25 APRIL 2022
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With the pandemic hopefully behind us Finnair is the latest European airline returning to 2019 levels of operation for the rest of 2022. Except it also has to deal with its non-ability to fly over Russian airspace.
The airline will connect Helsinki and Heathrow four times a day, Manchester twice daily and Dublin nine times a week as part of its winter 2022 schedule.
Customers will be able to choose from flights to ten destinations in Asia, five in the US and 62 across Europe as part of the new schedule most of which connect easily with the UK/Irish airports.
Ole Orver, Finnair Chief Commercial Officer, said: "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".
In Asia, Finnair will continue to serve Delhi, Seoul, Singapore and Tokyo with daily flights connecting to Finnair’s European network.
The airline will also fly to its newest destination, Mumbai, four days a week, in addition to operating flights to Hong Kong seven times a week and to Shanghai once a week.
Meanwhile, travellers to Thailand can choose from up to 14 weekly flights to Bangkok, three a week to Phuket and twice weekly departures to Krabi.
Finnair also operates flights from Stockholm to the US, including three weekly direct services to Los Angeles, Miami and New York. Asian destinations include Bangkok and Phuket with two weekly flights to each..
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