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New Airline Company in Norway

The new Norwegian airline company will fly to eight destinations in Europe.

Espen Hennig-Olsen announced that they have launched a new airline company at a press conference in Kristiansand, Norway on Tuesday.

The new company will be called Flynonstop, and is scheduled to fly from Kristiansand to eight destinations in Europe.

– This is going to be a tough game, I’m sure, but it will be fantastic, says Hennig-Olsen, known as the owner of Ice-cream producer Hennig-Olsen, at the press conference, according to the local newspaper Fædrelandsvennen .

Barcelona, Berlin, Dubrovnik, London, Nice, Palma, Paris, Parma will be the first eight destinations of the new company.

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