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Finnair adds capacity to popular European destinations


In line with its growth strategy, Finnair will be adding capacity on several popular European short-haul routes for the upcoming year.

Due to the popular demand of the new Reykjavik route which begins on April 11, Finnair is adding a fifth weekly frequency on Wednesdays between May 31 and Aug. 11. Finnair’s route to Reykjavik will also become a year-round destination with three weekly frequencies during the winter season. These services are complemented by flights operated by Icelandair where Finnair has a codeshare.

Finnair will also increase capacity in Denmark with an additional daily frequency on weekdays to Copenhagen and a larger aircraft on the Billund route. As of May 14, five weekly frequencies will be added year-round to the Copenhagen route, including a morning flight from Copenhagen which will enable convenient day trips to Helsinki for business passengers.

In addition to the increased frequencies and capacity to Iceland and Denmark, Finnair will be adding frequencies on the below routes: A third daily frequency to Vilnius on weekdays will be added year-round as of May 15 to open additional European and long haul connections from Lithuania’s capital; A daily frequency will be added to Warsaw for the peak summer season between June 5 and Aug. 4; An additional weekly frequency will be added to the Dublin route for the winter 2017 season; The Saturday flight to Alanya-Gazipasa, Turkey, will be extended until the middle of December.

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Travel Courier Issue Date: Jan 19, 2017
Posted in Air



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