Flying With Sun Air

Sun Air is a Danish Airline that functions as a subsidiary of British Airways and operates under its colours and branding. Sun Air offers flights to Scandinavia, Germany and the UK, as well as private charter services in the region. As part of the oneworld alliance, and under the umbrella of the global BA brand, this is an excellent airline to fly with, especially if you are keen on exploring northwestern Europe.

Why Fly With Sun Air Airlines?

Ways To Check-In

You can check in online through up to 24 hours before your flight leaves in the comfort of your own home, and you may also use their mobile phone app and check in on-the go. Remote check in services function for all flights except those fly to Stockholm. Alternatively you can check in at the airport at the counters. It is recommended that you leave around an hour or two to check in to your flight, as you will need enough time to check your luggage and pass through all the security checks.

Baggage Allowance & Fees

Passengers on Sun Air flights may take a small cabin bag with them on-board weighing up to 6kg. Please note that these can be gate-checked if they are deemed too bulky to fit in the cabin.

All flyers are given a checked bag allowance of one piece weighing under 23kg. 23-32kg will be deemed overweight and be charged a fee of 40GBP ($70). Any bag over the 32kg weight limit will not be permitted in the aircraft hold.

In-Flight Service

Sun Air will serve at least one meal appropriate to the time of day, and will include a beverage service. Passengers will also find daily newspapers on board to read for the duration of the flight.

The airline also offers assistance to any passengers that need it, such as disability assistance and fit-to-fly services.


If you check in online, and early enough, you will have your pick of seats on the aircraft.

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