Finnair will  again take full control of its regional airline, Nordic Regional Airlines (Norra), in November after the transaction secured clearance from Finland’s competition authorities. This marks Norra’s third change of ownership in two years. The regional airline originally flew as Flybe Nordic, but UK-based regional operator Flybe exited the equity joint venture in 2015 in the face of mounting losses. Finnair took on Flybe’s 60% share as an interim measure, ...

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