Finnair is the flag carrier and largest airline in Finland. It is headquartered in Vantaa, on the grounds of Helsinki Airport, its main hub. Finnair and its subsidiaries dominate both domestic and international air travel in Finland. The airline flies to over 100 destinations in Europe, Asia, and North America. Finnair is a member of the one world alliance.
Economy Class is the standard class for most passengers. It provides comfortable seating, in-flight entertainment, and meal service. Economy Comfort is a premium economy class that offers more legroom, better seating options, enhanced meal service, and priority boarding. Business class passengers enjoy premium services, including priority check-in, access to lounges, lie-flat seats, gourmet dining, an extensive entertainment system, and extra baggage allowance. Finnair's long-haul flights often feature a Signature Class, which is a higher level of service than the traditional Business Class. It offers more privacy, exclusive dining options, and luxurious amenities.
In- Flight Amenities
Finnair provides a range of in-flight amenities depending on the class of travel and the route. These may include in-flight entertainment with a selection of movies, TV shows, music, and games complimentary meals and beverages, even in Economy Class. USB and power outlets for charging devices, Wi-Fi connectivity (available on some aircraft and routes), and amenity kits with essentials like blankets, pillows, and toiletries (typically in premium classes), Comfortable seating with adjustable headrests and legroom are some other add on.
Finnair's baggage policy can vary based on factors such as the class of travel, the route, and your Finnair Plus membership level. Economy Class typically includes one carry-on bag and one personal item. Checked baggage allowance varies based on the route and ticket type. Business Class passengers often enjoy increased baggage allowances for both carry-on and checked bags.
Finnair's cancellation policy may vary based on the type of ticket purchased, route, and other factors. Generally, tickets are divided into different fare classes, each with its own rules regarding cancellations, changes, and refunds. Flexible or refundable tickets usually offer more lenient cancellation and refund options, often allowing changes or cancellations with minimal fees. Non-refundable or restricted tickets may have more limited options for changes or cancellations, and fees may apply.