Finnair has trimmed its flight schedule for the winter season in line with customer demand, while planning to boost frequencies during spring 2021. The update comes as the airline responds to a temporary softening of demand in the market due to widespread travel restrictions.
From October 25, 2020, to March 31, 2021, Finnair will serve 45 domestic and European destinations with reduced weekly frequencies on almost all routes.
Finnair’s long-haul flights will focus on Tokyo, Seoul, Hong Kong, Shanghai, Nanjing and Bangkok, which are also important cargo destinations. On the Bangkok route, Finnair flies passengers only on the BKK-HEL leg. Finnair will also continue cargo-only flights to Singapore and New York.
From November 2020 to March 2021, Finnair is now scheduled to operate approximately 75 flights per day and will continue to review its traffic program based on estimated demand, as the changing travel restrictions continue to impact demand for air travel. In 2019, Finnair flew about 350 flights a day and had more than 100 destinations in Europe, Asia and North America.Email Post to a Friend