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Finnair reduces its schedule in February as increasing sick leaves take their toll

Finnair made this announcement:

The omicron coronavirus variant and flu season has led to a significant increase of sick leave among staff at Finnair and its partners. To cope with the resource challenges, Finnair is now reducing its traffic program for the month of February by around 20% and offering other flight options to its customers. These flight cancellations will enable Finnair to operate a more flexible schedule and adapt to the expected rise in sick leave across different functions at Finnair and its partners.

“Staff sick leave is now significantly impacting Finnair and airports in Finland as well as throughout the world. We aim to meet these resourcing challenges through the cancellation of flights, to avoid last-minute changes and better manage our customers’ expectations. This will give customers more time to prepare for flight schedule changes and adjust their travel plans if needed,” says Ole Orvér, Chief Commercial Officer at Finnair.

“We are sorry for the inconvenience and disruption this may cause to our customers. However, reducing our traffic program is necessary to better offer a smooth travel experience in the face of the expected resource challenges,” Orvér continues.
The majority of the cancelled flights are on routes where Finnair operates multiple daily flights, so many customers will be offered an alternative flight on the same day. These destinations include, for example, services to Stockholm, Oslo, Copenhagen, Paris and Rome.

Changes will also take place to long-haul flights: the inaugural of Finnair’s new Dallas service will move from February to March 27 and the start of the Nagoya flights, and added frequencies to Osaka, will move to the summer season 2022. Finnair will also reduce weekly frequencies to Singapore to twice a week and to Hong Kong to three. Finnair will be in touch with those customers affected by the cancellations via email and do its best to find alternative flights for them. Finnair will send the new flight details via email and customers can check them online through the Manage Booking or via the Finnair mobile app. Customers with cancelled flights also have the option to apply for a refund for unused tickets.

During the pandemic, Finnair has offered exceptional flexibility for all bookings and customers have been able to change their travel dates without a change fee. Until 28 February 2022, customers can change their travel dates as many times as they need, without any additional change fee. After that, they can make one additional change. Customers have used this opportunity actively, and the change requests have caused backlogs at Finnair’s Customer Service, which has recruited dozens of new employees to cope with the demand. In most cases, customers can make the change themselves online through the Manage Booking service.

Despite these proactive actions, last minute changes to flights are still possible due to sick leaves or weather-related disruption. In addition, the strike announced by Finnish labour union Pro for 17 January can also cause more disruption and therefore flight cancellations. Finnair is not a party in the dispute between the two labour unions, but any strike action would still have an impact upon Finnair aircraft maintenance. With our continued priority on safety, Finnair has therefore made special arrangements to secure the continued maintenance of its aircraft during the potential strike.

Finnair’s traffic rose in December

In December, Finnair carried 602,700 passengers, which was 551.4% more than in December 2020. The number of passengers in December 2021 was 23.8% more than in November 2021 (month-on-month figures are not fully comparable as there is one fewer day in November).

The COVID-19 impact, including the strict travel restrictions imposed by several countries due to the Omicron variant, still affected all passenger traffic figures. It was particularly visible in the North Atlantic and Asian figures even though travel from both Finland and Sweden to the United States and e.g. Thailand opened in November, thereby increasing the number of passengers carried by Finnair.

The overall capacity, measured in Available Seat Kilometres (ASK), increased in December by 554.4% year-on-year and by 26.8% month-on-month. Finnair operated, on average, 230 daily flights (cargo-only included), which was 206.7% more than in December 2020 and 15.6% more than in November 2021. The differences between capacity figures compared to December 2020 are explained by the longer average stage length of flights operated and by the larger gauge of aircraft operated. Finnair’s traffic, measured in Revenue Passenger Kilometres (RPKs), increased by 1,081.5% year-on-year and by 49.8% month-on-month. The Passenger Load Factor (PLF) increased by 24.3% points to 54.4% year-on-year and by 8.4% points month-on-month.

The ASK increase in Asian traffic was 334.6% year-on-year. In European traffic, the ASKs were up by 660.9%. The ASKs in domestic traffic increased by 181.1%.

RPKs increased in Asian traffic by 1,261.0%, in European traffic by 919.1% and in domestic traffic by 247.2% year-on-year.

The PLF was 38.9% in Asian traffic and 55.9% in North Atlantic traffic but both were supported by the very strong cargo operations. The PLF was 66.9% in European traffic and 64.5% in domestic traffic.

Passenger numbers increased in Asian traffic by 1,208.3%, in European traffic by 705.2% and in domestic traffic by 248.9% year-on-year.

In North Atlantic traffic, ASK, RPK and passenger number growth rates year-on-year cannot be calculated as there were no passenger flights in December 2020.

In December, available scheduled cargo tonne kilometres increased by 449.9% year-on-year (increased by 16.3% month-on-month) and revenue scheduled cargo tonne kilometres increased by 347.1% (increased by 3.1% month-on-month), both due to the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on scheduled flights, especially in North Atlantic traffic, in December 2020. Cargo-related available tonne kilometres increased by 145.6% year-on-year (increased by 9.7% month-on-month) and revenue tonne kilometres increased by 107.4% (decreased by 0.1% month-on-month) and both include the cargo-only flights, operated mainly between Europe and Asia, as well as between Europe and North America. Even though cargo-only tonnes were down by 11.6% year-on-year and by 8.8% month-on-month, exceptionally strong demand for cargo capacity continued in December as the total cargo tonnes increased by 109.2% year-on-year and by 1.2% month-on-month (December was a new record month during the pandemic).

In December, 56.3% of all Finnair flights arrived on schedule (89.3%). In addition to severe weather conditions, on-time performance was impacted by COVID-19-related challenges, such as new travel restrictions imposed on short notice, which required additional travel document checks, and higher-than-normal sick leaves, which caused resourcing challenges both internally and for service providers in the home hub as well as in outstations.

Traffic statistics for January 2022 will be published on Tuesday 8 February 2022.

Finnair Traffic Performance December 2021
Month % Change YTD % Change
Total traffic
Passengers 1,000 602.7 551.4 2,852.3 -18.2
Available seat kilometres mill 2,538.5 554.4 12,094.2 -6.5
Revenue passenger kilometres mill 1,381.6 1,081.5 5,178.2 -36.5
Passenger load factor % 54.4 24.3p 42.8 -20.2p
Cargo tonnes total 14,245.1 109.2 105,014.1 46.4
Available tonne kilometres mill 435.9 219.3 2,592.2 6.4
Revenue tonne kilometres mill 225.6 278.2 1,232.2 1.5
Asia
Passengers 1,000 Asia 45.3 1,208.3 124.7 -75.1
Available seat kilometres mill Asia 905.9 334.6 4,463.0 -27.5
Revenue passenger kilometres mill Asia 352.8 1,261.0 956.3 -75.1
Passenger load factor % Asia 38.9 26.5p 21.4 -40.9p
Europe
Passengers 1,000 Europe 364.3 705.2 1,923.8 -5.4
Available seat kilometres mill Europe 922.6 660.9 4,644.7 -8.2
Revenue passenger kilometres mill Europe 617.6 919.1 3,053.8 -2.8
Passenger load factor % Europe 66.9 17.0p 65.7 3.7p
North Atlantic
Passengers 1,000 North Atlantic 40.2 N/A 94.4 14.8
Available seat kilometres mill North Atlantic 546.4 N/A 2,282.5 168.9
Revenue passenger kilometres mill North Atlantic 305.6 N/A 703.5 8.7
Passenger load factor % North Atlantic 55.9 N/A 30.8 -45.4p
Domestic
Passengers 1,000 Domestic 152.9 248.9 709.3 -18.4
Available seat kilometres mill Domestic 163.7 181.1 704.0 -19.2
Revenue passenger kilometres mill Domestic 105.6 247.2 464.6 -11.4
Passenger load factor % Domestic 64.5 12.3p 66.0 5.8p
Cargo traffic
Europe tonnes 1,254.5 416.2 4,655.0 -48.7
North Atlantic tonnes 2,493.7 N/A 13,473.3 430.0
Asia tonnes 6,538.7 212.0 41,749.7 23.7
Domestic tonnes 32.7 5.0 349.3 2.6
Cargo scheduled traffic total tonnes 10,319.6 335.5 60,227.3 31.8
Cargo flights tonnes** 3,925.5 -11.6 44,786.9 72.0
Cargo Traffic tonnes total 14,245.1 109.2 105,014.1 46.4
Available tonne kilometres* mill 143.1 145.6 981.4 36.5
Revenue tonne kilometres mill 102.3 107.4 771.1 58.9
Available sched. cargo tonne kms* mill 107.7 449.9 571.7 16.9
Revenue sched. cargo tonne kms mill 72.8 347.1 431.1 47.0
Cargo load factor* % 71.5 -13.2p 78.6 11.0p
– North-Atlantic cargo load factor* % 65.1 N/A 70.7 4.4p
– Asia cargo load factor* % 74.7 -12.3p 83.0 17.9p
Scheduled traffic cargo load factor* % 67.6 -15.5p 75.4 15.5p

* Based on average operational cargo capacity

** Including purchased traffic

  • Change %: Change compared to the figures of the respective periods in the previous year (p = points, N/A = not available).
  • Available seat kilometres. ASK: Total number of seats available multiplied by kilometres flown.
  • Revenue passenger kilometres. RPK: Number of revenue passengers carried multiplied by kilometres flown.
  • Passenger load factor: Share of revenue passenger kilometres of available seat kilometres.
  • Available tonne kilometres. ATK: Number of tonnes of capacity for carriage of passengers, cargo and mail multiplied by kilometres flown.
  • Revenue tonne kilometres. RTK: Total revenue load consisting of passengers, cargo and mail multiplied by kilometres flown.
  • Overall load factor: Share of revenue tonne kilometres of available tonne kilometres.

Finnair adds Seattle/Tacoma to its network and continues direct flights from Stockholm to Los Angeles and New York during the summer season

Finnair expands its network in the United States and opens flights from Helsinki to Seattle/Tacoma starting June 1, 2022. In the summer season 2022, Finnair will operate three weekly flights to Seattle on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.

Finnair also continues to expand its presence in the US by continuing direct flights to New York John F. Kennedy Airport and Los Angeles International Airport from Stockholm, Sweden, through the summer season. From May 1, 2022, Finnair will increase frequencies for these connections. Finnair will fly from Stockholm to New York daily, and to Los Angeles four times a week.

In the summer season 2022, Finnair will fly from Helsinki also to Dallas/Fort Worth, New York, Los Angeles and Chicago.

Finnair to digitalize coronavirus certificate checks

Finnair made this announcement:

Checking coronavirus related certificates is an important part of international travel today and requires effort from both travelers and airlines. Finnair now introduces a new digital tool with which customers can confirm their coronavirus certificates before their journey. The service is available as of 3 December 2021 for travelers from Finland to Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Greece, Latvia, Lithuania, the Netherlands, Norway, Spain and Switzerland as part of the current check-in done online or through the Finnair app. The current list of countries is subject to change due to, for example, additional authority travel requirements. The tool will be expanded to other destination countries at a later stage.

The new tool digitalizes parts of the current paper documentation system for corona related travel document management and checks at airports. With the tool, people traveling to the included destinations can confirm that they have the corona certificates required by the destination authorities. Travelers can do this as part of the check-in online or through the Finnair app. Customers will get a “clear to travel” confirmation together with an online boarding pass. No certificate checks are needed at the airport. However, corona related travel documents may be asked at the destination.

The new tool will be introduced in two phases. On 3 December 2021, customers traveling from Finland to Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Greece, Latvia, Lithuania, the Netherlands, Norway, Spain and Switzerland will be able to use it. Early next year, we will add an upload functionality into the tool, which enables customers to upload or scan their corona certificates for verification. With this feature in place, the service will become available for more destinations and customers.

Finnair to start flights to Bergen and Tromsø in Norway in collaboration with Widerøe

Finnair will start flying between Helsinki and Bergen and Tromsø in Norway on December 14, 2021. The routes will be operated by Norwegian regional airline Widerøe, and the flights are sold and marketed by Finnair.

During the winter season until the end of March, flights from Bergen to Helsinki are operated on Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays. In the summer season from the beginning of April, Finnair will fly to Bergen daily. The flight between Tromsø and Helsinki takes place on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. The flight schedules will offer customers convenient connections to Finnair’s European network, as well as Finnair’s extensive connections to Asia and the United States.

The flights will be operated with DHC-8-400 aircraft. The onboard service will be based on the Finnair dual-class service concept

Finnair to fly to nearly 100 destinations in summer 2022 – opens new routes to Busan, Tokyo Haneda and Dallas/Fort Worth

Finnair Airbus A330-302 OH-LTU (msn 1173) JFK (Fred Freketic). Image: 949673.

Finnair is preparing for the continued expected gradual opening of Asia, and plans to serve nearly 100 destinations in Asia, the US and Europe during the summer season, which begins on 27 March 2022. Finnair will open new long-haul routes to Busan in South Korea, Tokyo Haneda, Dallas in the US, and will also have Sapporo as a summer destination for the first time.

If travel restrictions allow, Finnair will resume service to all the five destinations in Japan it served before the pandemic – Tokyo, Osaka, Nagoya, Fukuoka and Sapporo – and launch a new service to Tokyo’s Haneda Airport. Altogether, Finnair will fly up to 40 weekly flights between Helsinki and Japan in summer 2022. Finnair flies daily to Tokyo Narita and Haneda, offering a total of 14 weekly frequencies to the capital of Japan. Finnair also flies daily to Nagoya and Osaka and will introduce double dailies to Osaka in June.  Finnair’s Sapporo route will be introduced for the summer season for the first time with two weekly frequencies, and Fukuoka in Southern Japan is served with three weekly flights.

Finnair connects customers to key Asian megacities, flying to Shanghai and daily to Hong Kong, Seoul, Singapore and Bangkok. Finnair offers daily flights to Delhi as of June. The new Busan route in South Korea will be launched in March with three weekly frequencies.

In North America, Finnair will fly to Chicago, Los Angeles and New York, and open a route to Dallas as a new destination. Dallas will be added to the network as of 7 February 2022 and will be operated four times a week, with excellent connections to Finnair’s partner American Airlines’ network.

 

As intercontinental traffic grows, Finnair will also strengthen its European network from Helsinki with smooth connections to more than 70 European cities, including new destinations Zagreb and Larnaca. Finnair offers double daily flights to cities like Amsterdam, Düsseldorf, Hamburg, Vienna, Zürich, Gdansk and Milan, and even more daily frequencies to Paris, London, Berlin, Warsaw, Brussels, St Petersburg as well as the Scandinavian and Baltic cities.

The Helsinki Airport is expanding, with the new Terminal 2 entrance, arrivals hall and travel centre with the new parking and public transportation arrangements opening in December 2021, and new security control and check-in area opening in summer 2022. The expansion of the airport further supports the Finnair customer experience with smooth and reliable transfers at Helsinki.

Top Copyright Photo: Finnair Airbus A330-302 OH-LTU (msn 1173) JFK (Fred Freketic). Image: 949673.

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Finnair complements Turku and Tampere flight connections with bus connections to lower the CO2 footprint of the route as of summer 2022

Finnair will resume flights to two of its domestic destinations, Turku and Tampere, where flight connections have been on hold since spring 2020 due to the pandemic. Finnair will complement the flight connections to Turku and Tampere with a new type of bus connection, to reduce the CO2 footprint of these routes. The routes are among the shortest in Finnair network, although they have been operated with energy-efficient ATR aircraft, their emissions load per passenger is clearly heavier than on other routes.

The scheduled time for flights to Turku and Tampere is 35 minutes, but the actual flight time is even shorter, about 25 minutes. Such short flights are usually operated only in areas where the terrain is difficult and the flights cross sea areas or mountains, for example. Intermodality is a growing trend, and there is already a wider debate in Europe on how to limit the number of short-haul flights.

According to a study based on Finnair’s customer data, the majority of those departing from Turku or Tampere already used a non-flight connection to arrive at Helsinki Airport in 2019, when the flights were operated with several daily frequencies.  A smooth bus connection offers an opportunity to reduce CO2 emissions also for customers who would otherwise travel to Helsinki Airport by car.

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Finnair and Pihlajalinna to offer affordable COVID-19 testing for Finnair’s customers

Finnair starts co-operation with Pihlajalinna and offers its customers easy and fast access to coronavirus testing prior to travel. Finnair’s customers can get a RT-PCR test for 93 euros and a rapid antigen test for 80 euros. The service is available from 3 November 2021 at all Pihlajalinna test locations in Finland.

From today, the test can be booked on the Pihlajalinna website at www.pihlajalinna.fi/finnair. The test result and the English certificate will be received digitally within 24 hours, and the test result will also be transferred to My kanta. The affordable test is available to all customers who have booked a Finnair flight.

The entry requirements of different countries can be checked on the travel restriction map on Finnair’s website or on the websites of the authorities of the countries. Finnair will also continue to offer PCR and rapid antigen testing at its own office near Helsinki Airport.

Finnair moves into SAS’ main hub, launches flights from Stockholm Arlanda to Bangkok, Phuket and Miami

Delivered on February 10, 2020

Finnair made this announcement on social media:

Our first direct flights from Stockholm to Bangkok, Phuket and Miami have departed. LAX flights will start in November and JFK in December.

The Phuket flight got a water salute from our partners at Swedavia. We are delighted to offer these new, direct connections to Swedish travelers!

Top Copyright Photo: The A350 prepares to depart ARN bound for MIA. Finnair Airbus A350-941 OH-LWP (msn 392) ARN (Stefan Sjogren). Image: 955677.

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Finnair reports a clear improvement especially in short-haul passenger traffic figures, excellent month for cargo

Finnair Airbus A330-302 OH-LTN (msn 1007) JFK (Fred Freketic). Image: 949671.

Finnair issued this traffic report:

In September, Finnair carried 298,200 passengers, which was 158.1% more than in September 2020. The number of passengers in September 2021 was 11.9% more than in August 2021 (month-on-month figures are not fully comparable as there is one fewer day in September).

The COVID-19 impact, including the strict travel restrictions imposed by several countries, still affected all passenger traffic figures. It was particularly visible in the North Atlantic and Asian figures.

The overall capacity, measured in Available Seat Kilometers (ASK), increased in September by 151.3% year-on-year and by 12.9% month-on-month. Finnair operated, on average, 144 daily flights (cargo-only included), which was 73.5% more than in September 2020 and 13.4% more than in August 2021. The differences between capacity figures compared to September 2020 are explained by the longer average stage length of flights operated and by the larger gauge of aircraft operated. Finnair’s traffic, measured in Revenue Passenger Kilometers (RPKs), increased by 220.0% year-on-year and by 8.9% month-on-month. The Passenger Load Factor (PLF) increased by 8.7% points to 40.5% year-on-year but decreased by 1.5% points month-on-month.

The ASK increase in Asian traffic was 20.9% year-on-year. In European traffic, the ASKs were up by 179.6%. The ASKs in domestic traffic increased by 25.2%.

RPKs increased in Asian traffic by 26.6%, in European traffic by 339.8% and in domestic traffic by 34.3% year-on-year.

The PLF was 19.4% in Asian traffic and 16.1% in North Atlantic traffic but both were supported by the very strong cargo operations and a high cargo load factor. The PLF was 65.5% in European traffic and 70.7% in domestic traffic.

Passenger numbers increased in Asian traffic by 27.6%, in European traffic by 254.6% and in domestic traffic by 35.2% year-on-year.

In North Atlantic traffic, ASK, RPK and passenger number growth rates year-on-year cannot be calculated as there were no passenger flights in September 2020.

In September, available scheduled cargo tonne kilometers increased by 165.7% year-on-year (increased by 9.6% month-on-month) and revenue scheduled cargo tonne kilometers increased by 136.8% (increased by 14.9% month-on-month), both due to the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on scheduled flights, especially in North Atlantic traffic, in September 2020. Cargo-related available tonne kilometers increased by 167.8% year-on-year (increased by 37.8% month-on-month) and revenue tonne kilometers increased by 148.8% (increased by 45.1% month-on-month) and both include the cargo-only flights, operated mainly between Europe and Asia, as well as between Europe and North America. Cargo-only tonnes were up by 156.3% year-on-year and by 137.6% month-on-month. Demand for cargo capacity was exceptionally strong in September and, therefore, the total cargo tonnes increased by 139.4% year-on-year and by 45.9% month-on-month (September was a record month during the pandemic). Also, the cargo load factor remained high.

In September, 92.7% of all Finnair flights arrived on schedule (96.2%).

Traffic statistics for October 2021 will be published on Friday 5 November 2021.

Finnair Traffic Performance September 2021
Month % Change YTD % Change
Total traffic
Passengers 1,000 298.2 158.1 1,329.3 -58.6
Available seat kilometers mill 1,246.6 151.3 5,913.3 -49.4
Revenue passenger kilometres mill 505.0 220.0 2,110.1 -72.9
Passenger load factor % 40.5 8.7p 35.7 -30.9p
Cargo tonnes total 9,567.2 139.4 63,351.9 21.5
Available tonne kilometers mill 245.1 127.5 1 474.3 -27.4
Revenue tonne kilometers mill 115.7 172.6 656.4 -36.8
Asia
Passengers 1,000 Asia 8.1 27.6 46.4 -90.5
Available seat kilometers mill Asia 314.3 20.9 2,315.1 -57.6
Revenue passenger kilometres mill Asia 60.9 26.6 349.3 -90.7
Passenger load factor % Asia 19.4 0.9p 15.1 -53.4p
Europe
Passengers 1,000 Europe 217.9 254.6 874.9 -53.8
Available seat kilometers mill Europe 530.0 179.6 2,217.7 -52.3
Revenue passenger kilometers mill Europe 347.4 339.8 1,282.6 -56.6
Passenger load factor % Europe 65.5 23.9p 57.8 -5.7p
North Atlantic
Passengers 1,000 North Atlantic 7.6 N/A 31.7 -61.4
Available seat kilometers mill North Atlantic 344.0 N/A 998.6 17.6
Revenue passenger kilometers mill North Atlantic 55.5 N/A 230.9 -64.3
Passenger load factor % North Atlantic 16.1 N/A 23.1 -53.1p
Domestic
Passengers 1,000 Domestic 64.5 35.2 376.2 -49.4
Available seat kilometers mill Domestic 58.3 25.2 381.9 -47.0
Revenue passenger kilometers mill Domestic 41.2 34.3 247.3 -43.9
Passenger load factor % Domestic 70.7 4.8p 64.7 3.5p
Cargo traffic
Europe tons 309.3 5.3 1,805.1 -78.1
North Atlantic tons 2,205.9 N/A 6,256.9 146.1
Asia tons 3,210.4 47.0 23,832.2 -11.4
Domestic tons 31.4 -1.5 247.5 -1.1
Cargo scheduled traffic total tons 5,757.0 129.4 32,141.8 -15.3
Cargo flights tons** 3,810.2 156.3 31,210.1 120.1
Cargo Traffic tons total 9,567.2 139.4 63,351.9 21.5
Available tonne kilometers* mill 91.5 167.8 587.4 5.1
Revenue tonne kilometers mill 70.8 148.8 468.8 36.6
Available sched. cargo ton kms* mill 55.7 165.7 297.2 -30.6
Revenue sched. cargo ton kms mill 41.2 136.8 230.6 -3.9
Cargo load factor* % 77.4 -5.9p 79.8 18.4p
– North-Atlantic cargo load factor* % 69.5 N/A 68.4 2.1p
– Asia cargo load factor* % 85.8 -2.0p 85.6 24.9p
Scheduled traffic cargo load factor* % 73.9 -9.0p 77.6 21.6p

* Based on average operational cargo capacity

** Including purchased traffic

  • Change %: Change compared to the figures of the respective periods in the previous year (p = points, N/A = not available).
  • Available seat kilometres, ASK: Total number of seats available multiplied by kilometres flown.
  • Revenue passenger kilometres, RPK: Number of revenue passengers carried multiplied by kilometres flown.
  • Passenger load factor: Share of revenue passenger kilometres of available seat kilometres.
  • Available tonne kilometres, ATK: Number of tonnes of capacity for carriage of passengers, cargo and mail multiplied by kilometres flown.
  • Revenue tonne kilometres, RTK: Total revenue load consisting of passengers, cargo and mail multiplied by kilometres flown.
  • Overall load factor: Share of revenue tonne kilometres of available tonne kilometres.

Top Copyright Photo: Finnair Airbus A330-302 OH-LTN (msn 1007) JFK (Fred Freketic). Image: 949671.

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