Finnair adds flights to Stockholm
Friday 1, October 2010
Finnair is increasing flights on the Stockholm Bromma route due to its popularity.
From the start of the winter traffic season, Finnair will fly to Bromma three times per day instead of the present two flights. The new flight will serve in particular business travel directed from Sweden to Finland.
"The new flights will provide a more convenient service between Stockholm and Helsinki. The compact size of Bromma Airport and its location close to Stockholm city centre save the passenger time and trouble," says Matias Sarkkinen, Finnair's Sales Director, Sweden.
Finnair is the only airline that offers its customers the opportunity to choose from Stockholm's two airports the option that suits them best - or even a combination of the two. Finnair flies from Bromma to Helsinki three times per day and from Arlanda 8-9 times per day Monday to Friday. Finnair therefore has a total of 11-12 return flights per day between Helsinki and Stockholm.
The new flight's departure time from Bromma is 7.00 in the morning, arriving in Helsinki at 9.00. On the return leg, the flight departs from Helsinki in the evening at 20.00, arriving in Bromma at 20.00. The new flight facilitates a more efficient day on a business trip to Helsinki and elsewhere.
The service will be operated by Finnair's modern Embraer 170 jet aircraft fleet.
Timetable for Finnair's new flight from Stockholm Bromma:
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