Norwegian boosts Helsinki flights

More flights to Oslo and Copenhagen, new route to Varna
From the start of July, passengers will be able to fly with Norwegian direct from Helsinki to Varna, Bulgaria, airport operator Finavia says.
The third-biggest city in Bulgaria, Varna is situated on the Black Sea coast. The carrier will fly the route once a week on Saturdays, starting from July 1.
Norwegian will also increase frequencies between Helsinki and both Oslo and Copenhagen, to 13 weekly flights to each city.
And Norwegian is continuing its direct flights from Helsinki to both Amsterdam in April and Pristina, Kosovo, in June. In total, Norwegian flies around 40 direct routes from Helsinki.
TTG Nordic


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