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Nyxair replaces Finnair

After Finnair stops flying to Kokkola-Jakobstad Airport, the airline Nyxair OÜ will take over the Kronoby-Kemi-Helsinki trinagel route this spring.

Finnair announced last year that it was terminating all flights to and from Kokkola-Jakobstad Airport.
The Finnish Government announced that air traffic would be subsidized for 2021 and the Finnish Transport and Communications Agency Traficom issued an invitation to competitively tender the included routes.

The competitive tender for the Kokkola-Kemi-Helsinki triangle route was won by NyxAir OÜ, an Estonia-based ACMI (Aircraft, Crew, Maintenance, Insurance) company.

The flights will start this spring

Due to the current corona pandemic and its limitations, traffic will most likely not start on 19 April.
The Finnish Transport and Communications Agency will in coming weeks inform when traffic can start.

Finnair will stop flying in April

Finnair has announced that it will stop flying to and from Kokkola-Jakobstad Airport on April 18, 2021.

More information

Watch this website for more information in the coming weeks.

Visit the Nyxair OÜ website at the link below:

Nyxair OÜ (in English)