Alaska Airlines Expands Finnair Codeshare Agreement

Alaska Airlines Finnair Codeshare

Alaska Airlines Expands Finnair Codeshare Agreement

Alaska Airlines has announced today a codeshare expansion with oneworld partner Finnair. Starting now, Finnair passengers can book connecting flights through Seattle, Alaska Airlines’ hometown airport, to more than 60 destinations throughout Alaska’s network for travel beginning June 1, 2022.

The codeshare flights with Alaska will be identified on Finnair’s website and the carrier’s other booking platforms. Finnair’s new nonstop service between Helsinki and Seattle begins June 1 with flights three times a week (Monday, Wednesday and Friday) on the airline’s Airbus A330 aircraft.

“We joined oneworld for the opportunity to expand partnerships with world-class airlines such as Finnair. This agreement will offer its customers and our guests amazing travel possibilities,” said Nat Pieper, senior vice president of fleet, finance and alliances at Alaska Airlines. “Connecting Finnair’s vast network across Europe and beyond with dozens of Alaska’s popular markets will bring the Continent and much of the West Coast closer together.”

Alaska became a oneworld members back in March. Since than it has added more than 250 codeshare routes, including partnerships with member airlines Qatar Airways and Iberia Airlines, and expanded cooperation with existing oneworld partners American Airlines, British Airways, Cathay Pacific, Finnair, Japan Airlines and Qantas Airways. By this summer, Alaska and these eight oneworld airlines will offer more than 78 daily international flights from SeattlePortlandSan Francisco and Los Angeles, enabling seamless connectivity to Alaska’s comprehensive network up and down the West Coast. 

Alaska guests can now fly to as many as 1,000 destinations around the world. Flyers can also earn and redeem miles with our highly acclaimed Mileage Plan program to fly on more than 20 oneworld and partner airlines worldwide.

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