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Finnair increases flights to Japan, China, Hong Kong from summer 2019
Date:2018-09-06 Readers:
FINNAIR is adding frequencies to some of its popular Asian routes, including double-daily flights to Hong Kong and extra flights to Japan, starting from summer 2019.

The carrier will add flights on several of its Japanese routes, increasing its capacity to Japan by 15 per cent for the summer season. Three weekly flights will be added on the Helsinki-Osaka route, meaning it will fly a total of ten weekly frequencies from March 31, 2019.

The new departures will offer an alternative departure for customers with two daily frequencies on selected days. The added frequencies will depart on Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays from Helsinki at 00:45.

Building on the success of the double-daily flights to Tokyo this summer, the carrier will operate double-daily flights on the Tokyo route for the entire summer season in 2019 and will also add a third daily flight during Japan's Golden Week holiday. With these changes, the airline will raise its capacity to Tokyo by nine per cent compared to the 2018 summer season.

In addition, the company will also add capacity on the Nagoya route by flying the Airbus A350 from May 5 onwards.

Finnair operates all flights to Japan in cooperation with its joint business partners: Japan Airlines, British Airways and Iberia. Including the joint business flights with Japan Airlines, the carrier will offer up to 41 weekly frequencies to Japan during the summer 2019 season.

The carrier will also significantly expand its presence in the Greater China area, with a 12 per cent increase in overall capacity next summer to offer 42 weekly flights in total between Helsinki and Greater China.

It will fly double-daily, or 14 weekly frequencies, to Hong Kong with the new A350 aircraft year-round as of next summer. The airline offered ten weekly flights during the 2018 summer season and will operate 12 weekly flights in the upcoming winter season.

Capacity will also be increased on the Guangzhou route as it will be operated with an A350 aircraft. The carrier will fly four frequencies to Guangzhou during the 2019 summer season, increasing its capacity on the route by 16 per cent compared to this summer.
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