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Finnair Cargo network

2nd hub at Brussels Airport

Finnair Cargo's second hub at Brussels airport has strengthened Finnair’s global cargo offering and boosted efficient & fast transcontinental cargo flows (Asia – Europe – America).

Our current network provides Central European customers with fast connection to Finnair’s extensive Asian network offering belly cargo to 14 Asian destinations and two in North America.

Finnair Cargo’s 2nd hub, Brussels, is served with 3 weekly freighter rotations with flights on Wednesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. In addition there are 2-3 daily narrowbody flights, connecting to Finnair flights between Helsinki and 16 long-haul destinations.
 
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3rd cargo hub London - wide-body flights increase connectivity between Asia Pacific, Europe and the Americas


For improved service between Asia Pacific, Europe and the Americas Finnair offers wide-body passenger aircraft service to London (LHR) on Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays and Sundays. 

Finnair and IAG continue their Partner Plus cooperation, which offers enhanced network connectivity with confirmed bookings and a higher on-load priority. 

Winter specials: More frequencies to Delhi and double daily Bangkok service

 

Asian destinations

During winter season Finnair Cargo operates to&from following Asian destinations: Nagoya, Osaka, Tokyo Narita (twice daily), Seoul, Beijing, Shanghai, Hong Kong, Chongqing, Delhi, Bangkok and Singapore with Airbus A330/340/A350 XWB aircraft.

Bangkok route is served with double daily flights and Delhi route five times a week. 

Middle East

During winter season 2016-2017 Dubai route is served with six weekly rotations andTel Aviv route is flown twice a week.

Flight schedules are available through our schedule search

Contact information 

For shipments to/from the above mentioned destinations please contact your local Finnair Cargo Sales/Agent. (Please select your location from the drop down menu on the left of this page.)

Temperature controlled transport certified by IATA's Pharma CEIV certificate

Finnair Cargo passed IATA’s Center of Excellence for Independent Validators in Pharmaceutical Logistics program (CEIV Pharma) as first airline in the world. Finnair joined the program under the successful Brussels Airport CEIV Pharma Community approach, as Brussels is Finnair Cargo's 2nd hub.

Pharmaceuticals (e.g. vaccines, biotech medicines) are among the most delicate products transported as air cargo, and therefore, it is essential to ensure their transport follows a global standard and strict temperature control guidelines.

Further information on the CEIV Pharma program: http://www.iata.org/ceiv-pharma 

Next-generation Airbus A350 XWB aircraft on first Finnair long-haul routes

Finnair inaugurated a new era in transport between Europe and Asia – and opened a new chapter in its history – with the introduction of the next-generation Airbus A350 XWB aircraft. Finnair is the European A350 launch customer of this completely new aircraft type, which brings a significant increase in cargo capacity and substantially raises the bar for both environmental performance and operational efficiency, thanks to its superb payload/range capability and usage of lighter materials accross the aircraft.
The new aircraft ontributes to ever improving cargo shipping reliability as the expanded cargo capacity reduces the risk of offloadings.  

Finnair is also the first airline in the world to operate the A350 on scheduled services to China, with the A350 flying Beijing, Hong Kong and Shanghai routes. In addition to the Chinese routes the A350 also serves Bangkok nd Singapore routes, and within Europe the London route five times a week.

* Changes in aircraft type are possible for operational reasons.

Finnair has 19 A350 aircraft on order and plans to phase out its A340 aircraft by the end of 2017, leaving the entire widebody fleet comprised only of top-of-the-range Airbus A330 and A350 aircraft.

The eco-smart design of the A350 brings more than 20 per cent improvement in fuel efficiency and operating cost over the previous generation of aircraft in its class, significantly reducing the carbon footprint of Finnair and each shipment carried by the new aircraft.

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