Posted on: 21 April 2015 by Ross McSweeny
With Flybe UK no longer owning any part of Flybe Finland, the latter is to change its name in May and become Nordic Airways Airlines, once approval is given by the Trade Register.
"The new name reflects our company's core business – regional flying. Our goal is to continue to be a high-quality and skilled Nordic airline to offer excellent service to their customers,” explained the company's CEO Maunu Visuri.
The company’s new look will be revealed in early summer, and the transformation will be implemented in stages through the rest of 2015.
Flybe Finland's parent company Flybe Nordic was temporarily acquired by Finnair when Flybe UK sold its stake to Finnair on 31 March. Finnair, StaffPoint and G.W. Sohlberg are continuing negotiations to establish final ownership of the company.