Finnair continues its strong growth in Asia with additional frequencies for summer 2019.
- Finnair doubles its daily service to Hong Kong amid flight increases to Greater China
- Japanese flights boosted by 15 per cent for summer 2019
- State-of-the-art A350 launched on more routes
Finnair is set to boost frequencies on popular Asian routes next summer, including double-daily flights to Hong Kong and additional flights to Japan, as it continues its strong growth across key Asian markets.
Finnair will add flights on several of its Japanese routes, increasing its capacity to Japan by 15 per cent for summer 2019. Three weekly flights will be added on the Helsinki-Osaka route, meaning Finnair will now fly a total of ten weekly frequencies between Helsinki and Osaka during next year’s summer season, starting on March 31, 2019.
Continuing the success of the Tokyo route’s double-daily flights in summer 2018, Finnair will operate double-daily flights between Tokyo and Helsinki for the entire summer season in 2019. It will also add a third daily flight during Japan’s Golden Week holiday.
Meanwhile, customers flying to Nagoya will benefit from Finnair’s A350 operating on the route, providing increased comfort and additional seats. Three extra weekly flights will be added until March 2019 and then a daily service throughout summer 2019.
Finnair will also significantly grow its presence across Greater China, with a 12 per cent increase in overall capacity during the summer season, offering 42 weekly flights between Helsinki and Greater China.
Finnair will fly double-daily, or 14 times a week, to Hong Kong with the new Airbus A350 year-round from summer 2019. Finnair currently flies ten weekly flights, which will rise to 12 a week during the upcoming winter season.
Finnair offers fast connections from London Heathrow, Manchester, Edinburgh and Dublin via Helsinki to 19 top destinations across Asia and the Far East.
For further information or to make a booking with Finnair, please contact your Travel and Transport Statesman team.