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I think this is pretty self explanatory. Take a look at the article. Not encyclopedic and not even an article at all. --Randy 02:56, 7 Dec 2004 (UTC)
- Update, has been nominated for a speedy. --Randy 02:56, 7 Dec 2004 (UTC)
- The topic is definitely encyclopedic. I will create a new stub. Martg76 03:15, 8 Dec 2004 (UTC)
- Comment: Article was speedy deleted at 03:47, 7 Dec 2004 by Fuzheado as "nonsense". Content was "a very nice airline". Article has since been receated as a stub by Martg76. Based on the new content, a VfD header has not been added to the article. Rossami (talk) 15:10, 8 Dec 2004 (UTC)
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What does this mean? Is this bad English or does the fact that English is not my first language show?HichamVanborm 01:24, 14 September 2006 (UTC)
I don't really understand the relevance of a separate destinations list for Niki (after all, a rather minor airline worldwide) in Wikipedia, especially in the English section. I propose that that article be merged into Niki (airline). Lumendelumine (talk) 13:02, 18 January 2011 (UTC)
Hello. I don't agree that you should merge the destinations because a lot of airlines have separate destination pages. I it was in the article, it would take a lot of space. Thanks --MKY661 (talk) 11:35, 23 January 2011 (UTC)
We should rather ask ourselves whether a destinations page for an airline (except maybe for the most important ones) is relevant to Wikipedia at all. In the case of smaller airlines, the general profile of their destinations could be described in prose in a much more succinct and informative manner (for example, "business destinations in Central Europe", "tourist destinations in the Mediterranean", "major cities in Eastern Europe and on the Balkans", "major cities and tourist destinations in South-East Asia" etc.). Lumendelumine (talk) 00:22, 8 February 2011 (UTC)