Ryanair started operating flights from Helsinki Airport last weekend. During the upcoming winter season, Ryanair will fly from Helsinki Airport to London, Milan, Riga, Warsaw, Brussels, Kaunas, Paris and Poznań. It will operate a total of 29 weekly flights to these destinations.
Ryanair’s first flight from Helsinki Airport was to Riga on Friday, 29 October. It was followed on Sunday by flights to Warsaw Modlin Airport, Kaunas Airport in Lithuania, Milan Bergamo Airport, Riga Airport in Latvia and London Stansted Airport. Today, on Monday, Ryanair flies from Helsinki to Paris Beauvais Airport and Poznań Airport in Poland. On Tuesday, Ryanair will operate a flight from Helsinki to Brussels-Charleroi Airport.
Ryanair will primarily use Boeing 737-800 aircraft to operate these routes.
In addition to the flights from Helsinki Airport, Ryanair will open a new twice-weekly route on 2 November from Tampere Airport to London Stansted Airport.
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