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Fly to These Popular European Destinations, Including the Happiest Country on Earth, With This Flight Sale — When to Book

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Finnish airline Finnair is making it easier to hop across the Atlantic this fall and winter with a flight sale for travelers planning ahead.

The sale, which must be booked by June 11, is available for travel in November through February with prices starting as low as $440 roundtrip, the airline shared with Travel + Leisure. Finnair flies to Europe from six destinations in the United States: Chicago, Dallas, Los Angeles, Miami, New York, and Seattle.

“With the heat of summer approaching, we know our customers in the US are already dreaming of their winter wonderland getaways to Europe, so we are excited to be launching this new sale,” Pasi Kuusisto, Finnair’s general manager of North America, said in a statement shared with T+L. “Finnair’s flights provide an important connection between the US and key markets in Europe and Asia, allowing important business routes to thrive and giving holidaymakers access to far flung destinations, so we know the sale will be warmly welcomed.”

Travel to the happiest country on earth with roundtrip flights to Helsinki, the capital of Finland, starting at just $447 round trip, or fly to neighboring Tallinn, Estonia, starting at just $446 roundtrip. Flights to Riga, Latvia, start at just $440 roundtrip; flights to Vilnius, Lithuania, start at just $446 round trip; and flights to Warsaw, Poland, start at just $444 roundtrip as part of the sale. 

Travelers who want to head a bit further can fly to Delhi, India, starting at just $793 roundtrip with the sale. 

As part of the promotion, travel to Europe is valid from Nov. 5 to Dec. 10, and from Jan. 8, 2025, to Feb. 28, 2025. Tickets to Delhi are valid from Nov. 3 to Nov. 27, and from Jan. 8, 2025, to Feb. 28, 2025.

Finnair operates a fleet of mostly Airbuses along with Embraer 190 and ATR 72-500 aircraft, according to the carrier. The airline offers several ticket types from the “economy superlight” fare, which does not include a carry-on bag, to business class options complete with a lie-flat bed with mattress pad and Nordic-inspired meals on long-haul flights.

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