Posted on: 22 March 2010 by Ross McSweeny
On 1 June, airBaltic will launch a new route from the Finnish city of Oulu to the Swedish capital of Stockholm.
“In February, airBaltic announced the largest airline expansion in Finland’s history, by unveiling seven new routes in a single day. Now we take a step forward, and add the fourth direct airBaltic flight from Oulu to strengthen our service in northern Finland,” remarked Tero Taskila, chief commercial officer of airBaltic. “The new Oulu–Stockholm route will add to the existing airBaltic’s services to Umea, Lulea, Vaasa, Turku, and encourage business and tourism in the Gulf of Bothnia region.”
The service will operate five times a week, with no weekend flights.