Atlantic Airways has been named the Best Charter Company at the Danish Travel Awards 2018, which took place last night in Copenhagen, reports Standby.dk.
The national airline of the Faroe Islands won the prestigious award ahead of Thomas Cook Airlines and SAS (Thomas Cook Airlines).
This year’s Danish Travel Award winners 2018:
Best Car Rental Company: Hertz ahead of Sixt and Europcar
Best Passenger Line (with traffic to and from Denmark): Fjord Line ahead of Bornholmerfærgen and DFDS (BornholmerFærgen)
Best Cruise Line: Celebrity Cruises ahead of Royal Caribbean International and Hurtigruten (MSC Cruises)
Best Charter Company: Atlantic Airways ahead of Thomas Cook Airlines and SAS (Thomas Cook Airlines)
Best European Airline: KLM ahead of Lufthansa og British Airways (Sun-Air)
Best Overseas Airline: Emirates ahead of Singapore Airlines and KLM (Singapore Airlines)
Best Domestic Airline: Danish Air Transport ahead of Norwegian and SAS (Alsie Express)
Best Charter Organizer: Århus Charter ahead of Primo Tours and FolkeFerie.dk (Atlantis Rejser)
Best Travel Agency: Albatros Travel ahead of Gislev Rejser and Vitus Rejser (Stjernegaard Rejser)
Best Business Travel Agency: Mangaard Travel Group ahead of HRG Nordic and CWT (Travellink Corporate)
Best Hotel in Copenhagen and surroundings: AC Hotel Bella Sky ahead of Tivoli Hotel & Congress Center and Copenhagen Admiral Hotel (Copenhagen Marriott Hotel)
Best Hotel Outside the Capital: Hotel Koldingfjord ahead of Hindsgavl Slot and Hotel Marienlyst (Hotel Hesselet)
Best Luxury Hotel: Comwell Kongebrogaarden ahead of Falsled Kro and Dragsholm Slot
Best Hotel Chain in Denmark: Arp-Hansen Hotel Group ahead of Radisson Hotel Group, Small Danish Hotels, Scandic Hotels and Sinatur Hotel & Konference.
Best Travel Country Inside Europe: Portugal ahead of Iceland and Spain (Portugal)
Best Travel Country Outside Europe: Canada ahead of Australia and Thailand (USA)
Upcoming Destination: Vietnam ahead of Canada and Portugal
Best Tourist Office in Denmark: Spain ahead of Germany and the UK (Austria)