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Finnair Adds New Service to the Lapland and Norway for Winter 2024/25

Updated: May 24

For the winter 2024/25 season, Finnair has added flights to Rovaniemi in the Finnish Lapland, as well as to Tromsø and Trondheim in Norway.  The carrier will offer up to 63 weekly flights to Rovaniemi, 13 more than last winter.


Finnair Airbus A320 - Courtesy Finnair

On Wednesday (May 22, 2024), Finnair announced an increase in service to Rovaniemi in the Finnish Lapland, as well as to Tromsø and Trondheim in Norway for the winter 2024/25 season.  In total, the carrier will offer 63 weekly flights to Rovaniemi, up from 50 last winter.  The added frequencies will operate on Wednesdays, Saturdays, and Sundays, with a flight to Rovaniemi every half hour.  Additionally, Finnair will offer service from Rovaniemi to Tromsø in Northern Norway six days per week.  The route will operate as Helsinki-Rovaniemi-Tromsø and Tromsø-Rovaniemi-Helsinki.  The carrier also offers year-round nonstop flights between Helsinki and Tromsø.  Finnair will also increase frequencies to Trondheim in Norway for the upcoming winter season, with six weekly flights.


In Wednesday’s announcement, Finnair’s Chief Commercial Officer, Ole Orvér, said,


“Last winter showed that interest in our northern destinations continues to grow.  The additional frequencies serve especially well the European network and guarantee smooth daily connections to the north via Helsinki.”


Specializing in passenger and cargo traffic between Asia, North America and Europe, Finnair is a modern premium network airline with a competitive advantage due to their geographical location.  Sustainability is at the heart of everything Finnair does, and the carrier is committed to achieving carbon neutrality by the end of 2045.   In 2023, Finnair celebrated their 100th anniversary, making the carrier one of the oldest airlines in the world.  Finnair is a member of the global oneworld® alliance and the company’s shares are traded on the Nasdaq Helsinki stock exchange. 


 

Source: Finnair

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