Finnair switches to winter schedule
Monday 1, November 2010
As of the beginning of the winter timetable season, additions to the schedule include a third daily flight to Stockholm's Bromma airport as well as a fourth weekly departure to Yekaterinburg in Russia.
At the beginning of 2011 there will also be additions to Asian flight frequencies. Finnair changes to its winter timetable on Sunday October 31.
In January flights to Seoul in South Korea will be boosted from three to six weekly, while departures to Nagoya in Japan will increase from three to five. There will be one additional flight for both Osaka and Delhi, bringing the frequencies to Osaka up to six times a week and making Delhi a daily service.
"The addition of new flights to our most important Asian destinations reflects the continuing growth in our connecting traffic to Asia," says Kaarina Peltonen, responsible for Finnair's traffic planning.
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