Finnair has cancelled all its flights to Delhi
from 15 March to 14 April following the new visa restrictions put
in place by the Indian government to try and stop the COVID19
outbreak in the country.
The airline has also cancelled all flights to the
USA between 19 March and 12 April due to the
US Governmentís ban on travel from Europe.
Finnair will fly from Helsinki to New York and
back until 18 March, in order to fly customers home. For flights
departing 14 - 18 March, restrictions on Schengen passengers going
to the US will be in effect as specified by the US authorities.
Finnair will also fly to Los Angeles on Sunday 15 March.
The Finnish airline has also warned that due to the decreased transfer passenger
loads caused by these cancelations, further impacts on Finnairís
narrow-body traffic in Europe are to be expected.
Customers can then either seek for a full ticket refund or
postpone their travel by contacting Finnairís customer services.
In addition, Finnair is offering customers with
bookings on Finnair flights full flexibility to change their
travel dates without a change fee until 30 November 2020.