Finland now welcomes travellers from several countries; Finnair serves over 30 destinations in July

Finnair has made this announcement:

As of July 13, 2020, Finland will open its borders for all travel from e.g. Australia, Austria, Belgium, Cyprus, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, the Netherlands, Slovenia, Slovakia and Switzerland, and allows work-related travel from China, Japan and Thailand as of July 13, 2020. Travellers from these countries can thus enter Finland without quarantine requirements. Finland opened its borders already in June for travel from Denmark, Estonia, Iceland, Latvia, Lithuania and Norway.

In line with opening borders, Finnair is increasing its traffic in July, flying 70-80 one-way flights a day to domestic, European and Asian destinations. In July, Finnair serves some 30 destinations in Europe, and flies to Tokyo, Seoul and Hong Kong in Asia. The number of destinations and frequencies will increase towards the autumn.

Finnair has the capability to increase flights rapidly, when travel restrictions are removed and demand recovers.

In July-August Finnair serves the following destinations:

Destinations in Finland 

  • Kuopio
  • Mariehamn
  • Oulu
  • Rovaniemi
  • Turku
  • Vaasa
  • Ivalo (from August)
  • Kittilä (from August)

Destinations in Europe 

  • Amsterdam
  • Berlin
  • Brussels
  • Budapest
  • Copenhagen
  • Düsseldorf
  • Frankfurt
  • Geneva
  • Gothenburg
  • Hamburg
  • London
  • Málaga
  • Manchester
  • Munich
  • Oslo
  • Paris
  • Prague
  • Riga
  • Stockholm
  • Tallinn
  • Vienna
  • Vilnius
  • Zurich

In August, Finnair will open more routes to Alanya, Antalya, Bergen, Crete (Chania and Heraklion), Dublin, Dubrovnik, Edinburgh, Milan, Palma, Rhodes, Rome, Split, Saint Petersburg and Warsaw.

Destinations in Asia 

  • Hong Kong
  • Seoul
  • Tokyo (Narita)

The Shanghai route is still subject to government approvals.

Changes in destinations are possible based on possible travel restrictions.

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