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The air company, Norwegian, continues its expansion and is planning 34 new routes to and from Scandinavia, five of which will affect us. Without being able to give more specific dates than March 2012, Norwegian will fly from Arlanda to Amsterdam, Krakow, Riga and Vaasa all year round and during the summer season to the holiday island of Corfu. From Gothenburg Landvetter Norwegian will fly to London Gatwick. There will be seven new routes from Copenhagen.

Flybe Nordic, jointly owned by the British low cost airline, Flybe and Finnair, will start flying the route from Stockholm Bromma to Copenhagen, with three flights on weekdays, one on Saturdays and two on Sundays. The company will be announcing more new routes from Bromma, writes Travel News.

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