Finnair adds popular Nordic destinations to Summer schedule

A Finnair Airbus A350 in flight.
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Finnair is adding flights to some of its most popular Nordic holiday destinations for the peak summer holiday season between end of June and August.

The seasonal services come in response to travel demand from both European and Asian travellers. The upcoming summer routes take in destinations from Northern Norway to the breathtaking Finnish Lapland.

Additional flights to Bodø and Trondheim in Norway, to Ivalo, Kittilä and Kuusamo in Finland and to Visby in Sweden will be the order of the day for the summer 2024 travel season.

Bodø: Northern Norway


Experience the magic above the Arctic Circle in Bodø, Northern Norway. Finnair is thrilled to announce five weekly flights to Bodø between June 17 and August 2.

Immerse yourself in the unique charm of this region, where fresh air and stunning nature beckon. Discover authentic experiences and seamless connections to Finnair’s international network.

Trondheim


For nature enthusiasts seeking unparalleled beauty, Trondheim in Norway is a must-visit. With a remarkable ten weekly flights from June to the end of August, Finnair invites you to explore the wonders of Trondheim.

Whether you’re an outdoor adventurer or simply crave the tranquility of nature, this city has it all.

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Kuusamo, Ivalo, and Kittilä: Finnish Lapland


Escape to the magical Finnish Lapland, where Finnair introduces flights to Kuusamo, Ivalo, and Kittilä. Embrace the allure of Lapland’s authentic nature experiences and the enchanting white nights during the summer season.

Finnair proudly stands as the sole airline serving the Finnish Lapland year-round, ensuring seamless connections to its European and US network.

Visby: Medieval Sweden


Explore the medieval charm of Visby on the picturesque island of Gotland. Finnair is thrilled to offer five weekly flights to Visby from the end of June to early August.

This is a UNESCO World Heritage Site-listed city, making it an interesting summer destination with its rich history and captivating atmosphere.

A Finnair Airbus pulls up at the Seattle gate.
Photo Credit: Port of Seattle

The Essence of Northern Europe


In the words of Ole Orvér, Chief Commercial Officer at Finnair, “Northern Europe with its fresh air and beautiful nature attracts travelers who seek authentic experiences.”

Finnair, recognizing this demand from both European and Asian travelers, ensures an extensive network with smooth connections via its Helsinki hub.

About Finnair


Finnair is a network airline, specialising in connecting passenger and cargo traffic between Asia, the Middle East, North America and Europe.

Finnair is the only airline with year-round direct flights to Lapland. Sustainability is at the heart of its operations – Finnair intends to reach carbon neutrality latest by the end of 2045.

Customers have chosen the carrier as the Best Airline in Northern Europe in the Skytrax Awards for 13 times in a row. Finnair is a member of the oneworld alliance. Finnair Plc’s shares are quoted on the Nasdaq Helsinki stock exchange.

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Following European and Asian demand, Finnair will add some popular Nordic holiday destinations for the peak summer season this year.
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