Finnair adds Hong Kong frequencies to make 12 a week

Extra frequencies to come into effect at same time as new Singapore route

Finnair will add five flights a week to Hong Kong, increasing the number of frequencies there to 12 per week during the summer traffic season between May 30 and October 9. The additional flights to Hong Kong will start at the same time as the airline also launches daily flights to Singapore, on May 30.
The Finnish airline operates a total of 74 flights a week to Asia and Singapore will be Finnair’s 10th scheduled flight destination in that continent. Mika Perho, Finnair’s senior vice president for sales and marketing: “Our Asian strategy is working well – the addition of the flights and the new Singapore route reflect the continual growth of via-travel directed towards Asia.”
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