Finland has reached new, liberal air services agreements with Argentina, Chile, Kenya and Tanzania. The agreements will make it possible to open flight services between the countries and further to other destinations.
The principles of these agreements will be applicable between the respective aviation authorities even before they enter into force, and the agreed services can be started at once. However, the agreement with Argentina only allows code-sharing flights before entry into force.
The new agreement with Australia will allow stopovers in connection with code share arrangements.
The agreements made with Jamaica in 2016 and with the Bahamas in 2013 have now been signed.
Ms Päivi Jämsä, Special Adviser, tel. +358 29 534 5683, paivi.jamsa(at)trafi.fi