Finnair has extended the operating period for
both its Chicago and San Francisco routes.
The Helsinki-Chicago route has been extended until
3 December 2018
with two weekly flights. Originally, the route was set to operate
from 19 April until 27 October. Finnair started a seasonal service to Chicago during the
summer of 2015.
The Helsinki-San Francisco route has been
extended until 5 December 2018 with two weekly frequencies.
Originally, the route was to be operated from 3 May until
27 September. Finnair began a seasonal service to San Francisco
during the summer of 2017.
“Last summer, Chicago and San
Francisco were very popular with our customers and the demand has
also been strong for the upcoming summer season,” says Juha
Järvinen, Chief Commercial Officer at Finnair. “We are very
excited to offer these two important US destinations to our
customers for a longer period in 2018. The extension of these
flights will also better cater to the participants planning to
attend the Slush tech event in early December.”
operates its flights to the Unites States within the Atlantic
joint business between Finnair, American Airlines, British Airways
and Iberia. The joint business offers customers additional flight
choices, better connections and better pricing on transatlantic routes. Currently, the four airlines operate over 100 daily return
flights between Europe and North America.
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