For Eurowings Discover Wetlease: Finnair offers regular A350 tickets to Germany

Airbus A350 (Photo: V1Images.com/Mikael Nyman).
Airbus A350 (Photo: V1Images.com/Mikael Nyman).

For Eurowings Discover Wetlease: Finnair offers regular A350 tickets to Germany

Airbus A350 (Photo: V1Images.com/Mikael Nyman).
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Oneworld member Finnair will operate two one-way Airbus A14-2022 flights from Helsinki to Germany on 350 May 900. These lead to Frankfurt am Main or Munich and can be booked regularly. The “special mission” of the long-haul aircraft has a reason: from May 15, 2022, the Finnish carrier will be flying on behalf of Eurowings Discover.

The Lufthansa subsidiary also takes two Airbus A220-300s intended for short and medium-haul routes three Airbus A350-900 operated by Finnair into the wet lease. These are used from Munich and Frankfurt am Main. However, the Finnish airline does not operate empty flights for the purpose of transfer to Germany, but offers regular tickets. Two machines of this type are stationed in Frankfurt and one in Munich.

Flight number AY1401 will be flying from Helsinki to Munich on May 14, 2022. In economy class, tickets are available from 145,01 euros. In business class, at least 256,01 euros are incurred. The Frankfurt flight will operate on May 14, 2022 as AY1415. The starting price in economy class is 118,01 euros and in business class 254,01 euros. The third Airbus A350-900 will be transferred from Helsinki to Frankfurt am Main on May 29, 2022. Flight tickets can also be purchased for this flight, which is scheduled as AY1415. These are available from EUR 143,01 in Economy Class and from EUR 454,01 in Business Class.

With the help of the rented long-haul aircraft, Eurowings Discover can fly to destinations including Las Vegas from the Bavarian capital. From Frankfurt am Main, Finnair will head for Tampa and also the US gambling metropolis.

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