Finnair has announced it will start two weekly frequencies to Nagoya, Japan, on 30 May 2024. Finnair is also updating its winter 2024 traffic program by adding flights to the British Isles, Iceland, and leisure destinations in Portugal and the Canary Islands.
“We are delighted to resume our connection to Nagoya, where we used to fly before the pandemic. We already fly to Tokyo Haneda, and Narita, as well as Osaka. In the summer season of 2024, we’ll have a total of twenty weekly frequencies to Japan,” says Ole Orvér, Chief Commercial Officer at Finnair.
“We will also have a very compelling leisure offering to popular holiday destinations for the winter season of 2024,” Orvér continues.
For October 2024, Finnair announced the introduction of scheduled flights to three former charter destinations. Faro in Portugal, as well as Lanzarote and Fuerteventura in the Canary Islands, will each have two weekly flights.
Additionally, Finnair is expanding its operations to include two popular leisure destinations, utilizing widebody aircraft. There will be three incremental weekly flights to Dubai using the Airbus A330, while flights to Las Palmas will be operated with the Airbus A350.
To meet the growing demand, Finnair is also increasing flight frequencies to the British Isles during the upcoming winter season. Manchester will benefit from an additional five weekly flights, while Dublin and Edinburgh will each have two more flight frequencies. These flights will connect seamlessly to Northern Finland, Scandinavia, and Japan.
In Iceland, Finnair will enhance its services by adding three more weekly flights to Reykjavik.
For those interested, the new destinations are now available for booking on Finnair.com.
Finnair is a modern premium network airline specializing in passenger and cargo traffic between Asia and Europe. One of the reasons Finnair stands out is its advantageous geographical location in Helsinki, as many of the fastest connections between European destinations and Asian cities fly over Finland. Finnair holds a 4-star Skytrax ranking and is the only Nordic network carrier that is a member of the oneworld alliance. In 2019, Finnair generated revenues of EUR 3,098 million and served over 14.7 million passengers. Additionally, Finnair Plc’s shares are listed on the Nasdaq Helsinki stock exchange.