Finnair's flight traffic resumes gradually
Thursday 22, April 2010
In addition to the long-haul flights announced earlier, Finnair will also try to operate some European flights today. Due to the situation, the schedules are different from normal and some of the flights will have to be cancelled.
"We understand that the situation is testing the patience of our customers. Wehave had to make decisions at short notice due to changing conditions andofficial restrictions. We are continually trying to fly as much as possible andto serve our customers as well as possible," says Finnair's SVP CustomerService Riihimäki.
Today, Finnair aims to fly in Europe to London, Paris, Düsseldorf, Amsterdam,Brussels, Stockholm, Gothenburg, Copenhagen, Oslo, Hamburg, Madrid, Barcelona, Milan, Rome, Warsaw, Budapest, Zürich and Vienna. The flights that are planned to be operated and their timetables will beupdated continually at the address www.finnair.com/info.
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