  • Charter category
  • Wet-lease, if relevant
  • Code-share, if relevant

 It is a condition for all non-Community air carriers intending to operate to/from Danish airports that the air carrier has been granted TCO (Third Country Operator) authorization from EASA.

Updated: 16.10.2018