New routes and services for Finnair subsidiary flynordic

Travel News Asia 16 November 2004

The Finnair Group subsidiary and Swedish low-cost airline flynordic is planning to launch new routes next spring. The plan is to open routes from Stockholm to Dublin, Berlin, Munich and Tallinn in March 2005. Additional route plans include launches from Gothenburg to Munich and Copenhagen to Tallinn.

"We have established our position in the Scandinavian travel market. Our concept is working very well and now is the time to launch new destinations outside Scandinavia," flynordic President Maunu von Lders says after the first year of operations.

flynordic already offers connections from Stockholm to Gothenburg, Lule and Ume as well as Copenhagen and Oslo.

flynordic is developing its service concept in cooperation with hotel booking services, travel insurance companies, car rental companies and taxi services, among others. As a part of its service expansion, flynordic will open a new web shop on November 17, 2004 at

"The web shop is one of the cornerstones of the low-cost airline concept. Our goal is not only to answer our customers' expectations but to surpass them. I am convinced that our expanded and improved service concept will please our current and new customers," von Lders said.

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