Finnair will begin flying between Helsinki and Bergen and Tromsø in Norway on December 14th.
The routes can be operated by Norwegian regional airline Widerøe, and the flights are bought and marketed by Finnair.
“We’re happy to restart our companies to Bergen and Tromsø,” mentioned Ole Orvér, chief business officer at Finnair.
“Finnish travellers will get pleasure from direct flights to the Norwegian coast, identified for its breath-taking surroundings and best alternatives for exploring the attractive fjords.
“We’re additionally completely satisfied to have the ability to supply our prospects in Norway nice connections to Finnair’s community in Europe, Asia and the USA.”
In the course of the winter season till the top of March, flights from Bergen to Helsinki are operated on Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays.
In the summertime season from the start of April, Finnair will fly to Bergen each day.
The flight between Tromsø and Helsinki takes place on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.
The flights can be operated with DASH-8 Q400 plane.