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World of Finnair Highlights of the month

Moominmania A touch of Nordic Finnair celebrates its Nordic roots with a new Business Class service, offering customers a restaurant-like dining experience with more food and wine options served on-demand. Business Class passengers will also receive more individualised service with dedicated cabin crew. To round out the new concept, Business Class passengers on

long-haul flights departing in the morning from Asia will be treated to a kahvikutsut – which is a Finnish tradition of coffee accompanied by Karelian pies, cinnamon buns, or coffee cake. The concept launches o ­n ­February 7 on flights to Seoul, Tokyo, and Shanghai. The remaining long-haul flights will follow in the spring and summer.

The beloved Finnish Moomins are the stars of Finnair’s new family travel concept. Various characters, images, and material will accompany families throughout their journey, ranging from a Moomin-themed check-in counter to luggage tags and onboard giveaways, like a Moomin Finlayson towel. Children travelling in Business Class will receive an exclusive Moomin amenity kit. Young passengers will also be able to enjoy the popular Moomin animation series via the in-flight entertainment system. The concept takes off on Finnair flights during the first half of this year.


Finnair Saya Ito from Japan is our 2 millionth customer on our Asian routes this year. #growth #aviation

feelfinnair Every inch of the airplane is checked before technical acceptance is completed. #aviation #toulouse #a350

Finnair Finnair’s 11th A350 aircraft carries new, beautiful Kivet (stones) livery from Marimekko. Watch a video of the painting process.



Blue Wings Functional issue January 2018  
Blue Wings Functional issue January 2018