One of the few public scheduled helicopter routes in the world, linking Helsinki, Finland to Tallin, Estonia, has been discontinued. Finnish operator Copterline has ceased flying over the Baltic Sea between the two capital cities. In April, it contracted UK-based International Bureau of Aviation (IBA) for the remarketing of two AgustaWestland AW139s. Last month, IBA announced the medium twins had been sold to U.S.-based operator PHI. Copterline has refocused on EMS flights from its bases in Varkaus, Vaasa and Oulu.
Helsinki-Tallin Scheduled Flights End
- January 28, 2010, 6:09 AM