Finnair launched a service from Helsinki to Osaka on July 7, using the airline's new Airbus A330 aircraft. With New York, Delhi and Nagoya, the addition of Osaka brings the total of Finnair's A330 routes to four.
The new Airbus aircraft are part of Finnair's fleet renewal process for long-haul traffic. By the end of this year the company will have taken delivery of five new Airbus A330s. The next plane arrives in November.
The Airbus planes are the first in the fleet to include the new, lighter passenger cabin interior design and their technically advanced features represent a significant improvement in passenger comfort.
All passengers have access to their own video monitors with a diverse choice of entertainment, communications and text-message sending option. Fuel efficiency of the aircraft is also the best available.© Japan Today