Wed, 6 April 2016

Finland Launches StopOver Promotion

Finnair has launched a quicker and easier way for customers to schedule their stopovers in Finland and discover two destinations during one trip.

Customers can now book a stopover for their connecting flight to or from Helsinki on the recently launched website.

Finnair customers can also select between a variety of activities and tours in Finland thanks to the StopOver Finland project, which is led by Visit Finland and operated in cooperation with Primera Holidays.

Just half an hour away from Helsinki Airport, stopover customers will be able to enjoy the relaxed vibe of Finlands capital with its seaside atmosphere, design district, cozy cafs and unique restaurants and hotels.

Untouched nature is never far away in Finland, and customers can spend a day cruising through the Finnish archipelago or exploring one of Finland's many national parks.

Visitors searching for something truly unforgettable, such as jetting off to northern Finland and experiencing the mystical landscapes of Finnish Lapland, will also be able to organize longer trips thanks to the new initiative.

The stopover packages, ranging from five-hour quick layovers to up to five-day tours, will be available through Primera Holidays website during the spring of 2016.

We are truly excited to be able to offer our customers the opportunity to stop and breathe between flights and discover Finland at the same time," said Anssi Partanen, Head of Travel Products at Finnair. The StopOver Finland initiative is a perfect match for our expanding network in combination with the growing interest towards Finland as a destination among Asian travelers. The activities and tours offered will also be suitable for travelers coming from anywhere in the Finnair network. 

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