Finnair will introduce nonstop leisure flights to

first_imgFinnair will introduce non-stop leisure flights to Phuket as part of this year’s winter schedule using an Airbus A330 wide-bodied aircraft.This will allow passengers to travel more comfortably in either comfort class or economy class.Finnair Leisure flights’ sales manager Heidi Niemenlehto-Jarvinen said that passengers who wouldn’t normally travel in business class will now benefit from a similar level of comfort.”Passenger comfort will also be improved by the fact that stopovers will no longer be needed and the aircraft will fly to Phuket direct from Helsinki for the first time on Finnair’s own aircraft,” she explained.Flights to Phuket, which take effect on November 6th, will operate four times a week.Economy class passengers will benefit from new ergonomically designed seats featuring improved neck support.Finnair’s fourth Airbus A300 aircraft will make its first commercial flight to Delhi today.Following the inaugural flight, the aircraft will make a number of scheduled flights on the airline’s long-haul network.ReturnOne wayMulti-cityFromAdd nearby airports ToAdd nearby airportsDepart14/08/2019Return21/08/2019Cabin Class & Travellers1 adult, EconomyDirect flights onlySearch flights Map RelatedFlights to Istanbul launched by FinnairFlights to Istanbul launched by FinnairCheck-in offered to Finnar passengers at Stockholm Central stationFinnair passengers flying from Stockholm are now able to check-in to their flight at the city’s Central railway station.Oman Air to deploy Airbus A330 on flights to BangkokOman Air will operate a wide-body A330 aircraft on its flights to Bangkok from May 17th.last_img