Finnair today announced a new codeshare partnership with Alaska Airlines, which will further strengthen Finnair’s reach on the West Coast of the United States. Starting May 20, Finnair’s code will be added to flights operated by Alaska Airlines between San Francisco and the following cities: Seattle, Portland, Salt Lake City, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, San Diego, Orange County and Palm Springs. The new codeshares will offer smooth connections for Finnair customers connecting in San Francisco, where Finnair operates from Helsinki with up to three weekly frequencies between May 3 and December 5, 2018.

“We are very happy to collaborate once again with Alaska Airlines on this new codeshare agreement,” says Philip Lewin, head of partnerships and alliances at Finnair. “The new codeshares will help us widen our network on the West Coast and offer more options for our customers. San Francisco is a key destination for Finnair and we have just extended the season until early December due to strong demand.”

"Our Mileage Plan members are now able to fly Finnair to over 60 destinations in Europe from San Francisco, as well as from Chicago, New York's JFK and Miami,” said Charles Breer, Alaska Airlines managing director of alliances. “We’re pleased to add this codeshare cooperation to our partnership, which offers our joint travelers greater convenience.”

Finnair and Alaska Airlines announced a frequent flyer partnership in May 2017, which enables members of both the Finnair Plus loyalty program and the Alaska Airlines Mileage Plan to earn and redeem miles or points on flights operated by both airlines. The new codeshare flights are available as of today and can be booked on