Flybe Finland’s flights will have Finnair’s flight number starting May 1
Starting May 1 all routes operated by Flybe Finland at their own commercial risk will become a part of Finnair's contract flying arrangements, and the flights will carry a Finnair (AY) flight designator instead of Flybe’s (BE) code. The routes are between Helsinki and the following destinations:
Finnair sells tickets to these routes starting March 10, 2015. Tickets can also be purchased from Flybe Finland until April 30, 2015.
The change to Finnair’s flight numbers may cause some changes to the schedules of Flybe Finland flights that have already been booked and which depart on 1 May 2015 and onward. The aim is to continue to offer all passengers good connections to the destination that they have originally booked. Passengers will be informed of possible changes in flight schedules starting 10 March by email or text message. Information will also be available on Finnair’s and Flybe’s websites.
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Finnair flies between Asia, Europe and North America with an emphasis on fast connections via Helsinki, carrying more than nine million passengers annually and connecting 15 cities in Asia with more than 60 destinations in Europe. The airline, a pioneer in sustainable flying, will be the European launch customer of the next-generation, eco-smart Airbus A350 XWB aircraft and is the first airline listed in the Leadership Index of the worldwide Carbon Disclosure Project. The only Nordic carrier with a 4-star Skytrax ranking, Finnair has also won the World Airline Award for Best Airline Northern Europe for the past five years running. Finnair is a member of oneworld, the alliance of the world's leading airlines committed to providing the highest level of service and convenience to frequent international travellers.