Finnair Increases Frequencies to Delhi and Los Angeles for Peak Summer 2020 Season
Finnair announced on Wednesday that they will be increasing frequencies on their routes to Delhi, India and Los Angeles, California for the peak summer 2020 travel season. The carrier will add three weekly flights to Delhi and an additional flight to Los Angeles.
Today (February 26, 2020), Finnair announced that they will be increasing frequencies to Delhi, India and Los Angeles, California (US) during the peak 2020 summer season. From July 1, 2020, the carrier will add three additional weekly flights to Delhi. As Finnair currently operates Delhi service four-times weekly, the route will now be offered daily for both the summer 2020 and winter 2020/2021 seasons. The Delhi route will be operated with an Airbus A330 and will facilitate seamless connections to Finnair’s vast European and transatlantic network.
Finnair is also launching an additional weekly flight on their popular Los Angeles route from July 3, 2020. The carrier currently operates three year-round flights to L.A. which are operated on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays. The new frequency will be added on Fridays during the summer season and the route will be operated with an Airbus A350 until October 24, 2020. In addition to their year-round service to Los Angeles, Finnair offers year-round transatlantic service to New York (JFK), Chicago (ORD), San Francisco (SFO) and Miami (MIA). Finnair’s transatlantic routes are operated in conjunction with the Atlantic Joint Business (AJB) partnership with American Airlines, British Airways and Iberia. Combined, the four AJB partners offer over 100 daily flights between Europe and North America.
Specializing in passenger and cargo traffic between Asia and Europe, Finnair has a competitive advantage due to their geographical location. The carrier serves nineteen Asian, eight North American and 100 European destinations. Finnair is also the only Nordic network with a 4-Star Skytrax rating. The airline carried over 14.7 million passengers in 2019 and generated revenues of of around €3.1 billion.