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Nordic Aviation Part 5

Posted: Wed Feb 15, 2017 7:53 pm
by SQ22
Please continue your discussion and to post your updates here.

Link to old thread:

viewtopic.php?f=3&t=1343667

Re: Nordic Aviation Part 5

Posted: Wed Feb 15, 2017 8:56 pm
by B747forever
Does anyone have the JAN17 numbers for OSL and CPH?

Here are the numbers for HEL, ARN and KEF from the old thread:

HEL (by FIX)
Domestic: 249 095 +13.1%
International: 1 096 406 +8.6%
Total: 1 345 501 +9.4%

Stockholm Arlanda (by SK4007)
Total: 1,799,925 (+12%)
Domestic: 392,300 (+9%)
International: 1,407,625 (+13)

KEF (by mjoelnir)
January 2017. 493,831 passengers, a 70 % increase over January 2016.

Re: Nordic Aviation Part 5

Posted: Thu Feb 16, 2017 12:12 am
by FIX
B747forever wrote:
Does anyone have the JAN17 numbers for OSL and CPH?

Here are JAN17 numbers for OSL and CPH:

OSL
Domestic: 836 509 +6,4%
International: 1 000 476 +15,1%
Total: 1 836 985 +10,9%

Source (Avinor):
https://avinor.no/konsern/flyplass/oslo ... statistikk

CPH
Domestic: 129 168 +7,3%
Intercontinental: 272 153 +5,5%
Europe: 1 579 931 +5,4%
Total: 1 981 252 +5,6%
(International: 1 852 084 +5,4%)

International = Intercontinental + Europe

Source (CPH):
https://www.cph.dk/en/about-cph/investo ... n-airport/

Re: Nordic Aviation Part 5

Posted: Thu Feb 16, 2017 6:37 pm
by Someone83
Rusline is starting 2x weekly LED-BGO from June 1, and is expanding LED-OSL from 4x to 5x weekly. All with CRJ-200

Re: Nordic Aviation Part 5

Posted: Thu Feb 16, 2017 6:54 pm
by OslPhlWasChi
Someone83 wrote:
Rusline is starting 2x weekly LED-BGO from June 1, and is expanding LED-OSL from 4x to 5x weekly. All with CRJ-200


Awesome!
Source? Have they served BGO in the past?

Re: Nordic Aviation Part 5

Posted: Thu Feb 16, 2017 7:50 pm
by Joelatbsl
Last KHL charter for the regular season at HEL over night. The Yamal A320 will leave tomorrow towards Minsk:

http://footballcharters.blogspot.com/20 ... -2017.html

Re: Nordic Aviation Part 5

Posted: Thu Feb 16, 2017 7:53 pm
by Someone83
OslPhlWasChi wrote:
Someone83 wrote:
Rusline is starting 2x weekly LED-BGO from June 1, and is expanding LED-OSL from 4x to 5x weekly. All with CRJ-200


Awesome!
Source? Have they served BGO in the past?


Tickets are on sale on their website.

It is their first flights to BGO

Re: Nordic Aviation Part 5

Posted: Thu Feb 16, 2017 10:00 pm
by B747forever
FIX wrote:
B747forever wrote:
Does anyone have the JAN17 numbers for OSL and CPH?

Here are JAN17 numbers for OSL and CPH:

OSL
Domestic: 836 509 +6,4%
International: 1 000 476 +15,1%
Total: 1 836 985 +10,9%

Source (Avinor):
https://avinor.no/konsern/flyplass/oslo ... statistikk

CPH
Domestic: 129 168 +7,3%
Intercontinental: 272 153 +5,5%
Europe: 1 579 931 +5,4%
Total: 1 981 252 +5,6%
(International: 1 852 084 +5,4%)

International = Intercontinental + Europe

Source (CPH):
https://www.cph.dk/en/about-cph/investo ... n-airport/


Thanks FIX. Always interesting to compare the monthly PAX numbers among the Nordic airports.

Re: Nordic Aviation Part 5

Posted: Fri Feb 17, 2017 9:04 am
by sailas
Since when has AY decided to get rid of their A319? Is this true? According to our all reliable wikipedia they are to be replaced by a321s. It seems strange AY doesn't want to replace the A319s with something of similar size. What will happen to the a320s? Neo coming sometime soon to the AY fleet?

Re: Nordic Aviation Part 5

Posted: Fri Feb 17, 2017 10:17 am
by florens
FI to get Scimitar Blended Winglets on their 757:

http://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/ ... d-winglets

Re: Nordic Aviation Part 5

Posted: Fri Feb 17, 2017 10:26 am
by oslmgm

Re: Nordic Aviation Part 5

Posted: Fri Feb 17, 2017 11:32 am
by M564038
Only embarrasing thing about that tweet was deleting it. That is making a statement!

Re: Nordic Aviation Part 5

Posted: Fri Feb 17, 2017 1:19 pm
by lesfalls
M564038 wrote:
Only embarrasing thing about that tweet was deleting it. That is making a statement!

Sounds like a trump quote :)

Re: Nordic Aviation Part 5

Posted: Fri Feb 17, 2017 5:33 pm
by mjoelnir
florens wrote:
FI to get Scimitar Blended Winglets on their 757:

http://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/ ... d-winglets


Old news, the conversions have already started, The 767-300ER are getting them too.

Re: Nordic Aviation Part 5

Posted: Fri Feb 17, 2017 6:58 pm
by HELyes
sailas wrote:
Since when has AY decided to get rid of their A319? Is this true? According to our all reliable wikipedia they are to be replaced by a321s. It seems strange AY doesn't want to replace the A319s with something of similar size. What will happen to the a320s? Neo coming sometime soon to the AY fleet?


This year Finnair will receive seven new A321s and some of the A319s will leave the fleet. Their new short haul strategy will be released later this spring, they need more SH capacity to serve the growing A350 fleet.

Re: Nordic Aviation Part 5

Posted: Fri Feb 17, 2017 11:19 pm
by B747forever
Does anyone know why there is a AY A340 at MLA?

Re: Nordic Aviation Part 5

Posted: Fri Feb 17, 2017 11:59 pm
by HELyes
B747forever wrote:
Does anyone know why there is a AY A340 at MLA?


No more A340s in AY's fleet, that one is on the way to Air Belgium perhaps?

Re: Nordic Aviation Part 5

Posted: Sat Feb 18, 2017 9:34 am
by ilari
Now it's official, Go!Aviation will not start operations, bankrupted yesterday. (Feb 17)

Re: Nordic Aviation Part 5

Posted: Sat Feb 18, 2017 10:54 am
by B747forever
HELyes wrote:
B747forever wrote:
Does anyone know why there is a AY A340 at MLA?


No more A340s in AY's fleet, that one is on the way to Air Belgium perhaps?


Was surprised to see it when on final approach into MLA yesterday evening. It was parked by some hangars. It was in full AY colors, so if it is changing owners they haven't repainted it yet.

Re: Nordic Aviation Part 5

Posted: Sat Feb 18, 2017 11:58 am
by sailas
HELyes wrote:
sailas wrote:
Since when has AY decided to get rid of their A319? Is this true? According to our all reliable wikipedia they are to be replaced by a321s. It seems strange AY doesn't want to replace the A319s with something of similar size. What will happen to the a320s? Neo coming sometime soon to the AY fleet?


This year Finnair will receive seven new A321s and some of the A319s will leave the fleet. Their new short haul strategy will be released later this spring, they need more SH capacity to serve the growing A350 fleet.


Im eagirly awaiting for that report.

Re: Nordic Aviation Part 5

Posted: Mon Feb 20, 2017 7:59 am
by Someone83
21 737-600s left in the SAS fleet after LN-RPY is being sent to the for scrap today

Boeing 737 -683 28292 116 LN-RPY SAS ferried 20feb17 OSL-BGR-VCV for part-out ex SE-DNO

Re: Nordic Aviation Part 5

Posted: Mon Feb 20, 2017 11:41 am
by FIX
News from Finnair!

Finnair outlines High-Density A350-900 operational routes

Finnair in recent schedule update has filed 2nd configuration set for its Airbus A350-900XWB aircraft, which sees reduced seat counts for Business Class, compared to existing J46Y251 configuration. The 2nd A350 configuration is J32Y304, currently scheduled to serve following routes.

eff 04JUN17 Helsinki – Bangkok AY089/090 (flight number changes to AY141/142 from 29OCT17)
eff 05JUL17 Helsinki – Seoul Incheon
eff 01OCT17 Helsinki – Beijing (until 28OCT17)

Source:
http://www.routesonline.com/news/38/air ... al-routes/

Finnair expands Russia service from April 2017

Finnair in summer 2017 plans to expand service to Russia, as the airline introduces additional daily service to Moscow Sheremetyevo and St. Petersburg. Planned schedule from April 2017 includes the following.

eff 10APR17 Helsinki – Moscow Sheremetyevo Increase from 1 to 2 daily
AY153 HEL0925 – 1105SVO E90 D
AY155 HEL1740 – 1920SVO E90 D

AY154 SVO1150 – 1330HEL E90 D
AY156 SVO2030 – 2215HEL E90 D

eff 23APR17 Helsinki – St. Petersburg Increase from 14 to 20 weekly
AY165 HEL1015 – 1125LED AT7 D
AY169 HEL1755 – 1905LED AT7 D
AY167 HEL2355 – 0105+1LED AT7 x6

AY168 LED0545 – 0655HEL AT7 x7
AY166 LED1200 – 1310HEL AT7 D
AY170 LED1940 – 2050HEL AT7 D

Source:
http://www.routesonline.com/news/38/air ... pril-2017/

Finnair adds Murmansk charter flights in S17

Finnair in summer 2017 season plans to offer Helsinki – Murmansk flight, operating as scheduled charter, with a mix of ATR72 and A319 aircraft. Reservation is not open to individual travellers.

Planned schedule from 13MAY17 to 30SEP17 as follow.

AY7601 HEL0715 – 1000MMK AT7 6
AY7602 MMK1140 – 1415HEL AT7 6

From 27MAY17 to 24JUN17, service operates with Airbus A319 with revised schedule:
AY7601 HEL0815 – 1000MMK 319 6
AY7602 MMK1140 – 1325HEL 319 6

Extra service also scheduled on 10JUL17 / 21JUL17 / 01AUG17 / 12AUG17 with A319:
AY7605 HEL1015 – 1200MMK 319
AY7606 MMK1330 – 1510HEL 319

Source:
http://www.routesonline.com/news/38/air ... ts-in-s17/

Re: Nordic Aviation Part 5

Posted: Mon Feb 20, 2017 1:37 pm
by Joelatbsl
The KHL playoff starts tomorrow, with Jokerit away at CSKA Moscow. For once the Finnair A319 they use for those flights has returned back to base instead of staying on tour with the team:

http://footballcharters.blogspot.com/20 ... -2017.html

Re: Nordic Aviation Part 5

Posted: Mon Feb 20, 2017 2:53 pm
by lesfalls
D8 is staring ALC-KEF effective June 5th 2x weekly:

http://www.routesonline.com/news/38/air ... an-routes/

Re: Nordic Aviation Part 5

Posted: Mon Feb 20, 2017 3:00 pm
by kelvin933
lesfalls wrote:
D8 is staring ALC-KEF effective June 5th 2x weekly:

http://www.routesonline.com/news/38/air ... an-routes/

The timing of these flights is horrible arriving in ALC from KEF after 0200 in the morning

Re: Nordic Aviation Part 5

Posted: Wed Feb 22, 2017 11:24 am
by Someone83
MSN7489, the next A320neo for SAS and coming SE-DOX has got its engines and is havings its first test flight at TLS today

--

Norwegian in launching 3 new routes from ARN this summer: DUB, LIS and ZAG, all 2x weekly

In addition frequencies is expanded on several routes, mainly to holiday destination in Southern Europe: MXP, RAK, TFS, CPH, ALC, LCA, OLB, CHQ, SXF, RHO, CTA and PMI

http://media.norwegian.com/se/#/pressre ... er-1820043

Re: Nordic Aviation Part 5

Posted: Wed Feb 22, 2017 2:44 pm
by yoplait
Why does the Norwegian wikipedia page only show 30 Airbus aircraft on order. There was 100 wasnt there?

Re: Nordic Aviation Part 5

Posted: Wed Feb 22, 2017 2:47 pm
by Someone83
yoplait wrote:
Why does the Norwegian wikipedia page only show 30 Airbus aircraft on order. There was 100 wasnt there?


100 is the full number ordered by the group which will be delivered to Arctic Aviation Assets. I.e their leasing and aircraft owning company. Of these 100, 30 (all A321neos (LR)) will be delivered and operated by Norwegian

Re: Nordic Aviation Part 5

Posted: Wed Feb 22, 2017 5:23 pm
by lesfalls
DY/D8 is increasing the amount of frequencies on certain routes between LGW and Scandinavia for summer 2017:
LGW-OSL- 4 new weekly frequencies
LGW-AAL 1 new weekly frequency
LGW-SVG 2 new weekly frequencies

http://media.norwegian.com/uk/#/pressre ... ay-1818943

Re: Nordic Aviation Part 5

Posted: Wed Feb 22, 2017 6:27 pm
by Someone83
lesfalls wrote:
LGW-OSL- 4 new weekly frequencies


AFAIK this is not really true, and is a PR spin when comparing S16 vs S17, when they claim they increase LGW-OSL from 20x to 24x weekly.
Last summer Norwegian operated up to 4x daily OSL-LGW, not sure if it was fully 28x weekly or a little less. When Ryanair starter STN-OSL (3x daily) in November, Norwegian reduced LGW-OSL to 3x daily (or 20x weekly). So this "increase" is not vs last year capacity. Just their W16/17

Re: Nordic Aviation Part 5

Posted: Wed Feb 22, 2017 6:54 pm
by Joelatbsl
As for Jokerit's flight home after the first two games of the series vs. CSKA Moscow, here we go:

http://footballcharters.blogspot.com/20 ... -2017.html

No sign of CSKA's ride to HEL yet ...

Re: Nordic Aviation Part 5

Posted: Wed Feb 22, 2017 11:30 pm
by cityairline
Someone83 wrote:
MSN7489, the next A320neo for SAS and coming SE-DOX has got its engines and is havings its first test flight at TLS today

--

Norwegian in launching 3 new routes from ARN this summer: DUB, LIS and ZAG, all 2x weekly

In addition frequencies is expanded on several routes, mainly to holiday destination in Southern Europe: MXP, RAK, TFS, CPH, ALC, LCA, OLB, CHQ, SXF, RHO, CTA and PMI

http://media.norwegian.com/se/#/pressre ... er-1820043

Add GOT-SPU to that, also 2 weekly!

Re: Nordic Aviation Part 5

Posted: Fri Feb 24, 2017 9:15 am
by Someone83
Wizz to start RIX-KEF

http://www.routesonline.com/news/38/air ... june-2017/
Riga – Reykjavik Keflavik
W62597 RIX1955 – 2100KEF 320 37
W62598 KEF2135 – 0420RIX 320 37


And as part of an increase on their Spanish bases, Norwegian in increasing several flights between Spain and Scandinavia

http://www.routesonline.com/news/38/air ... ts-in-s17/

Re: Nordic Aviation Part 5

Posted: Fri Feb 24, 2017 12:25 pm
by mjoelnir
Someone83 wrote:
Wizz to start RIX-KEF

http://www.routesonline.com/news/38/air ... june-2017/
Riga – Reykjavik Keflavik
W62597 RIX1955 – 2100KEF 320 37
W62598 KEF2135 – 0420RIX 320 37


And as part of an increase on their Spanish bases, Norwegian in increasing several flights between Spain and Scandinavia

http://www.routesonline.com/news/38/air ... ts-in-s17/


Remember the title of the thread, Scandinavia only includes Denmark, Norway and Sweden.

Re: Nordic Aviation Part 5

Posted: Fri Feb 24, 2017 12:28 pm
by Someone83
mjoelnir wrote:
Remember the title of the thread, Scandinavia only includes Denmark, Norway and Sweden.


Last time I checked the title is now: Nordic Aviation Part 5 :wave:

Re: Nordic Aviation Part 5

Posted: Fri Feb 24, 2017 1:51 pm
by Someone83
Finnair has taken delivery of their 12th A321. Leased from BOC

Airbus A321 -231 7552 OH-LZM Finnair delivery 23feb17 XFW-HEL ex D-AVXV

Re: Nordic Aviation Part 5

Posted: Fri Feb 24, 2017 6:12 pm
by mjoelnir
Someone83 wrote:
mjoelnir wrote:
Remember the title of the thread, Scandinavia only includes Denmark, Norway and Sweden.


Last time I checked the title is now: Nordic Aviation Part 5 :wave:


But you used Scandinavia in your post, did you mean to restrict your comment to Scandinavia?

Re: Nordic Aviation Part 5

Posted: Fri Feb 24, 2017 7:56 pm
by oslmgm
mjoelnir wrote:
Someone83 wrote:
mjoelnir wrote:
Remember the title of the thread, Scandinavia only includes Denmark, Norway and Sweden.


Last time I checked the title is now: Nordic Aviation Part 5 :wave:


But you used Scandinavia in your post, did you mean to restrict your comment to Scandinavia?

I see what you mean: Palma Mallorca – Helsinki is also mentioned in that link. I'd call it nitpicking. ;)

Re: Nordic Aviation Part 5

Posted: Sat Feb 25, 2017 6:19 am
by Someone83
oslmgm wrote:
mjoelnir wrote:
Someone83 wrote:

Last time I checked the title is now: Nordic Aviation Part 5 :wave:


But you used Scandinavia in your post, did you mean to restrict your comment to Scandinavia?

I see what you mean: Palma Mallorca – Helsinki is also mentioned in that link. I'd call it nitpicking. ;)


Yes, didn't noticed PMI-HEL when I read it the first time

Re: Nordic Aviation Part 5

Posted: Mon Feb 27, 2017 11:37 am
by Someone83
Norwegian will transfer OSL-EDI to their new EDI-base from Oct 29. At the same time frequencies will increase from 3x to 4x weekly, and as EDI is a 737-8MAX base, it will be operated be these aircraft.

D81640 EDI1125 – 1410OSL 7M8 x246
D81641 OSL1450 – 1540EDI 7M8 x246

Re: Nordic Aviation Part 5

Posted: Mon Feb 27, 2017 5:26 pm
by JetBuddy
From the Bombardier CSeries thread:

viewtopic.php?f=3&t=574685&start=1400

Paolo92 wrote:
Malmö Aviation (now BRA - Braathens Regional Aviation) has frozen the contract for its CSeries aircraft, according to Swedish newspaper SvD.
This is due to a new climate tax that will see 80SEK (8.5EUR / 9 USD) levied on every national flight, 280SEK (29.4EUR / 31USD) on international flights and 430SEK (45EUR / 47.7USD) on intercontinental flights.
source in Swedish: Swedish government's aviation tax gets companies to freeze giant contracts


This tax seems to be on par with the one introduced in Norway, except for the international and intercontinental flights. How is this going to affect SAS? Will we see more long haul routes being moved from ARN to CPH or OSL? 430SEK tax on intercontinental flights is extremely hostile to air travel.

Re: Nordic Aviation Part 5

Posted: Mon Feb 27, 2017 6:16 pm
by Bostrom
JetBuddy wrote:

This tax seems to be on par with the one introduced in Norway, except for the international and intercontinental flights. How is this going to affect SAS? Will we see more long haul routes being moved from ARN to CPH or OSL? 430SEK tax on intercontinental flights is extremely hostile to air travel.


I presume CPH will be happy. But keep in mind that it so far is only a proposed tax.

Re: Nordic Aviation Part 5

Posted: Mon Feb 27, 2017 6:30 pm
by JetBuddy
Bostrom wrote:
JetBuddy wrote:

This tax seems to be on par with the one introduced in Norway, except for the international and intercontinental flights. How is this going to affect SAS? Will we see more long haul routes being moved from ARN to CPH or OSL? 430SEK tax on intercontinental flights is extremely hostile to air travel.


I presume CPH will be happy. But keep in mind that it so far is only a proposed tax.


I'm glad to hear it's only a proposal, but still very bad news for the air travel industry if implemented. A nearly 50USD tax on intercontinental routes is huge, and would be a severe disadvantage for ARN against CPH/OSL/HEL.

Re: Nordic Aviation Part 5

Posted: Mon Feb 27, 2017 6:51 pm
by Bostrom
JetBuddy wrote:
I'm glad to hear it's only a proposal, but still very bad news for the air travel industry if implemented. A nearly 50USD tax on intercontinental routes is huge, and would be a severe disadvantage for ARN against CPH/OSL/HEL.


The tax has been proposed by the government, but I'm not sure how great their chances are on getting the parliament to pass it. The government (Social democrats + Green party) only has 138 out of 349 seats in the parliament. The Left party are likely to support the government, and the four Alliance parties (Moderate party, Centre party, Liberals and Christian Democrats) will probably oppose the tax. So it probably boils down to the Sweden democrats.

Re: Nordic Aviation Part 5

Posted: Tue Feb 28, 2017 1:50 am
by JetBuddy
Bostrom wrote:
JetBuddy wrote:
I'm glad to hear it's only a proposal, but still very bad news for the air travel industry if implemented. A nearly 50USD tax on intercontinental routes is huge, and would be a severe disadvantage for ARN against CPH/OSL/HEL.


The tax has been proposed by the government, but I'm not sure how great their chances are on getting the parliament to pass it. The government (Social democrats + Green party) only has 138 out of 349 seats in the parliament. The Left party are likely to support the government, and the four Alliance parties (Moderate party, Centre party, Liberals and Christian Democrats) will probably oppose the tax. So it probably boils down to the Sweden democrats.


The Sweden Democrats are a fairly protectionistic party, right? Anti-EU, anti-immigration - but varying between the Moderates and Social Democrats regarding the rest of their political agenda? I doubt they'll vote for this tax. I hope it doesn't pass the parliament, I'd love to see those C-Series here in Scandinavia.

Re: Nordic Aviation Part 5

Posted: Tue Feb 28, 2017 12:16 pm
by FIX
Finnair increases Berlin service from April 2017

Finnair in summer 2017 season plans to increase Helsinki – Berlin Tegel route, with the addition of 3rd daily flight. The new flight will commence on 10APR17, departing Helsinki near noon hours.

This route is served by Airbus A319/320/321 as well as Embraer E190 and ATR72 aircraft.

AY911 HEL0750 – 0845TXL EQV D
AY913 HEL1130 – 1225TXL EQV D
AY917 HEL1700 – 1755TXL EQV D

AY914 TXL0935 – 1225HEL EQV 6
AY914 TXL0950 – 1240HEL EQV x6
AY912 TXL1315 – 1605HEL EQV D
AY918 TXL1910 – 2200HEL EQV D

Source:
http://www.routesonline.com/news/38/air ... pril-2017/

Finnair boosts Copenhagen flights June - August 2017

Finnair during summer peak season plans to expand Helsinki – Copenhagen route, from 18JUN17 to 12AUG17. During this period, up to 6 daily flights will be added (7 daily on Mondays, 4 daily on Saturdays), operating as AY669/670. Planned schedule as follow.

AY669 HEL1635 – 1715CPH 319 x6
AY669 HEL1635 – 1715CPH 321 6

AY670 CPH1805 – 2035HEL 319 x6
AY670 CPH1805 – 2035HEL 321 6

Source:
http://www.routesonline.com/news/38/air ... gust-2017/

Finnair plans A350 Osaka service from July 2017

Finnair in last week’s schedule update filed planned Airbus A350-900XWB operation for Helsinki – Osaka Kansai route, scheduled in the second-half of summer 2017 season. The low-density A350 configuration (J46Y251) will serve this route from 10JUL17 to 27OCT17 (HEL departure), replacing A330-300.

AY077 HEL1725 – 0855+1KIX 359 D
AY078 KIX1045 – 1455HEL 359 D

Source:
http://www.routesonline.com/news/38/air ... july-2017/

Re: Nordic Aviation Part 5

Posted: Tue Feb 28, 2017 12:44 pm
by Bostrom
JetBuddy wrote:
The Sweden Democrats are a fairly protectionistic party, right? Anti-EU, anti-immigration - but varying between the Moderates and Social Democrats regarding the rest of their political agenda? I doubt they'll vote for this tax. I hope it doesn't pass the parliament, I'd love to see those C-Series here in Scandinavia.


More populist than protectionist I would say. But yes, nationalist, anti-EU, anti-immigration, anti-foreigners (non-nordic foreigners at least) in general. But they can be a bit hard to predict. However, in general they are more to the left on social issues, and more to the right on economic issues. So if I were to bet on in, I would say that SD will probably be against the tax.

Re: Nordic Aviation Part 5

Posted: Tue Feb 28, 2017 6:16 pm
by yoplait
Croatia Airlines will open service to OSL, ARN, and HEL in June 2017.

Source:
http://www.total-croatia-news.com/trave ... candinavia
https://www.total-croatia-news.com/trav ... d-helsinki

Re: Nordic Aviation Part 5

Posted: Wed Mar 01, 2017 9:02 am
by mjoelnir
Icelandair's fourth 767-300ER has arrived in KEF to start flying commercial for FI on Thursday.

In Icelandic: http://www.mbl.is/frettir/innlent/2017/ ... tan_maett/

Re: Nordic Aviation Part 5

Posted: Fri Mar 03, 2017 9:08 am
by mjoelnir
27 airlines fly to 78 destinations this summer from KEF. KEF expects 8.75 million passengers in 2017.

http://www.mbl.is/frettir/innlent/2017/ ... angastada/