Qatar Airways will resume three weekly flights to Helsinki on Wednesday, 29 July, becoming the only Gulf carrier to serve four Nordic capitals.
Qatar , Qatar
29 July 2020, 12:00 AM
08 August 2020, 12:00 AM
Qatar Airways resumes flights to Helsinki on 29 July. Resumption of three weekly Helsinki flights will see Qatar Airways operate a total of 22 weekly flights to the Nordics, with daily flights to Oslo and Stockholm and five weekly flights to Copenhagen.
The airline’s mix of modern fuel-efficient aircraft has meant its network has never fallen below 30 destinations throughout this crisis and has enabled the airline to adapt its plans and quickly resume routes to rebuild its global network.
The airline continues to fly only the right-sized aircraft on all routes to the Nordics, reducing its environmental impact by offering the sensible and responsible capacity to meet both passenger and cargo demand.
Qatar Airways Group Chief Executive, Mr Akbar Al Baker said: “We are glad to see Helsinki return to our network, a significant indicator of the recovery of the Nordic travel market. With a total of 22 weekly flights to the region, we are delighted to be the first Gulf carrier to offer flights to the four Nordic capitals of Copenhagen, Helsinki, Oslo and Stockholm”.