As part of this deal, Finnair’s Helsinki hub will now offer Turkish Airlines TK service on a number of routes including Kuopio, Vaisala, Oulu, Rovaniemi, Rovaniemi, Rovaniemi, Rovaniemi, Rovaniemi, Rovaniemi, Reykjavik, Tallinn, Tartu.
As travel begins to improve and customers are once again able to fulfil their trip ambitions, Finnair CEO Ole Orver stated: “We are glad that we can provide more possibilities to Finnair customers.”
“Our vast network of links from Helsinki also welcomes Turkish Airlines customers to explore the Nordics.”
We are thrilled to be expanding our present interline cooperation through this codeshare arrangement with Finnair, Turkish Airlines’ chief investment and technology officer, Ahmet Bolat Phd, stated.
Our consumers have more choice now that joint flights are available to multiple destinations in Finland, Turkey and the Baltics, Iceland, South Europe and North Africa/the Middle East.
Finnair’s Chief Commercial Officer, Ole Orvér, said the airline is pleased to be able to provide additional options to customers now that travel is beginning to improve and consumers may again realize their travel goals. “Through our vast network of links from Helsinki, we also encourage Turkish Airlines’ passengers to discover the lovely Nordics.”
As the world’s largest airline, Turkish Airlines currently travels to more than 300 international passenger and cargo destinations in 127 countries, more than any other airline.
Turkish Airlines is a member of the Star Alliance, while Finnair is a member of the One World alliance.