Finnair and TAP announce code-share

Cooperation on flights between Portugal and Finland starts tomorrow

Finnair and TAP Portugal have announced that they will start code-share cooperation on flights between Portugal and Finland, beginning tomorrow. Customers can make reservations on these new flights immediately. Finnair’s code will be added to TAP’s direct flights between Lisbon and Helsinki, which Finnair describes as an attractive additional destination for its customers, including for passengers flying to Europe via Helsinki from its eleven Asian destinations. TAP launched direct operations to Helsinki in June 2010.
TAP’s code will be added to Finnair flights between Helsinki and Brussels, Amsterdam, Geneva and Zurich.


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