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Finnair adds Japan and Europe flights

Additional frequencies are being laid on for the upcoming winter season.

Finnair has announced that it will be adding frequencies from its Helsinki hub to some of its more popular destinations for the next winter season in 2018-19. They come in addition to those already unveiled earlier this year.

These additional frequencies include two additional weekly frequencies to Tokyo between October 28 and December 5, reaching a total of nine weekly flights.

This means that including its joint business flights with Japan Airlines, Finnair will offer up to 16 weekly frequencies to the Japanese capital.

There will also be one additional weekly frequency to Nagoya between October 29 and December 4, meaning a total of six flights per week.

Heading south
Closer to home, Alicante will now be a year-round route for Finnair, with two new weekly frequencies on Thursdays and Sundays during the winter season.

In addition, the carrier will lay on extra weekly frequency to Lisbon, on Mondays, reaching a total of four weekly flights during the entire winter season.

To Malaga, meanwhile, there will be one additional weekly frequency on Wednesdays during December and January for a total of seven flights per week.

Finally there will be two additional weekly frequencies Geneva, on Mondays and Fridays, between January and March 2019, meaning there will be a total of 13 weekly flights.

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