Finnair seals Flybe deal on European routes
HELSINKI Oct 12 (Reuters) - Finland's struggling carrier Finnair said on Friday British low-cost airline Flybe will begin to operate one-third of its European routes from Oct 28.
The companies announced in May the plan that means Flybe will operate 12 Embraer 100-seat aircraft for Finnair.
Finnair also said it continues to review opportunities to offload more of its European traffic.
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