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FINNAIR in a nutshell

Established in 1923, Finnair is one of the world’s oldest operating airlines. Finnair’s route network includes 17 destinations in Asia, 3 in North America and some 74 in Europe. In 2015, Finnair carried 10.3 million passengers. More than 1.6 million passengers fly between Asia and Helsinki each year.

TRAVEL TIPS MARIKA PAULI Manager, Ancillary Business “Still thinking about that flight? Well Finnair has introduced Hold my Booking, which allows you more time to decide. With the Hold my Booking option, your flight booking is placed on hold with a price guarantee for 72 hours. If you decide to complete your purchase within that time, no extra costs are incurred. When you book your flights, just choose the Hold my Booking payment option. If you do not complete your payment within 72 hours, the booking will automatically expire and a holding fee will be charged.” Go to for more information.”


YOUR FAVOURITE TRAVEL APP DOWNLOAD FINNAIR’S app on your mobile and enjoy an even smoother travel experience. Check-in, get flight alerts, and store your boarding passes all in one place. As a Finnair Plus member, you can view your profile and points balance, and even purchase services such as extra bags or an Economy Comfort seat. You can access the app with your Finnair Plus member ID or by using your booking reference number and surname. Learn more from


SAFER JOURNEY SAFETY INFORMATION is presented by the cabin crew at the start of each flight. This information is also listed on the safety instruction card in your seat pocket. Safety belts must remain fastened when the “Fasten safety belt” sign is on. For safety reasons we recommend keeping them fastened even when the sign has been switched off. Handheld devices can be used throughout the flight (including takeoff and landing) in airplane-mode. Laptops and larger devices must be stowed away during takeoff and landing, but can be used when the “Fasten safety belt” sign has been switched off.

Blue Wings Curiosity issue October 2016  
Blue Wings Curiosity issue October 2016