Sunclass Airlines (DK, Copenhagen Kastrup) has taken delivery of its first A330-900, although the aircraft has yet to be inducted into service.

OY-VKO (msn 1981) was registered by the Danish leisure specialist in September and ferried in an all-white livery from Toulouse Blagnac to Shannon on September 16, 2022, Flightradar24 ADS-B data shows. The 1.7-year-old aircraft is on lease from Air Lease Corporation, and has yet to operate a single commercial flight. It was previously assigned to but not taken up by XL Airways France (Paris CDG) and Starlux Airlines (JX, Taipei Taoyuan).

Sunclass Airlines was rebranded from Thomas Cook Airlines Scandinavia following its acquisition by Norwegian and Swedish investors in 2019. The ch-aviation fleets module shows it operates nine A321-200s, one A330-200, and one A330-300 (which has been in maintenance at Abu Dhabi International since mid-August 2022). The carrier previously told ch-aviation that the A330-900 was for fleet growth rather than the replacement of any of the A330ceo. During the summer seasons, it will use all three widebodies on high-density short- and medium-haul European routes, while during the winters, the -200 and the -900 will also be used for long-haul flights to intercontinental destinations. The shorter-range -300 will serve as a backup for long-haul flights and be used on European routes.