Due to the recent suspension of all group travel from China, Finnair will cancel its three weekly flights between Helsinki and Beijing Daxing International Airport between 5 February and 29 March, and its two weekly flights between Helsinki and Nanjing between 8 February and 29 March.
The airline will communicate these changes directly to customers who have bookings on these flights and offer the choice of either a change in travel date or destination, or a full ticket refund. It continues to operate daily to Beijing Capital Airport and to Shanghai, twice a day to Hongkong, and twice a week to Guangzhou.
“These cancellations are needed to manage the impacts of the recent suspension of group travel by Chinese authorities, which have a pronounced impact on the load factors of our Beijing Daxing and Nanjing flights,” said Jaakko Schildt, chief operating officer of Finnair.
The first quarter and especially the weeks following the Chinese New Year are typically seasonally low for Finnair’s Greater China routes. Finnair estimates that direct financial impact of group cancellations, ticket refunds and flight cancellations for its February figures is moderate.
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