Finnair has confirmed that it will increase its flights to Delhi as it expands its Asian services.

Finnair has confirmed that it will increase its flights to Delhi as it expands its Asian services.

The carrier will start offering travellers a total of seven direct flights to the Indian city from January 6th.

“Growth is excellent in our main strategy area, namely Asia-Europe traffic. We have gradually increased flights to a number of Asian destinations, the latest being Delhi,” explained Finnair’s senior vice-president of commercial division Mika Perho.

Finnair recently increased its services to a number of major cities in Asia including Osaka, Nagoya and Seoul. In addition, the carrier is to offer flights to Singapore from May and to Hong Kong in June.

The airline operates a number of flights from Helsinki, including daily flights to more than 50 destinations in Europe as well as regular services to North American airports.

Written by Erin Marshall.

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