IL 30 September 2015: A new airline in Finland – operates from Malmi

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The new-generation quiet and economical Pilatus PC-12 NG. Photo: Go! Aviation

Go! Aviation Ltd will commence flying scheduled routes from Helsinki-Malmi Airport in the beginning of next year with a fleet of three single-engine passenger aircraft.

The company will use Swiss-made Pilatus PC-12 NG aircraft. They can carry eight passengers with 30 kg of luggage each.

The first routes of Go! Aviation Ltd will be Helsinki-Kuopio, Helsinki-Vaasa and Helsinki-Tallinn. The routes are flown in the morning and in the evening on weekdays. In addition to the aircraft flying the routes, the company has one aircraft reserved for charter flights.

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Misconception 16: The operations of Malmi Airport cannot be developed at the present location.
Misconception 17: The services of Helsinki-Vantaa will suffice for the capital region even in the future.