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Finnair announces service to Helsinki from SEA Airport

Dec 07, 2021

Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (SEA) will welcome a new international airline with Finnair beginning service to Helsinki on June 1, 2022. The flight’s shorter polar routing will give passengers efficient connections not only to Scandinavia and Eastern European destinations like Poland and Russia, but also to popular destinations in Western Europe. Passengers will also be able to connect to one world alliance member Alaska Airlines’ extensive network through SEA. The new service will also highlight the Port of Seattle’s investment in the new International Arrivals Facility (IAF) scheduled to open in 2022.

“This is exciting to hear of Finnair’s new Seattle-Helsinki service which will provide additional options for travelers to reach more of the world directly from SEA,” said Lance Lyttle, SEA Airport Managing Director. “This is also a testament to the strength and attraction of the Seattle region as travel rebounds from the pandemic. In addition, we look forward to welcoming Finnair passengers into our brand new International Arrivals Facility, opening in early 2022.”

The three-times-a-week (Monday, Wednesday, and Friday) nonstop service to Helsinki (HEL) will operate using an Airbus A330.

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