Helsinki Airport provides regular connections to beautiful scenery, such as the culture-rich cities of Central Europe and beach resorts of the Mediterranean. There are a total of 120 direct routes available and holiday flight destinations all around the world. New Asian destinations will also be introduced this year when Finnair includes Xían, China, and Hanoi, Vietnam, in its route selection. In the summer, Helsinki Airport will provide a total of 13 Asian destinations: In addition to Xían and Hanoi, there will be flights to Bangkok, Tokyo, Nagoya, Osaka, Chongqing, Beijing, Shanghai, Hong Kong, Singapore, Delhi and Soul. The selection for Barcelona flights will double when Vueling commences flights from Helsinki Airport in May. In the summer months, in addition to Vueling, Finnair will fly to Barcelona twice a day, and Norwegian will fly six times a week. Finnair will also increase the number of daily flights to Madrid. In the summer, there will be ten flights per week. Traffic from Helsinki Airport to Palma de Mallorca in Spain will also double as Norwegian will fly to this holiday destination three times and Finnair twice a week. You can conveniently fly to London, famous for its red double deckers, on the wings of Finnair, British Airways or Norwegian. Norwegian has two daily connections to London, Finnair four and British Airways two. Turkish Airlines will increase the number of flights between Helsinki Airport and Istanbul. Starting from March, there are two daily connections to Istanbul. Ukraine International will fly every day to Kiev, starting from April. Tel Aviv in Israel is Finnair's new route in June: there will be two weekly connections there from Helsinki Airport. Norwegian will introduce flights from Helsinki Airport to seven new destinations. Flights to Budapest, Prague, Dublin, Dubrovnik, Athens and Burgas will commence in April, and flights to Venice after Midsummer. On Finavia's website, you can search for flights suitable for your travel plans: http://www.helsinki-vantaa.fi/timetables/timetable-search. You can order flight tickets from airline websites, for example. Helsinki Airport, maintained by Finavia, is the leading long-distance airport of Northern Europe, and a popular transit station. As a result of its geographical location, Helsinki Airport offers the fastest and most direct route between Europe and Asia. More than 200 flights depart from Helsinki Airport every day, taking leisure and business travellers to destinations near and far.
Summer arrives on wings! See the great route selection
Article published15.3.2013 at 08:31