Publish Time：2022-07-06 17:29:51Source：NI Travel News
【Introduction】：Finnair is set to resume passenger flights to Hong Kong on 7 July, after a hiatus of five months.
Finnair is set to resume passenger flights to Hong Kong on 7 July, after a hiatus of five months.
Flights to the Asian airport will initially operate once per week and will be operated by the Nordic airline's state-of-the-art A350s.
From 4th August, customers on the route will also be able to enjoy the carrier’s elevated long-haul experience, with a brand-new Premium Economy cabin, renewed Business Class seat and refreshed Economy Class.
Services will depart the Finnish capital each Thursday at 00:05, arriving in Hong Kong at 17:15 local time. On the return, flights will leave Hong Kong at 20:45 each Friday, arriving at Finnair's home at 05:55 the following morning.
These services have been specifically timed to allow easy connections from Finnair's destinations across the UK & Ireland.
Currently, the Nordic Finnish flag carrier flies from Helsinki to London Heathrow, Manchester, Dublin and Edinburgh, with return fares from London to Hong Kong starting at GBP 484.