Finnair Opening Second Route From Miami, The Airline’s First Ever U.S. Flight From Sweden

Finnair has chosen Miami as the destination of their first-ever flights from Stockholm to the U.S.

It will become the second route operated by Finnair to Miami, along with service to Helsinki.

Finnair normally uses Helsinki as a base for all long-haul flights, but will begin operating intercontinental routes from the Swedish capital beginning in October.

Miami, Bangkok, and Phuket are the only three long-haul cities that Finnair will fly to from Stockholm.

Finnair’s Miami-Stockholm service begins with two weekly flights in October, and increases to three flights per week by late November.

Finnair flights from Miami to Helsinki will operate three times weekly during the upcoming winter schedule.

With Finnair’s new flights, there will be as many as eight weekly flights between Miami and Stockholm. SAS will also fly the route up to 5 times weekly this winter.

SAS will also fly from Miami to Copenhagen and Oslo.

In total, SAS and Finnair will operate five routes from MIA. All flights by both airlines will operate with Airbus A350s.

 

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Casey
2 months ago

This article was hard to Finnish

Anonymous
2 months ago

As far as I’m concerned, the article is a Turkey.

Anonymous
2 months ago

I’m surprised you deigned to comment.

Anonymous
2 months ago

Inga and Sven would be so proud.

Anonymous
2 months ago

I repeat myself but Tokyo please!!

Anonymous
2 months ago

Yes please bring in some classy tourists!!!

Anonymous
2 months ago

Yeah, bring in some “classy tourists” whom I’ll bet will be appalled when they see the chickens and roosters that run around in the streets of Miami.

Anonymous
2 months ago

Lol. You made my day.

Anonymous
2 months ago

this comment was unnecessary.

Anonymous
2 months ago

okay three 6 mafia

Anonymous
2 months ago

It’s the truth. And once they see South Beach, they’ll be on the return immediately. Miami is becoming a car-hole destination. Not safe, not clean and not cheap.

Anonymous
2 months ago

* craphole

Anonymous
2 months ago

you are absolutely correct…its a shame too

Anonymous
2 months ago

He’s not wrong…and deep down we know it.

Anonymous
2 months ago

Yeah, and those “classy tourist” might be even able to catch a boat load of illegal immigrants that just floated to this country from Cuba.

Anonymous
2 months ago

Miami will soon be Finnished.

Anonymous
2 months ago

The first two applies to Littlet Havana.

Anonymous
2 months ago

What’s wrong with the recently launched ATL-MIA Spirit flight? Baltimore, Newark, and Detroit too!

La Condesa de San Ignacio
2 months ago

No, I want the BIG MAMMAS from Hotlanta!

Anonymous
2 months ago

The hotels, restaurants, bars, and clubs don’t mind them either.

Anonymous
2 months ago

They actually do because those animals rarely pay, you literally have to run after them. ANIMALS

Anonymous
2 months ago

Funny how these same restaurants, hotels, clubs, and bars on Miami Beach who have to run after these so-called “ANIMALS” for their money, keep on renting to and serving them. Why is that O’wise one?

Anonymous
2 months ago

Because it’s illegal to discriminate? LOL

Anonymous
2 months ago

Great news. Miami’s global reach continues to expand. Waiting on Asia. Taiwan or Japan?

Anonymous
2 months ago

There needs to be a reason. Not enough Asian tourists come to Miami and our economy is not yet advanced enough for Asian companies (outside of real estate) to open offices.

Anonymous
2 months ago

That’s why they need to hurry up and build some resort casinos in Miami.

The Red Link
2 months ago

Another potential economy booster!

Anonymous
2 months ago

Great! But how do we cleanup and get rid of the current non- stop trash that keeps flying in and turning Miami into a hood rat central?