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Novair is an affiliate of Apollo, which is Sweden’s third largest tour operator. Novair has been a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Swiss travel group Kuoni as of January 1st 2001.

The Scandinavian part of the group is called Kuoni Scandinavia and, apart from Novair, includes Apollo and Kuoni in Sweden, Norway and Denmark. Kuoni Scandinavia has almost 900 employees and a total of 750 000 travellers to destinations worldwide. Kuoni Scandinavia, along with the tour operators Apollo and Kuoni and the airline company Novair, are the travel group with the biggest growth rate on the Scandinavian market.

As well as traditional destinations in the Mediterranean, Novair also flies long haul routes.

All of Scandinavia is Novair’s home market and their biggest departure airports are Stockholm-Arlanda, Oslo-Gardermoen, Gothenburg-Landvetter and Copenhagen- Kastrup. Novair also has some direct flights from a substantial number of rural airports.

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