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Finnair opens new route with Sun-Air.


Finnish airline Finnair Plc said on Thursday (31 March) that it was opening a new route with the Danish airline Sun-Air between Helsinki, Finland, and Billund, Denmark.

The daily flights would be started on Monday 4 April 2005.

Sun-Air is a franchising company of British Airways, and therefore the route would be flown with BA colours and flight numbers of BA and AY.

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Date:Mar 31, 2005
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