Finnair updated their schedule for travel from 31 March to 26 October 2024. By increasing frequency between its center in Helsinki and locations in Northern and Central Europe as well as Japan for the summer of 2024, Finnair is responding to a rise in demand for travel throughout the world. Starting on April 2, 2024, Finnair will also include Wroclaw, Poland, as a new destination.
Finnair is resuming the flights it used to run between Helsinki and Bergen that have a stopover in Stockholm, Arlanda, before the pandemic, and it is also increasing frequencies to Troms and Trondheim in Norway. Along with extra frequencies to Billund, Denmark, there will also be an additional morning frequency from Helsinki to Arlanda.
More frequencies will be available to Düsseldorf and Hamburg in Germany. Finnair is increasing its frequency to Edinburgh, Manchester, and Dublin in the UK and Ireland. Additionally, Finnair is increasing frequency to both Tokyo Narita and Osaka in Japan.
In Poland, Finnair will add more flights to Krakow, resume service to Gdansk, and open a brand-new route to Wroclaw. Wroclaw, in southern Poland, is home to a number of major businesses with origins in Finland and Asia. The energetic city, also known as Poland’s Silicon Valley, features a picture-perfect old town and a bustling scene of art museums, cafes, restaurants, and vintage shops.
The brand-new European frequencies all have smooth connections to Finnair’s transatlantic routes to Asia and the US. The flights can now be reserved through travel agencies or at Finnair.com.