The improvements allow TNT to serve 15 percent more postal codes and 34 percent more businesses in the region by noon the next business day, the company said. TNT has added or improved pre-12 p.m. coverage in cities such as Stockholm, Göteborg and Malmö in Sweden, Aarhus and Aalborg in Denmark, Oslo and Stavanger in Norway, and Helsinki in Finland. The expansion was made possible by recent operational improvements to TNT's road and air networks, the company said. They include the reintroduction of flights from Liege to Stockholm Arlanda and Örebro airports. In another company announcement, TNT has launched a scheduled road connection to Georgia, resulting in reduced European road transit times to Moscow. The line haul connects Georgia's capital Tbilisi with TNT’s European Road Network via Istanbul, Turkey. Henceforth, TNT will also connect Russia via its Warsaw hub. Road deliveries from Scandinavia will continue to transit through Turku.
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