Aviation

Finnair to focus more on India


DELHI

Finnish carrier – Finnair, the world’s fifth oldest airline which is still in operations — today turned 90, with more and more focus on Asia, particularly India.

According to airline officials, Finnair specialises in flights between Europe and Asia, offering direct connections from Helsinki to over 60 European destinations and 13 destinations in Asia.

Finnair was established on November 1, 1923, and offers direct connections from Helsinki to over 60 European and 13 Asian destinations.

“We build on a legacy of building better connections between Europe and Asia and our vision of doubling our Asian revenue by 2020,” CEO Pekka Vauramo said, adding Finnair has ferried over eight million passengers per year.

Full report here New Indian Express

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