Flynordic, the low-cost subsidiary of Finnair in Sweden, and Sterling, a low-cost carrier in Denmark, have signed a codeshare agreement. Under the deal, the two will share 11 destinations operating mainly from Stockholm and Copenhagen. Sterling, owned by Norwegian firms Bonheur and Ganger Rolf, has a similar deal in place with budget airline Norwegian Air Shuttle.

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