As the world begins to modify lockdown restrictions, Finnair has been working hard to develop a new look, post-coronavirus network. Having reduced operations from our usual capacity in April, we plan to start operating services to key cities throughout Europe and Asia from July 1.

“In July, we start ramping up destinations for us here in Finland,” explains Aaron McGarvey, manager of traffic analysis in Finnair’s traffic planning team. As well as flying to major cities across Scandinavia, Germany and Switzerland between five and seven times a week, Finnair flights will operate twice daily routes from Helsinki to London, Paris and Amsterdam, with the aim of connecting customers to key hubs across Asia.

Those looking to travel further east will be able to choose from 11 weekly services to Japan, with Finnair flying to Nagoya, Osaka and Tokyo Narita, as well as services to Singapore, Seoul, Bangkok, Beijing, Shanghai and Hong Kong. (Beijing and Shanghai are still subject to government approvals as we’re writing this.)

For domestic travellers, Finnair will operate six routes in Finland, flying to Kuopio, Mariehamn, Oulu, Rovaniemi, Turku and Vaasa. In August, flights will begin to Ivalo and Kittilä in Finnish Lapland, and in September operations start to Kuusamo and Tampere.

Find the whole article at: https://www.finnair.com/en/bluewings/world-of-finnair/ramping-up-our-network-2111884