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Finnair Plans Swedish Expansion

FINNAIR IS set to grow its presence in Sweden after extending its co-operation with Stockholm-based regional airline BRA. Starting in January, the Finnish flag carrier will boost weekly capacity on services between Helsinki and the Swedish capital’s city centre airport, Bromma, by 40% through increased frequencies of up to seven daily flights. The extra rotations, operated by a combination of Finnair (via a new morning and evening service, operating five and six days a week respectively) and BRA (with a new afternoon link each weekday), are in addition to the Finnish airline’s eight daily connections to nearby Arlanda. BRA CEO Christian Clemens commented: “Expanding our co-operation with Finnair benefits our customers, who now get even better connections to Europe and Asia. We have operated the Umeå-Helsinki route for Finnair since September 2016, and are now happy to expand our flying for Finnair with the new Bromma frequency.”

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In the January issue of Airliner World, we bid farewell to KLM’s Fokkers, ending a 97-year association between the Dutch flag carrier and the manufacturer, we examine how a partial privatisation could offer Pakistan International Airlines renewed hope for its future, and we go behind the scenes with launch customer Qatar Airways as it prepares to take delivery of its first Airbus A350-1000. Elsewhere in this edition, we find out Hebridean Air Services has forged a unique and highly valued link with the remote island communities it serves, we find out how Leipzig/Halle has transformed from sleepy backwater to major European cargo hub, and we hear how AeroLink Uganda is playing a quirky but important role in connecting its home market. We also shine the spotlight on Singapore Airlines’ new A380 cabin, and we bring you a selection of photos from NBAA 2017 and from Orly, Paris’ second airport. Lastly, we bring you our comprehensive coverage of worldwide news, including a full round-up from the Dubai Airshow, plus Embraer eyes an April debut for the E-Jet E2, ATR wins a major order from FedEx, Emirates takes delivery of its 100th Airbus A380, and Boeing delivers the first 737 MAX to China. We also have all our regular sections covering the latest commercial aircraft acquisitions, up-to-date accident reports and developments from the world of aviation training and MROs.

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