Finnair

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What does Finnair stand for?

Finnair ( Finnish: Finnair Oyj, Swedish: Finnair Abp) is the flag carrier and largest airline of Finland, with its headquarters in Vantaa on the grounds of Helsinki Airport, its hub. Finnair and its subsidiaries dominate both domestic and international air travel in Finland.

What does Finnair cargo do?

Finnair Cargo is one of the largest air cargo carriers in the Nordic and Baltic region. It specialises in flying high-value items the short northern route between Europe and Asia from its Helsinki COOL hub, the most modern and digitalised air cargo terminal in Europe. Last year Finnair Cargo grew revenue by 2,4% to 212 € million.

Where does Finnair fly to?

The airline has a hub at Helsinki Airport (HEL) and flies to about eight other destinations within Finland. Internationally, Finnair flies to about 80 destinations across Europe, Africa, Asia and North America. Finnair is a member of the oneworld alliance and also has codeshare agreements with about 10 non-alliance airlines.

Who is the owner of Finnair?

The State of Finland is the major shareholder (55.8%), with no other shareholder owning more than 5% of shares. The Finnair Cargo building. Two subsidiary companies, Finnair Cargo Oy and Finnair Cargo Terminal Operations Oy, form Finnairs cargo business.

What is the company slogan of Finnair?

The company slogans are Designed for you and The Nordic Way. In 1923, consul Bruno Lucander founded Finnair as Aero O/Y ( Aero Ltd ). The company code, AY, stands for Aero Osake-yhtiö (yhtiö means company in Finnish). Lucander had previously run the Finnish operations of the Estonian airline Aeronaut.

What does Finnair do?

Flying to the world via Helsinki. Finnair is a network airline specialised in flying between Europe and Asia along the shorter northern route.

What does ay stand for in Finnair?

In 1923, consul Bruno Lucander founded Finnair as Aero O/Y ( Aero Ltd ). The company code, AY, stands for Aero Osake-yhtiö (yhtiö means company in Finnish). Lucander had previously run the Finnish operations of the Estonian airline Aeronaut.

When did Finnair become Finnair?

In 1953, the airline began branding itself as Finnair. The Convair 440 twin-engined pressurised airliner was acquired from January 1953 and these faster aircraft were operated on the companys longer routes as far as London . In 1961, Finnair joined the jet age by adding Rolls-Royce Avon -engined Caravelles to its fleet.

How many countries does Finnair fly to?

Finnair (Oneworld) serves 11 domestic destinations and 91 international destinations in 38 countries, as of December 2021. The following is an overview of all Finnair flights and destinations: Looking for direct flights, routes or flight schedules operated by another airline?

How do I search for scheduled Finnair flight times?

Search for scheduled Finnair flight times by choosing the departure location and destination. You can filter only direct flights if you wish. The calendar view shows you the dates when flights for the selected route are operated, the number of departures for each day and further details of the flights such as the flight number.

Where does Finnair fly from the Caribbean?

From December 2017, Finnair flew to several destinations in the Caribbean including Havana and Puerto Plata, and on the Pacific Ocean coast such as Puerto Vallarta. Those destinations were previously served by charter flights but all of them were switched to scheduled service.

Can I fly to Finland from international flight?

If you continue from an international flight to a domestic flight within Finland, choose Finland to find out current entry requirements. It is also good to check if your destination has Finnair Requirements when travelling on Finnair flights.

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