Finnair W13 Leisure Flight Operation as of 10MAY13

As per 10MAY13 GDS timetable display, planned Finnair Winter 2013 Leisure Flight Operation as follow. In Winter 2013/14 season, Finnair’s long-haul service operates with A340 aircraft, instead of A330 used in Winter 2012/13. In addition, the airline will offer new flight options to Agadir, Dubai, Ho Chi Minh and Krabi. Some of these destinations were previously offered in the past winters, except 2012.

Helsinki – Agadir eff 30OCT13 1 weekly 757 service
Helsinki – Aqaba eff 02NOV13 1 weekly A321 service
Helsinki – Cancun 12DEC13 – 06MAR14 1 weekly A340 service
Helsinki – Dubai eff 29OCT13 1 weekly 757 Leisure Service (In addition to 5 weekly scheduled operation)
Helsinki – Ho Chi Minh eff 16DEC13 Bi-weekly A340 service
Helsinki – Hurghada eff 27OCT13 4 weekly service (3 weekly 757, 1 weekly A320)
Helsinki – Krabi eff 19NOV13 2 weekly A340 service
Helsinki – Langkawi eff 09DEC13 Bi-weekly A340 service
Helsinki – Marsa Alam eff 31OCT13 1 weekly 757 service
Helsinki – Ovda eff 27OCT13 1 weekly A319 service
Helsinki – Phuket eff 15NOV13 2 weekly A340 service (3 weekly from 15DEC13)
Helsinki – Puerto Plata 14DEC13 – 08MAR14 1 weekly A340 service
Helsinki – Sharjah – Goa 12DEC13 – 28FEB14 1 weekly 757 service
Helsinki – Sharm el Sheikh eff 29OCT13 2 weekly 757 service
Helsinki – Varadero 11DEC13 – 07MAR14 2 weekly A340 service

The airline is not offering leisure operation to Colombo and Tel Aviv in Winter 2013/14, per airline schedule listing. In addition, the airline’s leisure long-haul service for Winter 2013/14 will be focuses on Helsinki departure only, although last-minute changes is highly possible.


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