Sun-Air (EZ, Billund) has reduced its scheduled flights to one route between Billund and London City, accompanied by a shift to charter and ACMI business, according to ch-aviation research.

The British Airways franchise partner's booking platform has been narrowed to the above destinations, but no official statement has been posted on the website. The airline was not immediately available for comment.

According to the Danish travel news site Check-in, the airline recently cancelled routes to Manchester International (UK) and Gothenburg Landvetter (Sweden), citing reduced demand from business travellers, particularly for short trips within Europe. With the reduced network, Sun-Air is also cutting its workforce. Its services were tailored primarily to business travellers.

According to the ch-aviation fleets module, only four of Sun-Air's fleet of eleven Do328-300s are currently in service. According to ADS-B data, by July 9 they were still flying charters between Marseilles (France) and Munich Augsburg (Germany); Rome Fiumicino and Grosseto (Italy); Geneva (Switzerland) and Rome; Barcelona El Prat (Spain) and Sion (Switzerland); plus Angoulême and Paris Le Bourget (France).

Sun-Air also operates JoinJet, which specialises in VIP ad hoc charter flights and international aircraft sales and leasing. Sun-Air Technic, formed from the merger of ScanTech, acquired in 2014, with Sun-Air's existing workshops and warehouses, focuses on aircraft maintenance and technical services.