Fly to Finland with Qantas from $931 return

Andrew Munro 17 July 2017

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Find yourself in Finland with some of the best prices this year.

Sorry, this sale is no longer running. Check our list of current flight sales to find a bargain!

It's always a good day when you get flights to Europe for under $1,000, especially when you're heading a bit further to Scandinavia.

Right now Qantas and Finnair have a good day for you, with flights to the capital of Finland, Helsinki starting at $931 out of Melbourne, for travel during October and November, as well as a few dates in early 2018.

These are on par with the exceptional prices we saw back in February for the same travel period, but now departure dates are only a few months away. This means, barring a last-minute seat sale, that this is probably your last chance at cheap flights to Finland in 2017.

The great prices are more than enough, but the great selection of departure cities, plus the chance of raking in Qantas points on one of the world's longest flights, are a great bonus.

These deals aren't part of any special sale, and will disappear once sold out.

  • Melbourne to Helsinki - From $931 return
  • Brisbane to Helsinki - From $957 return
  • Adelaide to Helsinki - From $962 return
  • Sydney to Helsinki - From $973 return
  • Canberra to Helsinki - From $994 return
  • Hobart to Helsinki - From $1,167 return

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