Finnair’s service history began when, on March 20, 1924, a Junkers F13 D-335 seaplane transported 162 kilograms of mail from Katajanokka in Helsinki over the Baltic Sea to Tallinn in Estonia.

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Airberlin and Finnair are extending their existing codeshare cooperation by expanding it to markets in the Nordic countries, Estonia, Denmark and the Middle East.

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The national flag carrier of Estonia has ordered three Embraer 175s and one Embraer 190, and is taking four Embraer 170s and four additional Embraer 190s under a combination of lease agreements with Finnair and leasing companies.

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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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British carrier Flybe is to base three of its Bombardier Q400 aircraft at Helsinki from the end of October and operate them on Finnish domestic and trans-Baltic routes on behalf of Finnair.

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