Finnair’s Airbus A350 Finnair will launch its first flights to Goa this year, as part of a major expansion of its long-haul network.
The Helsinki-based national carrier will start flying to the Indian beach destination on 29 November 2017, operating two weekly flights for the winter season, ending on 21 March 2018. Services will run every Wednesday and Sunday using an Airbus A330 aircraft.
This forms part of a significant Asian expansion planned by Finnair. Also in India, the airline will add one more weekly flight to Delhi, taking the total frequency to six weekly flights next winter. And in Thailand, two additional weekly frequencies will be added to the Helsinki-Bangkok route, taking the total to 16 flights per week, Vagator Beach, Goa Finnair will also add two more weekly services to Singapore, making it a daily destination, while three more weekly frequencies will be added to Hong Kong, taking the year-round total to 10 flights per week.
Goa is not the only new long-haul destination being added to Finnair’s route map next winter; weekly flights to the Mexican resort of Puerto Vallarta will run from 19 November 2017 to 18 March 2018, and services to Puerto Plata in the Dominican […]