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Finnair extends network to Vietnam
03/05/2012 | 18:27:00
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The Finland-flagged airline, Finnair on May 3 announced its network expansion to Vietnam by opening representative offices in Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City.

In Vietnam , Finnair is represented by its General Sales Agent – the East Sea Travel and Air Service Company.

Finnair cooperates with other airlines, such as Cathay Pacific, Vietnam Airlines and Jetstar, to carry passengers traveling from Vietnam via Bangkok , Singapore and Hong Kong to Finland and other destinations in Europe .

The expansion reflects the development of the airline in Asia , particularly in Southeast Asian markets.

Finnair operates routes linking 60 destinations in Europe and 11 destinations in Asia , using a fleet of more than 70 aircraft with an average age of 4-6 years.-VNA
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