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Finnair to Operate Flights to Bergen between 22 May and 29 September

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Finnair starts a route to Norway's second biggest city Bergen on 22 May 2009. The airline will fly to Bergen daily until 29 September 2009, except on Wednesdays and Sundays.

The main reason for the opening of a summer route to Bergen is high tourism demand from Asia, particularly from Japan, directed at Norway's renowned fjord area. There is also interest in the new route from America and the southern European countries, said Finnair's Vice President Route Strategy and Traffic Planning Petteri Kostermaa.

For Finns, too, the new route offers a fast and convenient way of reaching Norway's number one tourist destination.

Finnair flies to Oslo four times a day on weekdays and three times a day at the weekend.

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