The announcement came shortly after Western Australia set a date for its reopening to two of the country’s most populous states.
The airline’s “Taste of Finnair” packages will soon be found at K-Group stores in Helsinki and other Finnish cities.
The flag carriers of Hong Kong and Singapore will not be operating quarantine-free services this month.
Customers with a connection time exceeding 10 hours will be eligible for the privilege.
The one-off sale allows would-be travelers to “bring the magic of flying into their homes” this Christmas.
By paying an extra US$260, those flying coach on one transatlantic route will get a taste of business class.
Popular Singaporean favorites like laksa and mee siam will be available from December on a rotational basis.
The major airports are among seven destinations being permanently dropped from the airline’s global network.
The two rival carriers could merge next year if a takeover deal is approved by antitrust regulators.