Finnair increases frequencies and capacity in Spain this winter with the focus on the Canary Islands

Finnair will increase its frequencies and capacity for routes between Spain and Helsinki for the winter season, which opens this Sunday, October 28, with several weekly frequencies at seven Spanish airports, as reported by the airline.

In the Canary Islands is where more flights will operate, connecting the Finnish capital with Las Palmas de Gran Canaria seven times a week, besides operating six weekly flights from Tenerife and one from Lanzarote. These frequencies represent an increase of 30% of the connections with respect to the previous year.

The company will operate daily flights from Barcelona every winter, ten flights a week from Madrid and two flights from Alicante. At the Malaga airport, it will carry out six flights a week, with the novelty that at Christmas and between February and March the route will be operated on an A330, a plane with greater capacity.

In addition, Finnair flights from Spain connect via Helsinki with the 19 Asian cities and the seven in America in which the company operates and with the rest of Finnish destinations.