Strengthened connections with Venice Marco Polo Airport

Daily flights to Helsinki, Finland, also available in the winter season

Promo - published on 15 March 2024

Fonte: ufficio stampa Finnair

Venice, 14 March 2024 – Finnair, the airline of Finland, which has been operating at Venice Airport since 2006, will increase its operations at the lagoon airport during 2024, offering passengers additional flights to Helsinki, the carrier’s hub. In particular, during the summer season weekly frequencies will increase from 7 to 8, becoming 9 during peak periods. Operations between Venice and Helsinki will also see the availability of the connection in the 2024/25 winter season, which will be daily.

An important novelty for the airline, which aims to support the growing demand for flights from the North East of Italy, offering new options to reach Finland all year round: a destination to be discovered in every season thanks to its extraordinary nature to be explored in spring and autumn, when the Northern Lights phenomenon reaches its peak. In summer, tour the Saimaa Lakes Region and Finnish Lapland, ideal destinations for outdoor enthusiasts. In winter, to immerse yourself in unique natural landscapes made even more impressive by the snow.

In addition, from Venice passengers will now be able to conveniently take advantage of Finnair’s extensive international network departing from the Helsinki hub and fly to some of the most beautiful destinations in the East, such as the Japanese cities of Tokyo, Osaka and, from May 2024, Nagoya, as well as famous destinations in the United States, including Los Angeles and Dallas.

“Since 2006 Finnair has been present at Venice Airport with seasonal connections to Helsinki. Due to the great demand from travellers departing from the North East, we have decided to extend operations by offering daily flights also in the winter season 2025.” says Javier Roig Sanchez Market Director Europe of Finnair who continues “In addition, for the summer 2024 we have upgraded the frequencies between Venice and Helsinki from 7 flights per week to 8, and up to 9 in the peak weeks of the summer holidays.”

“The intensification of flights between Venice and Helsinki and their extension in the winter season is important not only for flows with Finland, but also for the strategic contribution to reaching medium and long-haul connecting destinations,” says Camillo Bozzolo, Director of Aviation Development of the SAVE Group. “In particular, the specificity of Helsinki airport as one of the European hubs of reference for connections with Asia, is also a strong point for our airport in a year that foresees an intensification of flows with the Far East at an international level”.

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