Finnair has updated its short-haul flight program for the summer 2023 season.
The airline will fly to more than 50 destinations in Europe and has added frequencies to several European capitals, such as Berlin, Copenhagen, Vilnius and Riga.
Bodø, a new destination for Finnair, with have thrice weekly flights during the high season, while Ljubljana makes a return.
Finnair will also start flying to Linate Airport in Milan, in addition to Milan’s Malpensa Airport.
"Travel has recovered at a good pace and we are increasing flights to European routes to meet the increased demand in Asia. For example, the Bergen and Bodø routes are seamlessly connected to our flights to Japan," said Ole Orvér, Finnair's Chief Commercial Officer.
Finnair flies to most European capitals at least twice a day, which also serves business travelers well.
The carrier’s European flights are designed to connect smoothly to the long-haul destinations of Tokyo, Osaka, Shanghai, Hong Kong, Soul, Singapore, Bangkok, Delhi, Mumbai and Doha.
Finnair’s U.S. offering comprises flights to Dallas, Chicago, Los Angeles, New York and Seattle.© Travel News Asia