Finnair has updated its offer for winter 2022-2023 to reflect the closure of Russian airspace. During the winter, Finnair plans to fly from Helsinki to ten Asian destinations, five US airports and 62 destinations in Europe. Finnair also has direct flights to the US and Thailand from Stockholm's Arlanda Airport.
“We are pleased to see travel recovering rapidly and our winter network is meeting the needs of both business travelers, and tourists», — said Ole Orver, Commercial Director of Finnair.
Regarding Finnair's US plans, we note daily flights to New York John F. Kennedy Airport from Helsinki, three flights a week to Los Angeles and Miami, and four flights to Dallas/Fort Worth and Chicago O'Hare. From Stockholm, Finnair offers three direct flights a week to New York, Los Angeles and Miami. Finnair's new Premium Economy Class and completely refurbished long-haul cabins will welcome passengers on all flights to and from New York, both Helsinki and Stockholm.
In AsiaFinnair will continue to offer daily flights to Delhi, Singapore, Seoul and Narita to Tokyo, thus connecting Asian countries with Finnair's extensive European network. Flights announced on new route — in Mumbai, four times a week. Flights to Hong Kong will take place daily, and to Shanghai — once a week. Tourists going to Thailand will get 14 flights to Bangkok weekly, 3 — to Phuket and 2 — in Krabi. Finnair will also fly to Bangkok and Phuket from Stockholm twice a week. In connection with the closure of the Russian airspace, Finnair will refuse flights to Japan next winter season, including to the second Tokyo airport — Haneda, as well as to Nagoya, Osaka and Sapporo.
In Europe Finnair has about 60 routes, including daily flights to most European capitals. The airline offers convenient connections from European cities to its network in Asia and the US, as well as to the popular winter resorts of Ivalo, Kittilä and Rovaniemi in Finnish Lapland for Northern Lights, skiing and husky lovers.