Finnair has launched flights between Helsinki
and Stockholm as well as flights to Stuttgart.
now have the option of choosing Bromma, situated very close to the
centre of the Swedish capital and close to the Kista district, in
addition to Stockholm's main Arlanda airport.
Finnair has also
just launched flights to Stuttgart, the capital of the German
state of Baden-Württemberg.
The airline flies to Bromma twice a day on weekdays
and once on Sundays. The airport benefits from its proximity to
many international companies.
"The new super-fast
connection serves our business customers better, especially those
who travel frequently between Helsinki and Stockholm. Bromma
airport is extremely efficient. It's even possible to check in as
little as 15 minutes before departure, which significantly cuts
the total travel time," said Petteri Kostermaa, responsible for
route planning at Finnair.
In addition to the Finnair
flights, cooperation will start with daily flights operated by
Danish partner airline Sun-Air. Cooperation between Finnair and
Sun-Air also offers Swedish customers fast connections with
Finnair's flights to the Far East. Finnair also continues to offer
a choice of more than 50 flights a week between Helsinki and
Finnair's flights to Stuttgart opened on Monday. Morning departures are from Helsinki on Mondays,
Fridays and Saturdays, as well as daily evening departures.
Morning return flights to Helsinki depart from Stuttgart every
day, with evening departures on Thursdays, Fridays and Sundays.
Finnair customers will also have access to new
lounge facilities at Stuttgart airport. Finnair Business Class
passengers, Finnair Plus Platinum, Gold and Silver cardholders,
and oneworld Emerald and Sapphire members can use the versatile
British Airways Executive Club lounge in Stuttgart's Terminal 1.
The lounge is located on the 3rd floor opposite Gate 173 on the
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