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Finnair completed rollout of its €200 million new long-haul cabin

Finnair has successfully completed the rollout of its new 200 million euro long-haul cabin renewal, with all long-haul aircraft now refurbished. The project included the launch of an entirely new Business Class seat, a brand-new Premium Economy cabin, and a refreshed Economy Class, giving customers the ultimate onboard experience. The cabin was first launched in 2022, and within the spac...

Reducing carbon emissions from flights - Finnair purchased 750 tons of Neste MY Sustainable Aviation Fuel

Finnair has purchased 750 tons of sustainable aviation fuel from its partner Neste for use on flights departing from Helsinki Airport. Finnair's customers are also involved in reducing carbon dioxide emissions from flights: a small part of the price of each flight ticket is directed to the costs of using sustainable aviation fuel. Finnair aims to achieve carbon neutrality by 2045, and sus...

Two Finnair A350 aircraft get a Moomin makeover

Finland much-loved storybook friends The Moomins are back on board with Finnair. Two A350 aircraft are now taking to the skies with special Moomin centenary livery. Celebrating Finnair 100th birthday this year Moomintroll and Snorkmaiden are back together. The pair can now be spotted sharing a hug on the bodies of two A350s decorated with Finnair 100 livery. The aircraft will b...

Rethinking Business Class travel: Finnair spacious new seat means business

Business class travel takes a leap forward with Finnair new Business Class cabin and the spacious new Collins Aerospace AirLounge™ seat. Finnair is the launch customer for this new and innovative seating concept that is to be rolled out across Finnair’s entire long-haul fleet of A330s and A350s. The AirLounge is not a traditional aircraft seat but takes inspiration from lo...

Finnair to fly to over 60 destinations in summer 2021

Finnair is preparing to grow its flight schedule this summer with a focus on leisure destinations, as the vaccine roll-out is expected to enable the reopening of travel in many countries.  In June, Finnair will resume flights to destinations like Reykjavik, Bodø, Nice, Lisbon and Vilnius. Additional frequencies will also be added to Greek islands such as Rhodes, Chania and...

Green light to electric flying - Finnair with Heart Aerospace

Finnair has signalled its interest for electric aviation as a force to be reckoned with for future flying, signing a Letter of Interest for Heart Aerospace's Electric ES-19 electric aircraft, which is currently under development.  Finnair could acquire up to 20 of the new 19-seater Heart Aerospace ES-19 electric aircraft, for use on the airline’s short ...

Finnair gets set to recycle an A319 aircraft at Helsinki Airport for the first time

Finnair is no stranger to recycling its old planes sustainably, ensuring parts can be reused and waste is kept to a minimum. Just last year an Airbus A319-112, part of the A32S fleet, was sent to the Cotswolds in England to be dismantled by our expert partners. And now, one of its sister aircraft, another A319, is about to undergo the same treatment. Except this time the recycling will be don...

Finnair defers three A350 deliveries as a part of its rebuild program

Finnair has concluded an agreement with Airbus that the deliveries of the remaining three committed A350-900 aircraft will be postponed, as anticipated in connection with the announcement of the Q3 results. The agreement is a part of Finnair’s comprehensive measures to ensure that the company can emerge from the COVID-19 pandemic as a strong airline. The aircraft were originally scheduled fo...