Finnair Cancels its flights in Russian airspace to 6 March 2022.
Finnair joins many other European airlines and suspends its flights in Russian airspace for one week. They are preparing for the possible upcoming regulatory changes. This is in addition to Finnair suspending all operations in the Ukrainian airspace for the time being.
Finnair will cancel flights to Seoul, Osaka, Tokyo and Shanghai in Asia and to Moscow and St. Petersburg in Russia on 27 February – 6 March 2022.
Finnair continues flying from Helsinki to Bangkok, Phuket, Singapore and Delhi and from Stockholm Arlanda to Bangkok and Phuket. The airline will avoid using the Russian airspace which lengthens the travel time approximately one hour.
Finnair states “Safety is always our first priority. We are following the situation closely and will update any new information on this page. We are sorry for any inconvenience this may cause you and do our best to minimise the effects to you”.
For further information relating to Finnair, see https://www.finnair.com/ie-en/flight-information/travel-updates/flight-cancellations-to-asia-and-russia-on-27-2–6-3-2022-2548100
KLM Suspends Services to Kyiv, Moscow, St Petersburg & Certain Asia Destinations
KLM Suspends Services to Kyiv (Ukraine) following the closure of Ukrainian airspace. In addition, KLM has decided to suspend flights to and from Russia as well as the overflight of Russian airspace until further notice as from 26 February 2022, with the following consequences:
– the suspension of flights to/from Moscow and Saint Petersburg until further notice,
– the temporary suspension of flights to/from China, Korea and Japan, while KLM studies flight plan options to avoid Russian airspace. The airline has individually informed all affected passengers. KLM would like to remind you that the safety and security of its flights, its customers and its crews is an absolute necessity.
For more details – https://www.klm.ie/information/travel-alerts
Delta withdraws Codeshare Services with Russian national Airline Aeroflot
Delta has withdrawn our codeshare services operated in conjunction with Russian national airline, Aeroflot, effective immediately.
Delta has removed their code from Aeroflot-operated services beyond Moscow’s Sheremetyevo Airport and removed Aeroflot’s code from Delta-operated services from Los Angeles and New York-JFK. Accommodations will be made for customers affected by these changes.
Delta does not operate services to Ukraine or Russia. For more information – https://news.delta.com/delta-suspends-codeshare-aeroflot