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From December it will be operating certain flights on larger Airbus A319 and A320 aircraft to Helsinki Vantaa Airport, which connects to five additional Lapland airports.
After the Helsinki debut, the self-driving bus trials have continued in the Finnish cities of Espoo and Tampere, to resume in Helsinki for July-August 2017, when the buses will shuttle passengers on Helsinki's Mustikkamaa recreational island to Helsinki Zoo.
1986--1989, Inarilappisches Worterbuch I-III, Helsinki (LSFU XX).
Finnair and Finavia are highlighting the benefits of Helsinki Airport as the airport for fast transfers between East and West by arranging a unique event from October 12 to 13 aACAo A Match made in HEL skateboarding invitational aACAo that turns the airport into a uniquely challenging skatersaACAO playground.
VISIT Helsinki was established as a trading town by King Gustav I of Sweden in 1550 as the town of Helsingfors, its Swedish name is still in some use.
The programme will be complemented by the versatile exhibition offering of the surrounding museums, and the numerous activities at Design District Helsinki
A Guggenheim Museum in Helsinki would benefit the whole Finnish museum and arts field," Helsinki mayor Jussi Pajunen said during the handover ceremony.
On 12 December only the afternoon Allegro service from Helsinki will be operated.
The Seoul service will be operated on Wednesdays and Sundays from Helsinki, with return flights on Mondays and Thursdays, while the Hong Kong service will be operated from Helsinki on Thursdays and Saturdays with return flights on Fridays and Sundays.
Finnair will fly nonstop from Helsinki to Madrid by September and to Manchester from Oct.
Before the entire group left Tallin for Helsinki, Finland, three of the teachers spent a day in St.
Two local hurdlers won medals at the 2005 World Championships, which wrapped up Sunday in Helsinki, Finland.
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