The new schedule was announced in response to demand for global travel across both Europe and Asia, and includes new routes and numerous frequency additions.
From April 2, 2024, 7 weekly flights between Helsinki and the Polish city of Wroclaw will begin. Gdansk will also return to Finnair’s European network, with a 10x weekly service from Helsinki commencing on 3March 31, 2024. Additional flights will also be added to Manchester, Edinburgh, and Dublin in 2024.
There will be 12 weekly flights between England and Helsinki direct from Manchester, and 29 from London Heathrow. From Scotland, two weekly flights to Helsinki will be added. The carrier will also increase direct flights to Helsinki from 7 to 10 weekly in summer 2024.
Finnair will also be adding additional flights to Japan. Flights from Helsinki to Osaka and Tokyo-Narita will both see an additional 2 weekly flights next summer, giving the routes 5 and 6 weekly flights respectively, in addition to Finnair’s existing daily Tokyo-Haneda service.
European connections will also be expanded, with additional frequencies to Scandinavia’s key cities, including Bergen, Billund, Stockholm, Tromso, and Trondheim. Finnair’s connection from Helsinki-Stockholm-Bergen will also be reintroduced, giving customers the option to fly direct from Stockholm to Bergen, in addition to direct Helsinki flights.