A new service launched by Finnair could allow frequent flyers to use their points in a new way, the airline has reported.

A new service launched by Finnair could allow frequent flyers to use their points in a new way, the airline has reported.

Travellers purchasing cheap flights to Thailand, India, Australia, Dubai or South Africa with the carrier and who are members of Finnair Plus will be able to purchase items using their points in a new internet shop.

Anna Korpi, spokesperson for Finnair Plus marketing, explained: “The idea to open the Plus Shop came directly from our frequent flyers, who have wished for wider opportunities to use their points.”

She added that it would make it easier for passengers to use smaller amounts of points than previously.

The Finnair Plus online store will accept cash, points, or a combination of both and around 1,300 products will be on offer, from Finnish design brands such as Normann Copenhagen, Eva Solo and Design House Stockholm.

Holidaymakers flying to Bangkok in July may wish to join in the celebrations of Asanha Bucha Day, honouring the first sermon given by Buddha.

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