Finnair is meeting an increased travel demand by adding frequencies and destinations in its network to Europe, Asia, and North America for the upcoming winter season.
The carrier said it continues to serve its key Asian destinations, flying daily to Tokyo, Seoul, and Bangkok, and offers multiple weekly frequencies to Singapore and Hong Kong.
An Osaka service also resumes in October, expanding its presence back into the Japanese market, with Nagoya joining the route portfolio in February.
Finnair will also start serving its Dubai connection with a wide-body aircraft.
The flag carrier will strengthen its North American services and will serve Chicago, previously a summer route, throughout the winter season.
Finnair also serves New York daily from Helsinki and operates three weekly flights to Miami and Los Angeles respectively.
In addition to serving North America from its Helsinki hub, the airline has recently confirmed it will introduce direct routes to Los Angeles and New York from Stockholm, Sweden.
Finnair will also introduce direct routes from Stockholm to Miami, Phuket, and Bangkok, as previously announced.
The European network will rapidly increase in frequencies throughout the winter, with double daily services to key European cities such as Amsterdam, Munich, Dusseldorf, Berlin, and Frankfurt, and three daily frequencies to London and Paris.
Finnair also offers multiple frequencies daily to Scandinavian capitals, and Finnair will introduce Krakow and Gdansk for the winter season.
The carrier will increase frequencies to the popular holiday destinations in Spain, serving Malaga, the Canary Islands, Madrid, and Barcelona with multiple weekly frequencies.
Also, the Finnish Lapland continues to attract winter travelers and Finnair offers four daily connections to Rovaniemi, Ivalo, and Kittilä, and two daily services to Kuusamo, with smooth connections from Helsinki.
”We are excited to be able to expand the breadth and depth of our network, enabling better connections for customers as travel continues to pick up,” said Ole Orvér, a chief commercial officer with Finnair.
“We are also re-introducing services to support a smooth and convenient travel experience.”