Finnair is planning to increase traffic on its European feeder network with an eye on growing long-haul capacity. As a first step, Finnair will temporarily lease two Airbus A321 narrowbody aircraft, including part of the flight crew for one year from May 2016 onward, it said in a statement. A source close to the deal told ATW that both A321s could be wet leased from Austria-based airberlin subsidiary FlyNiki. Finnair CEO Pekka Vauramo told ATW recently in Vienna the Finland flag carrier is ...

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