Finnair is reconnecting its network and increasing frequencies on key routes for the upcoming winter season as travel rebounds.
The airline is increasing its services on the route between its Helsinki hub and London Heathrow and Paris CDG to three times a day and will offer twice daily services to Amsterdam, Munich, DÃ¼sseldorf, Berlin and Frankfurt.
The Polish cities of Krakow and Gdansk will be introduced to the Finnair network for the winter season, while Madrid, Barcelona, ââMalaga and the Canaries will see their frequencies increase.
On its North American routes, the carrier will add services to Chicago, previously a summer-only route, and will serve New York daily and three times a week to Miami and Los Angeles from Helsinki. It also introduces direct connections between Los Angeles and New York and Stockholm, joining previously announced direct connections between the Swedish capital and Miami, Phuket and Bangkok.
The Finnish national carrier will continue to serve its main Asian destinations, serving Tokyo, Seoul and Bangkok daily, and will offer several weekly frequencies to Singapore and Hong Kong.
The airline’s Osaka service is expected to resume in October, further strengthening Finnair’s presence in the Japanese market, with Nagoya joining the portfolio of routes in February. Finnair will also begin to serve its connection to Dubai with a widebody.
Finnair Commercial Director Ole Orver said: âWe are delighted to be able to extend the breadth and depth of our network, enabling better connections for customers as travel continues to intensify.
âWe are also reintroducing services to support a smooth and convenient travel experience. We opened our Helsinki Schengen lounge in August, and the Finnair non-Schengen lounge will open in early October.