Finnair will be increasing the number of routes it offers between Helsinki and the American cities of Chicago and Miami starting next summer. This will enhance the number of onward destinations that are available to passengers traveling from all three cities.
Starting next April, Finnair will expand its Miami route to cover the entire year instead of only being a seasonal service. It will operate three times a week from Finnair’s Helsinki hub. European travelers will be able to take advantage of the area’s many beaches, entertainment facilities and cultural attractions whilst staying in one of the city’s luxury rentals. They will also be able to connect to a variety of destinations in Central and South America and the Caribbean through Miami International Airport.
As part of the announcement, Finnair has also revealed details of their plans to increase the frequency of their Chicago flights. Starting next summer, these will grow to five a week from the three that operated this summer. Once in Chicago, passengers can connect to a range of American airports via the American Airlines network. Alternatively, they can enjoy a break in the American Midwest’s biggest city, which was the skyscraper’s birthplace.
Those traveling into Helsinki on both routes will have the option of connecting to the airline’s large Asian network.
In addition to the flights into and out of Chicago and Miami, Finnair also operates a daily flight into New York’s JFK Airport. There are more than 120 daily flights from Europe to North America through Finnair or one of its joint business airlines.