Finnair has expanded its winter 2022/2023 schedule, offering flights to 77 destinations.
The airline will fly to 10 Asian destinations, five US destinations and 62 European destinations from its hub in Helsinki. Flights to Tokyo Haneda, Nagoya, Osaka and Sapporo will, however, remain suspended for the winter season “due to the closure of Russian airspace”.
Ole Orver, chief commercial officer at Finnair, commented:
“We are happy to see travel recovering at a rapid pace, and our winter network caters to the needs of both corporate and leisure travellers.”
Across the UK and Ireland the airline will serve Heathrow four times a day from Helsinki, Manchester twice a day and Dublin nine-times-weekly.
In the US, Finnair will offer daily flights from Helsinki to New York JFK airport, three-times-weekly flights to Los Angeles and Miami, and four-times-weekly flights to Dallas Fort Worth and Chicago O’Hare.
In Asia, Finnair will continue to serve Delhi, Singapore, Seoul and Tokyo Narita with daily flights. Finnair will also fly to its newest destination Mumbai four-times-weekly, to Hong Kong seven-times-weekly and to Shanghai once weekly.
Meanwhile, there will be 14 weekly frequencies to Bangkok, three weekly frequencies to Phuket and twice weekly frequencies to Krabi in Thailand.
The airline also operates flights to the US and Asia from Stockholm Arlanda, offering three-times-weekly services to New York JFK, Los Angeles and Miami, and twice-weekly flights to Bangkok and Phuket.
Finnair says that its new Premium Economy travel class and the renewed long-haul cabins are available on all departures to and from New York for both Helsinki and Arlanda.