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Finnair to start flying from Helsinki Airport to Wroclaw in summer 2024 – more flights to Europe and Japan will also be added

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16.6.2023 at 09:15
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Helsinki Airport’s route offering will expand for the next summer season thanks to Finnair opening a new route from Helsinki Airport to Wroclaw, Poland, on 2 April 2024. In addition, the airline has announced that it will increase the number of flights to its destinations in Europe and Japan.

On 2 April 2024, Finnair will launch daily direct scheduled flights from Helsinki Airport to Wroclaw, Poland. The flights are available for booking on Finnair's website.

Finnair also announced in a press release that it will increase the number of flights on its routes to destinations in Northern and Central Europe and Japan.

“The new route to Poland is a great addition to Helsinki Airport's route selection. We are also very happy with the increased number of Finnair flights, which serve the growing number of passengers at our airports,” says Petri Vuori, Finavia’s Senior Vice President responsible for route development.

Finnair will add flights to Osaka and Narita International Airport in Tokyo for the next summer season. As for Europe, more flights will be added to the routes to Kraków in Poland, Tromsø and Trondheim in Norway, Stockholm Arlanda Airport in Sweden, Billund in Denmark, Düsseldorf and Hamburg in Germany, Manchester and Edinburgh in the UK, and Dublin in Ireland.

In addition, Finnair has announced that it will bring back flights to Gdansk, Poland, and flights to Bergen with a stop at Arlanda Airport.

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Flight list: These destinations are served by direct flights from Finavia airports in summer 2023