Low-cost airline Norwegian is restarting flights to Finland from 28 June.
According to the airline and the Finnish airport operator (Finavia), Norwegian will start flying directly from Helsinki airport to Oslo (Norway), Stockholm (Sweden), Oulu (Finland), Malaga, and Alicante (Spain).
More destinations will gradually be added to flight routes according to demand, the company says.
Norwegian expects that, as travel restrictions are starting to lift and vaccinations are becoming more common, travellers’ interests to travel via flying will increase.
"We are very happy to restart flights from Finland again, and welcome our Finnish customers aboard our flights. We have noticed the increase in our customers’ interests to fly again and we are gradually adding more destinations in Finland. Norwegian offers good service at a reasonable price and flexible ticket types to popular destinations in Europe," says CEO of Norwegian, Jacob Schram.