For Finnair, Widerøe will operate several Helsinki-Norway flights.

18.11.21

For Finnair, Widerøe will operate several Helsinki-Norway flights.

Widerøe, Norway's largest regional airline, will operate flights from Finland to Norway on behalf of Finnair starting next month. In a statement released today, the Finnish airline said that from 14 December, Widerøe will fly between Helsinki Vantaa Airport (HEL) and Bergen Fresland (BGO) and Tromso (TOS) in Norway. Announced to fly.

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Widerøe operates flights on DASH 8Q400 turboprop aircraft from Habiland, Canada. The flights are sold and sold by Finnair and are based on Finnair's dual class service concept.
Norwegians can transfer to Finnair flights from Helsinki
Talking about Widerøe in the Finnair Declaration, Finnair's Chief Commercial Officer Ole Orvér said: Finnish travelers enjoy direct flights to the Norwegian coast, known for their breathtaking views and ideal opportunities to explore the beautiful fjords. We are also pleased to provide our Norwegian customers with excellent connectivity to our Finnair networks in Europe, Asia and the United States.
In the winter season, which lasts until the end of March, flights from Bergen to Helsinki are Wednesday, Friday and Sunday. Starting in April, Finnair will offer daily flights from the Finnish capital to the city of Bergen in southwestern Norway for the summer season.
Tromso Airport (TOS) to Helsinki Vantaa Airport (HEL) will be held on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays and can now be booked on Finnair.com.
Founded in 1934 by renowned Norwegian aviator Viggo Widerøe, the airline is now the largest regional airline in Scandinavia. Widerøe has 2,500 employees, 450 takeoffs and landings daily, and more than 40 domestic and international flights. According to Chavation, Wideroe has 44 aircraft, including:
20x Canada Dehabiland Aircraft DHC8100s
3x Canada Dehabiland Aircraft DHC8Q100s
3x Canada Dehabiland Aircraft DHC8Q200s
4x Dehabiland Aircraft Canada DHC8Q300s
10x Canada Dehabiland Aircraft DHC8Q400s
10x Canada Dehabiland Aircraft DHC8Q400s
3 x Embraer It accounts for almost half of all flights, and the rest are point-to-point flights used by larger airlines. Widerøe is based at the following Norwegian airports.
Bodo Airport (BOO)
Oslo Airport (OSL)
Bergen Fresland Airport (BGO)
Tromsø Airport (TOS)
TORP Sandefjord Airport (TRF)
Airport (HEL) Residential Airlines Preparing to reopen Asia From March 27, 2021, we plan to fly to over 100 destinations in Asia, the United States and Europe. Finnair will also introduce new long haul routes to Busan, South Korea, Haneda, Tokyo and Dallas / Fort Worth. Finnair is also the first in history to offer a summer flight to Sapporo, Japan.
Regarding Finnair's summer destination, Finnair's Chief Commercial Officer, Ole Orvér, said:
"We look forward to the world reopening. Before the pandemic, Japan was the largest single market outside Finland's domestic market. We look forward to returning to all five destinations in Japan. I am doing it. It also demonstrates its ongoing efforts to open a new route to Busan, South Korea, and provide the best and most sustainable connections between Europe and Asia through the Helsinki hub. "

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