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Finnair NW20 Long-Haul operations as of 09OCT20

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Finnair in last week’s schedule update further revised planned long-haul service for winter 2020/21 season, from 25OCT20 to 27MAR21. Latest...

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Finnair outlines winter network plans

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Finnair expects to offer around 275 fewer daily flights this winter compared with last but hopes to boost frequencies during spring 2021.

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Finnair to temporarily restart regional services

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In October, Finnair will operate about 70-80 flights a day instead of last year’s figure of more than 350.

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Juneyao to start second Helsinki route

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Five months after agreeing to deepen ties with Finnair, Shanghai-based Juneyao Airlines is launching a second route to Finland’s capital city.

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Finnair 20SEP20 – 24OCT20 long-haul operations as of 14SEP20

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Finnair in recent schedule update filed planned long-haul operation for the month of September and October 2020. As of 14SEP20, planned operation...

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Finnair October 2020 European operations as of 13SEP20

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Finnair last week announced revised European network for October 2020, between 01OCT20 and 24OCT20. Latest adjustment sees extended service...

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Finnair's network to be down to 42 destinations in October

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The number of routes to be operated is way down on the more than 100 in October 2019.

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Finnair resumes Nanjing service from mid-Sep 2020

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Finnair this week will resume Helsinki – Nanjing service, initially offering one weekly flights. Service will be operated by Airbus...

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Finnair Sep 2020 European operations as of 23AUG20

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Finnair last week announced European service revision, which sees the airline scales back planned operation in September 2020. As of 23AUG20,...

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Finnair reduces European frequencies

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Finland’s flag carrier will fly fewer frequencies to European destinations in September than previously planned.

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