Finnair continues to operate only a partial flight schedule due to an ongoing strike by cabin crew.
The dispute, with members of the Finnish cabin crew union SLSY, is over the airline’s plan to cut rest time between long haul flights from 36 hours to 24 hours.
The walk-out began at 1pm on November 30.
A Finnair spokeswoman said the airline has offered SLSY a fresh deal, which the union is expected to announce a decision on this afternoon.
Finnair said it is currently operating more than 40% of its flights.
The London-Helsinki route continues to run, along with flights from the Finnish capital to a number of European destinations including Stockholm, Gothenburg and Copenhagen.
Of the airline’s long-haul routes, only a daily flight between Helsinki and Bangkok is still running.
Finnair estimated each day of strike action is costing it more than €2 million.