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Finnair is adding new flights. Take a look below for a complete list.
Finnar will start flying to Ediburgh from April 18 through October 27, 2016.
"The Edinburgh flight will give excellent possibilities for our Asian customers to connect to Scotland on their trips to the UK, and it will connect Scotland to Finnair's extensive Asian network which covers 13 airports," said Petri Vuori, Finnair's vice president of global sales.
Another new flight that will be added to Billund in Jutland, Denmark on April 4, 2016, this will run year round. Finnair hopes this will help serve the business market in Jutland.
Finnair is increasing its service to Croatia with twice weekly flights between Helsinki and Pula. These flights will run from June 20 to August 12, 2016.
As a first for the airline industry, Finnair will offer three weekly flights from Helsinki to the northern most airport in the world, Svalbard.
"During midsummer we will provide three weekly flights to Svalbard, which is mainly aimed at European customers, but can be also be connected from our Asian flights," says Petri Vuori.
In summer 2016, Finnair will offer new flights that will replace chartered flights. The flights will run to the Greek islands of Zakynthos, Skiathos, Santorini, Mytilene, Preveza and Rimini and Verona in Italy.
Lastly, an extra, weekly flight will be added to the destination of Malta in summer 2016.
For more information, visit www.finnairgroup.com