Finnair launched its latest US route on 13 June from the Finnish capital, with new thrice-weekly services to Chicago O’Hare. It becomes the airline’s fourth transatlantic route. The oneworld member also operates flights to New York JFK and Miami in the US, and also operates services to Toronto in Canada. Passengers in Helsinki were entertained with live music and a ribbon cutting ceremony carried out by: Pekka Vauramo, Finnair CEO, and Ville Haapasaari, Helsinki Airport Director and Finavia’s SVP.
The inaugural flight lands at Chicago O’Hare and gets itself ready for a good wash by the airport’s fire trucks. The latest service becomes the airline’s fourth transatlantic route. The oneworld member also operates flights to New York JFK and Miami in the US, and also operates services to Toronto in Canada.
- Finnair launched two new routes this week from Helsinki (HEL), starting on the 13 June with its latest US destination, Chicago O’Hare (ORD). The 7,115-kilometre city pair will be operated thrice-weekly using the oneworld member’s A330-300s, and faces no direct competition. The service joins current US operations by the airline to New York JFK and Miami. On 14 June, the carrier began a new weekly service to Innsbruck (INN) in Austria. Flights will operate on the 1,698-kilometre sector each Sunday using the airline’s A320s, and also faces no direct competition. See how Chicago O’Hare Airport’s FTWA compares to others from around the world.