Finnair has introduced extra flights from UK along with Edinburgh to Helsinki routes. Furthermore, the airline will also expand its jetliners from Helsinki to Asia. During the colder months of 2018, the carrier will provide everyday flights from Helsinki to Osaka with the added benefit of two supplementary frequencies that shall be connecting to the Hong Kong route for 12 weekly frequencies. In addition, from 10th December onwards, fourth weekly frequency is planned to be added to Phuket and daily flights will be provided to the Delhi route.
Travelers flying from Scotland to Helsinki can benefit from the new-year-round facility. 138-seat Airbus A319 aircraft would be covering the route in both economy and business class arrangement. The flights to the route would fly three times weekly which would be increased to five flights in a week later in summer season.
In 2018, the airline would get its twelfth A350 aircraft. Finnair stated that for the convenience of discerning passengers, it would continue to increase its frequencies, especially for long-haul destinations.
Juha Järvinen, airline’s chief commercial officer stated, ‘We are currently in the phase of expansion and would also expand our services to several renowned destinations in Europe and Asia. The newly introduced frequencies would offer our travelers the benefit of flexibility and choice in the winter months.’