Finnair offers new destinations this summer

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    Finnair, Finland’s flagship carrier began offering flights services between Incheon and Helsinki from 2008. This summer a new schedule offers flights to new destinations.

    The airline said it will start year-round flights to a new Asian destination, Chongqing in China, beginning from May 9. The new direct flight to Chongqing operates four times per week through the year. Finnair is the first airline to operate non-stop flights between Europe and the Chinese city.

    Since April 2, the airliner has also been operating flights between Helsinki and Dubrovnik, Croatia, which will continue through the end of summer.

    The company said flights to Tokyo and Barcelona from Helsinki will increase to 10 times and nine times a week in the summer. Flights to Budapest and Prague will also operated twice daily over the summer.

    Finnair has introduced an anti-jetlag headset for its passengers as part of efforts to upgrade customer services.

    The airliner said it began supplying the headset to customers on April 1, the first aviation firm to do so in the world.

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