Finnair boosts Heathrow service

FINNAIR is increasing the number of flights it operates to London Heathrow from four to five times daily.
The new frequency will be operated by the airline’s new A321. In addition to the five daily frequencies, Finnair offers two daily codeshare round-trips operated by Oneworld partner British Airways.
A statement says the fifth service enables greater connectivity, not just with London and other UK and Ireland destinations, but with North America too.

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