Finnair adds flights to Lapland and Norway for next winter

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Finnair adds flights to Rovaniemi in Finnish Lapland, and Tromsø and Trondheim in Norway for the next winter season.

Finnair will have up to 63 weekly flights to Rovaniemi, which is 13 more than last winter.

The additional frequencies will be focused on the most popular travel days, Wednesday, and the weekend. During the peak hours on Saturdays, there will be flights to Rovaniemi as often as every half an hour.

Additionally, Finnair will fly from Rovaniemi to Tromsø in Northern Norway six days per week.

Flights between Rovaniemi and Tromsø were first introduced back in December 2023, and the connections are operated as tag flights: Helsinki-Rovaniemi-Tromsø and Tromsø-Rovaniemi-Helsinki. Finnair also has direct year-round flights from Helsinki to Tromsø.

In addition, Finnair will increase the number of flights to Trondheim and will fly to the popular Norwegian destination six times per week in the upcoming winter season.

Ole Orvér, Chief Commercial Officer of Finnair says: “Last winter showed that interest in our northern destinations continues to grow.

“The additional frequencies serve especially well the European network and guarantee smooth daily connections to the north via Helsinki”.