Finnair is preparing to spring into summer with one of its biggest North American schedules to date.
The Nordic carrier is set to operate 21 flights a week from five major cities across North America to its Helsinki hub this summer, giving customers greater choice.
Popular year-round services from New York JFK and Los Angeles will continue into the summer, with flights operating daily and three times a week respectively.
Those looking to travel from Texas can also make use of the airline’s convenient connection from Dallas to Helsinki, which operates four times a week.
This month also marks a year since services started from Dallas, with Finnair launching services from the ‘Big D’ on 27 March 2022.
The inaugural A350 flight was warmly welcomed by Texans and since its launch, has offered Americans increased access to Finnair’s extensive European and Asian network.
From 27 March, Finnair is also set to resume flights to Midwest in Chicago and West Coast in Seattle, with three to four weekly services to Finland, giving customers great access across the whole continent.
Pasi Kuusisto, Finnair General Manager North America, said: “We are excited to be launching one of our biggest ever schedules from North America, as we continue to offer customers a leading experience across the Atlantic.
“As we approach our centenary in November, we want to showcase the best destinations on the network, and this new expanded schedule will give customers an even greater choice across North America.”
Customers can also now enjoy Finnair’s elevated long-haul experience on flights from Chicago, Dallas and New York, as the airline continues to roll out its new premium cabins.
The €200 million investment includes a brand-new Business Class, exciting new Premium Economy cabin, and refreshed Economy Class as part of a major investment to enhance the customer experience.
By early 2024, Finnair plans to have refitted all its long-haul aircraft with the award-winning new cabin, giving transatlantic customers a modern Nordic experience.