(26 Apr 2021)
Finnair has unveiled plans to expand its flight
schedule this summer.
The airline will resume flights to
destinations like Reykjavik, Bodø, Nice, Lisbon and Vilnius in
Additional frequencies will also be added to Greek
islands such as Rhodes, Chania and Santorini, as well as to
Mallorca, Malaga and Alicante in Spain.
destinations in Italy include Rome, Milan and Venice.
“We closely follow how travel regulations develop
across our markets and have the flexibility to increase flights
based on demand, seizing opportunities created when travel
restrictions are lifted,” said Ole Orvér, Finnair’s Chief
In North America, Finnair plans to resume flights
to Chicago and Los Angeles in mid-June and increase frequencies on
the New York route to up to thrice weekly. The restart of flights
is still subject to the development of US travel guidelines.
To offer customers peace of mind when making
travel plans, Finnair has a flexible ticket change policy for all
bookings made by 31 August 2021. This means that customers can
make changes to their travel dates regardless of their ticket
Finnair Corona Cover has also been extended and
will now be included in bookings made up until 30 June 2021. The
cover is offered at no additional cost with all flight tickets for
trips departing on or before 31 August 2021 and which do not
exceed 31 days, providing they have been purchased via the Finnair
website or mobile app.
The cover is available for customers travelling
abroad from Finland, Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Estonia, Germany,
Austria, Switzerland, France, Belgium, the Netherlands, Italy,
Spain or Ireland.
Finnair Corona Cover is designed to supplement
other travel insurance a traveller may have and provides extra
cover in case a traveller tests positive for COVID19 whilst at
The cover is provided by AIG Europe S.A. and by
its Switzerland branch for Switzerland. Terms and conditions
To help safe guard themselves, and others,
passengers and crew are required to wear a mask at the airport and
Finnair also requires customers travelling to
Finland to present a negative COVID19 test certificate or proof of
a previous COVID19 infection. From 11 May,
Finnair will also accept a COVID19 vaccination certificate.
There is no requirement for travellers aged between 12-15 to
present a certificate.
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