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Finnair announces more flights to Tokyo in Winter 2024 and Summer 2025


Finnair unveiled its revamped flight schedule for the summer of 2025, announcing several enhancements to its network. The airline will notably ramp up its services to Tokyo, Japan, offering daily flights to both Tokyo Haneda and Tokyo Narita airports. Additionally, Finnair will introduce a third weekly frequency to Nagoya.

Expanding its reach, Finnair will introduce a new destination in Northern Norway: the town of Kirkenes. Operating with a 68-seater ATR aircraft, the route to Kirkenes will fly from Helsinki via Ivalo three times a week. This new route aims to cater to Finnish and international travellers interested in exploring both Finnish Lapland and Northern Norway, including the renowned Hurtigruten cruise.

Ole Orvér, Finnair’s CCO, expressed enthusiasm about the new destination, emphasising its role in bolstering the airline’s Arctic network and facilitating convenient travel to Northern Norway from Helsinki.

In the Baltic region, Finnair will increase frequencies to Tallinn, Riga, and Vilnius for the summer of 2025. Tallinn and Riga will each receive five additional weekly frequencies, while Vilnius will see an addition of two weekly frequencies.

Furthermore, Finnair has updated its winter 2024 traffic program, boosting frequencies to Dallas to establish a year-round daily service. This enhancement provides passengers with seamless connections to American Airlines’ extensive network from their Dallas hub.

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