Finnair embarks on European expansion
Finnair has unveiled its European summer schedule, with several new routes.
It will launch three weekly flights to the Norwegian gateway of Bodo for the first time.
Complementing existing services to Milan Malpensa, it adds flights to Milan Linate.
Services will be relaunched to the Slovenian city of Ljubljana.
Summer 2023 will see Finnair fly to more than 50 destinations across Europe, with added frequencies to Berlin, Copenhagen, Vilnius and Riga.
Ole Orvér, Finnair CCO, said: “Travel has recovered at a good pace so we are increasing flights to popular destinations.”
“We also rescheduled services to boost connectivity for flights to Japan to meet demand from Asia.”
The Nordic carrier will offer long-haul connections to Tokyo, Osaka, Shanghai, Hong Kong, the US and more.
Finnair operates direct flights from Helsinki to London Heathrow, Manchester, Edinburgh and Dublin.