Airline tickets with Finnair
Finnair is the flag carrier and largest airline of Finland, with its headquarters in Vantaa and its main hub at Helsinki-Vantaa Airport. Finnair and its subsidiaries dominate both domestic and international air travel in Finland.
Finnair is the fifth oldest airline in the world with uninterrupted existence. In 2014, it transported 9.6 million passengers to over 60 European and 13 Asian destinations. As of March 2014, the airline employed 5,473 people.
Finnair Flight Tickets
Before booking your flight, for information on baggage allowance, check-in conditions and eventual fees applied by the airline when changing or cancelling a booking, please consult the airline information page.
Finnair Luggage Allowance
|BAGGAGE ALLOWANCE||BUSINESS||ECONOMY PRO/FLEXIBLE||ECONOMY STANDARD||ECONOMY LIGHT|
|Intercontinental flights||3 PC||2 PC||1 PC||-|
|Flights within Europe and the Middle East||2 PC||2 PC||1 PC||0 PC|
|Flights within Finland, Scandinavia and the Baltics||2 PC||2 PC||1 PC||0 PC|
|Children||same as adult||same as adult||same as adult||0 PC|
|Infants 0–2 years||1 PC||1 PC||1 PC||0 PC|
1 PC = one piece of baggage with the maximum weight of 23 kg and external dimensions (length + width + height) of up to 158 cm. A piece of special baggage, for example a musical instrument or golf equipment that fit in these measures can also be regarded as one piece of baggage. In addition, skis up to 220 cm are counted as one piece of baggage.
FINNAIR IDENTIFIED AS A NORDIC LEADER IN REPORTING CLIMATE CHANGE-RELATED INFORMATION
CDP, an international not-for-profit driving sustainable economies, has identified Finnair as one of the leading Nordic corporations to disclose climate change-related information to investors and the global marketplace.
Finnair was awarded a position on the Nordic Disclosure Leadership Index (CDLI), which comprises of organisations that have scored within the top 10% in the region.
“This recognition from CDP validates our efforts and ability to measure and disclose information related to climate change", says Pekka Vauramo, Finnair CEO. "Aviation is an energy-intensive industry, and it is important to understand the impact Finnair as an airline has on climate change to be able to take well-planned steps towards more sustainable aviation."
Finnair is committed to the common goal of the aviation industry to stabilise net aviation CO2 emissions at 2020 levels through carbon-neutral growth.
FINNAIR BECOMES THE FIRST EUROPEAN AIRLINE TO RECEIVE ITS FIRST AIRBUS A350 XWB
The first of Finnair's next-generation Airbus A350 XWB aircraft has been unveiled at a special delivery ceremony at the Airbus delivery centre in Toulouse, France on 7 October 2015. Finnair will be the first European airline to fly the Airbus A350 XWB.
"This moment heralds a new and exciting chapter in Finnair's 92-year history. The A350 is the future of flying and will give our passengers a completely new and enhanced travel experience," said Finnair CEO, Pekka Vauramo.
"At Airbus, we're proud and delighted to see Finnair, one of the world’s longest-standing and most respected airlines, become the first European carrier to fly the A350,” said Fabrice Brégier, Airbus President and CEO. “The A350's unrivalled fuel efficiency and passenger comfort make it the perfect aircraft to spearhead Finnair's Asian expansion."
Finnair has ordered a total of 19 A350's, making it the biggest investment in its history. The first four aircraft are expected to arrive in 2015, with another seven being delivered in 2016 and 2017. The complete order will be fulfilled by 2023.
The A350's first scheduled commercial flights from Helsinki to Amsterdam and Oslo will be on 9 October 2015 as a part of its crew familiarisation tour. The first Finnair Airbus A350 XWB will enter into long-haul service on 21 November 2015 on Finnair's Helsinki–Shanghai route.
Check in Procedures
ONLINE AND MOBILE CHECK-IN
Check in online either on your computer or on a mobile device, and avoid the queues. Online check-in opens 36 hours before departure. The service is available 24 hours a day, wherever you are
Save time before the departure of your flight and leave the check-in up to Finnair: if the client does not check-in online, Finnair will automatically do the check-in for the client and send their boarding pass to your mobile phone.
If the flight departs in the morning, the client will receive the check-in confirmation between 5 p.m. and 7 p.m. in the previous evening. If the flight departs in the afternoon, the client will receive the confirmation approximately three hours before the flight departure.
At Helsinki airport, clients can check in for their flight during the evening prior to departure, between 18:00 and 21:30. One member of the family can check in the entire family’s baggage, provided that he or she is in possession of all tickets and travel documents.
Evening check-in saves time on the day of departure, because the whole family can go straight to security control as soon as they reach the airport.