Finnair Doubles the Number of Tokyo Flights

From the beginning of December, Finnair will increase the number of flights on its Tokyo service. There will be four return flights between Tokyo and Helsinki instead of the present two. The Airbus A340-300 aircraft will be used on the route.

The flights will operate from Tokyo to Helsinki on Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday and from Helsinki to Tokyo on Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday.

Japan is served by two Finnair flights nearly every day. In addition to Tokyo, the company flies to Osaka six times a week until the end of October and three times a week to Nagoya. Finnair is the only airline that flies from Northern Europe to all of Japan's three most important cities. With additional flights planned for next spring, Finland will become the third largest Western airline operating between Europe and Japan.

Finnair has been flying to Japan since 1983. The flights have had Japanese-speaking cabin service staff from the very beginning. Finnair has recently been rated by Japanese customers as their favourite Western airline, in a survey conducted by AB-ROAD Magazine, the country's most reputable travel magazine.

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