Finnair update on their network plan between April and June

20/03/2020 By Jomante Vitkauskaite

Finnair during these turbulent times will operate a skeleton network April-June 2020 in order to provide a political and strategic air bridge between Finland and other major cities. The below network plan was published 18th March 2020. Please be aware of the severe restrictions that have been placed on Finnish borders and be aware and advise any travelers of these restrictions as per the Finnair Communique 18.03.20. Moreover, due to constant updates of Travel restrictions, the traffic program is under review continually and can change at any time.

Overview of April-June 2020 traffic program

Long-haul traffic
• Tokyo (HND) – Daily frequency operated on A350 . Total seven weekly frequencies.

Short-haul traffic

Domestic
• Mariehamn (MHQ) –Total 5 weekly frequencies (D12345) with a split schedule.
• Kuopio (KUO) –Total 7 weekly frequencies with a split schedule.
• Oulu (OUL)- Two daily frequencies (morning & evening). Total 14 weekly frequencies.
• Kuusamo (KAO) – Daily frequency until 19.4. for Easter traffic.
• Rovaniemi (RVN) -Daily mid-day frequency. Total 7 weekly frequencies.
• Kittilä (KTT) – Direct and triangle combined with IVL – flights until 18.4 for Easter traffic.
• Ivalo (IVL) - Triangle combined with KTT -flights until 18.4 for Easter traffic.

Russia (Only May-June!)
• St. Petersburg (LED) - Two daily frequencies (morning & evening). Total 14 weekly frequencies
• Moscow (SVO) –Total 7 weekly frequencies with a split schedule

Europe
• Stockholm (ARN) - Two daily frequencies (morning & evening). Total 14 weekly frequencies.
• Oslo (OSL) - Daily mid-day frequency. Total 7 weekly frequencies.
• Copenhagen (CPH) - Two daily frequencies (morning & evening). Total 14 weekly frequencies.
• Tallinn (TLL) - Two daily frequencies (morning & evening). Total 14 weekly frequencies.
• Riga (RIX) - Daily mid-day frequency. Total 7 weekly frequencies.
• Amsterdam (AMS) - Total 7 weekly frequencies; double daily on Fridays and no Saturday operations
• London (LHR)- Two daily frequencies (morning & evening). Total 14 weekly frequencies
• Munich (MUC) –Total 4 weekly frequencies (D1345)
• Frankfurt (FRA) -Total 7 weekly frequencies with a split schedule
• Berlin (TXL) -Total 7 weekly frequencies with a split schedule
• Zurich (ZRH) - Total 7 weekly frequencies; double daily on Mondays and no Saturday operations
• Brussels (BRU) – Total 5 weekly frequencies (D12345) with a split schedule
• Paris (CDG)- Two daily frequencies (morning & evening). Total 14 weekly frequencies
At Finnair we wish all our customers the very best at this time, stay safe.

 

 

Author: Jomante Vitkauskaite (18 posts) 

Originally form Lithuania, Jomante loves the travel industry. An honours graduate of Bournemouth University, she has worked with the Hong Kong Tourist Board and more recently as an account executive at AxiCom (PR and Marketing Communications Agency). Jomante brings a keen eye for detail and an energy to each of her clients.