Finnair to Offer Service to 70 Destinations for Winter 2021/22 Season
Finnair will offer flights to 70 destinations for the winter season which runs from November 2021 through March 2022. Some autumn and winter destinations include the Canary Islands, Miami, Thailand, Alicante, Malaga and Nice.
On Wednesday (June 16, 2021), Finnair announced that they will offer service to 70 destinations for the winter 2021/22 season which runs from November through March. Some winter popular destinations include the Canary Islands, with flights starting in September, as well as Miami and Thailand. With increasing demand for service to the Finnish Lapland, starting in September the carrier will offer frequent service to Kittilӓ and Ivalo in northern Finland. Frequencies to Scandinavia will be increased in October with the addition of three daily flights to both Oslo and Copenhagen . For winter, Finnair will also offer daily service to new York, as well as three weekly flights to Miami and Los Angeles. The airline will also offer winter service to popular destinations in Thailand including Bangkok, Phuket and Krabi, as well as European holiday destinations such as Alicante, Malaga and Nice.
In Wednesday’s announcement, Finnair’s Chief Commercial Officer, Ole Orvér, said,
“The travel restrictions continue to impact air travel, but many countries are opening for tourism. When planning our offering, we have taken into account the favourite destinations and holiday seasons of our customers – for example, we will reopen flights to Miami and offer great connections to Thailand, Southern Europe as well as to Scandinavia. Compared to a normal situation, our traffic program evolves as the travel guidance and restrictions continue to change impacting the demand for our flights. We try to provide our customers with the most reliable view of winter travel opportunities, but changes to flights are still possible.”
Specializing in passenger and cargo traffic between Asia 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 cutting their net emissions by 50 percent by the end of 2025 (compared to a 2019 baseline) and achieving carbon neutrality by the end of 2045. The carrier is also a member of the global oneworld® alliance and its shares are traded on the Nasdaq Helsinki stock exchange.