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DANISH TOURISTS WILL COME TO ST. THOMAS

Almost 200 of the 350 Danish tourists who arrived in St. Croix Sunday night on an inaugural charter flight from Denmark are expected to visit St. Thomas during their two-week stay in the islands.
The Danes spent more than nine hours on a DC-10 to get from Copenhagen to the Caribbean.
Many are expected to spend a week of their vacation on St. Thomas, according to the Daily News.
The nonstop flights, organized by Steen Digemose, a Dane who relocated to St. Croix about two months ago, have been two years in the planning. They are expected to run at least twice a month for seven months through October.
The flights could increase to once a week if the demand is there.

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