Finland’s Finnair starts commercial flights to Iceland

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A Finnair Airlines Airbus A350 landing at Helsinki-Vantaa Airport in Finland on, March 11, 2017. (Getty)
A Finnair Airlines Airbus A350 landing at Helsinki-Vantaa Airport in Finland on, March 11, 2017. (Getty)

Finnish airline Finnair start commercial flights between Helsinki and Iceland’s Keflavik international Airport earlier this week.

The airline will fly four flights a week through May 31. Over the summer, there will be five flights each week, and in winter that number will drop to three flights per week.

“Iceland is a fantastic route destination, and we are very pleased to be able to offer this exciting route to our customers. We are also happy to make Iceland part of our network connecting travellers from all over the world to our 18 destinations in Asia,” says Robert Lönnblad, Finnair General Manager, Scandinavia.