Norwegian to boost Kosovo, Croatia flights

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Norwegian Air Shuttle will grow the number of flights from its Finnish base in Helsinki to both Pristina and Croatia next year. The capacity increase means that services from Helsinki to Pristina, launched this past summer, will be increased from one to two flights per week, while operations to Pula will expand to up to three flights per week during the summer of 2018. Services to Dubrovnik will now operate four time per week. "The capacity increase means that Finnish travellers get even more choices next summer as the number of seats increased by 15%", Norwegian said in a statement.

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  1. Odlična vijest! Pula i Dubrovnik će imati puno koristi od ovih letova. Pula osobito, treba što više letova prema Istri koja je vodeća turistčka regija u Hrvatskoj.

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    1. Pula će imati izvrsnu 2018. godinu, uz još koju najavu!

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    2. Srećom je u blizini Istre aerodrom Trst pa on nadoknadi dio nedostatka letova do Pule.

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  2. Who flies from Helsinki to Pristina, just being curious ...

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    1. There is a big Kosovar diaspora in Finland.

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    2. Finnish military

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  3. Seems that Finnair has too little capacity to Croatia.

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    1. There is a chance to extend the to pre- and post-season as Finnish do not seek hot weather.

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  4. Bravo Hrvatska!

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  5. They are also boosting the flights between Oslo and Pristina with an extra flight a week year round, and up to 4 times weekly during the summer months. A lot of Norwegians are traveling for vacation in Pristina, combining it with travels to Macedonia, Albania and Montenegro. Interestingly, Norwegian is increasing it presens in the Balkan market by starting flights between Oslo and Tirana during the summer months.

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