Finnair's Summer Flight Schedule Begins March 30, 2014

finnairFinnair's new summer flight schedule is set to begin March 30, 2014, offering flights to three new seasonal destinations including, Pisa, Biarritz and Alanya. Finnair will also offer additional frequencies to Düsseldorf, Zürich, Antalya and Vaasa. Flights to Xi´an in China continue on March 30 and to Hanoi in Vietnam on June 2.

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This summer Finnair will operate three weekly flights to Alanya, Turkey from April to August.  Finnair will also offer additional frequencies to its existing route to Antalya, Turkey. Flights to Turkey operate eight times per week and most of the flights are during the daytime. Finnair is the only airline to operate scheduled non-stop flights from Finland to Antalya and Alanya.

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In order to serve the demand from the local business market, extra frequencies will also be added to Vaasa with an evening flight departing at 6:10 P.M. from Helsinki. With the addition of this flight Finnair will now operate six flights per day to Vaasa.

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Extra frequencies are also being added to Copenhagen, Dubrovnik, Malaga, Paris, Rome and Tel Aviv from June to August. Popular destinations returning to the summer schedule include Toronto, operating with upgraded Airbus 330 aircraft from June 1st to September 21st, and Chicago as a codeshare with oneworld partner American Airlines.

Finnair will also open a new route to Tromsø for the 2014 winter season. The arctic city in the far north of Norway will be served from Helsinki three times per week from January 1st until March 28, 2014.

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