Finnair, the national airline of Finland will maintain its presence at Stockholm-Arlanda airport (Sweden) this summer and will add new routes to the United States. Likewise, the company will again adapt the frequencies to Thailand according to the restrictions generated by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Next summer, Finnair will offer a daily flight to New York, two weekly flights to Miami and four weekly flights to Los Angeles. From the international hub of Helsinki, the air company will also fly to this destiny, in addition to new cities that pasan has formed part of its route network: Dallas, from March 27, and Seattle, which will open on June 1.
Javier Roig, Finnair’s Managing Director for Southern Europe said: “It is more important than ever to detect opportunities and respond quickly to current needs, adapting to the situation and adapting the offer to the market” .
Since the start of long-haul flights from Arlana, Finnair has become the largest airline for long-haul operations from Sweden. The company operates in the United States in cooperation with Iberia, British Airways, American Airlines, Level and Air Lingus, as part of the joint venture that the six airlines maintain for the operation of routes between Europe and the North Atlantic, offering better timetables, more competitive fares and more efficient connections.