Norwegian regional carrier Widerøe has announced developments to its route network that take it to major airports outside Scandinavia. Traditionally, Widerøe has played a major role in maintaining communications between isolated Norwegian communities in the Nordic nation’s rugged landscape. It operates to some 40 points within the country, with the only current non-Scandinavian destination being Aberdeen in northeast Scotland. This is connected to Bergen, on ...

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