The airline is eying Bangalore and Chennai, even as it began tapping the growing Indian traffic to Europe and North America, with Helsinki as the base.
Finnair is currently awaiting permission from the government to increase destinations to India.
"We currently operate seven flights a week to Delhi from Helsinki and five more to Mumbai. From this week, we are adding one more flight to Mumbai," said Taina Tornstrom, Finnair's director for Indian subcontinent.
"We also want to add more destinations and hope we get the permission after the next aviation pact with India,'' Tornstrom said, adding, Finnair's Asian passenger traffic grew over 30 per cent last year thanks to India operations.
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