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Norwegian based regional operator Wideroe will operate two scheduled flights into Liverpool John Lennon Airport on 2nd July 2014.

The Airline who has Headquarters in Bodo, Norway will operate two adhoc charter flights with Q400 equipment into Liverpool from the Norwegian town of Haugesund.

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