In 1995 Atlantic Airways took the first step towards establishing regular flights to the neighbouring country, Iceland, and started to fly in co-operation with Icelandair. In the summer Atlantic Airways also flies on behalf of Icelandair to Narsarsuaq in Greenland. Thus the connection to Greenland has also been improved. Since 1997 Atlantic Airways has also been flying to Aarhus and Billund in Denmark. In the summer of 1998 Atlantic Airways started regular flights to Aberdeen in Scotland and with Oslo in summer 2002 air connection to all the neighbouring countries was a reality. In 2007 Atlantic Airways is operating seven BAe RJ/146 aircraft, flying from the Faroe Islands to Copenhagen, Billund and Aalborg, to Aberdeen and London, to Stavanger and Oslo and to Reykjavík. From London to Shetland, from Reykjavík to Narsarrsuaq and numerous charter operations all over Europe.