The route network announced by Fincomm Airlines’ successor Flybe Nordic features a total of 24 regional routes offering a choice of up to 416 flights a week and includes all routes previously operated by Finncomm, together with the addition of nine new routes.

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The companies will create a new joint venture called Flybe Nordic AB, to be 60 per cent-owned by Flybe and 40 per cent-owned by Finnair, to own Finncomm Airlines. The intention of Finnair and Flybe is to develop the joint venture to become the leading regional airline for all the Nordic and Baltic countries.

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Finnair is adding two new destinations and is converting three leisure charter routes to scheduled services with its summer timetable, which begins on March 27.

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Finnair will launch daily service between Helsinki and Gdansk in Poland on March 27, 2011, with the flights to be operated by its regional-airline partner Finncomm Airlines.

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On behalf of Finnair, Finnish Commuter Airlines is re-launching the Helsinki-Stuttgart route previously dropped by the larger carrier. It will operate 10 flights a week on the route, using a Finnair flight number and 76-seat Embraer 170 jets acquired from Finnair.

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Finnish Lapland, which is 20 per cent larger in area than Belgium and the Netherlands combined but has only about two-thirds of one per cent of their total population, is the European Union’s largest wilderness. In this largely roadless region, Lapland’s six airports form a vital link to the rest of Finland and the world beyond.

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