Oneworld carrier Finnair has been forced to suspend its Helsinki-Miami service for summer 2017 and cut Helsinki-Chicago frequencies, citing a temporary shortage of aircraft and crew. “Finnair will suspend its flights between Helsinki and Miami between May 4 and Sept. 29, and will also cancel two of its weekly frequencies on its Helsinki-Chicago route during the month of May,” Finnair said in a statement. Thrice-weekly services between Helsinki and Miami will resume Oct. ...

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