Winter 2018: Finnair to supplement over 100 weekly flights including Lapland, Russia, Stuttgart, Lisbon and a Baltics

Finnair will continue to grow a operations during a 2018-2019 winter deteriorate with additional ability combined to existent routes in Lapland, Russia and a Baltic countries. In addition, Stuttgart and Lisbon will turn year-round destinations.

“Our expansion will continue subsequent year with over 100 additional weekly flights compared to a stream winter season,” says Juha Jarvinen, Chief Commercial Officer during Finnair. “We are also usually augmenting a ability on a Lapland routes for subsequent year’s winter. Nearly 30,000 seats will be combined compared to this winter.”

During a 2018-2019 winter season, Finnair will offer both Kittila and Ivalo, dual of a many renouned winter destinations in Finnish Lapland, with additional daily uninterrupted flights. In addition, schedules for flights to Lapland airports have been aligned for some-more available connectors and increasing options for customers. Finnair’s approach flights to Lapland from London Gatwick, Paris and Zurich will also continue for a 2018 winter season.

Stuttgart and Lisbon, dual new destinations for Finnair starting on Apr 23 and Jun 1 respectively, will continue during a winter deteriorate and turn year-round routes for Finnair. Stuttgart will be operated as a daily moody and a Lisbon moody will be operated 3 times per week. As formerly announced final spring, Finnair’s moody to Nanjing, China is also stability as a year-round track with dual weekly frequencies during a winter season.

Finnair is adding a new daily overnight moody to Moscow, that will severely urge connectors for Russian passengers travelling to Europe and North America. Additional ability is also being combined for St. Petersburg as a track will be operated with a incomparable jet aircraft. With this change, Finnair will be adding approximately 600 additional seats per week on a St. Petersburg route. Both Moscow and St. Petersburg will be operated with 3 daily frequencies.

For a Baltic region, Finnair is also adding a weekly magnitude on Sundays for both Riga and Vilnius. Finnair will work 19 weekly flights to both destinations during a 2018-2019 winter season.

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