|Top route||Stockholm Arlanda to Helsinki Helsinki-Vantaa|
|Top airport||Helsinki Helsinki-Vantaa|
[ ] Chaotic is an understatement! I was flying from Helsinki to Los Angeles via Stockholm and eventhough I booked everything directly thru finnair, they gave me only 35 min to change planes that required crossing accross terminal 5 and going thru customs. I asked helped to different staff multiple times and no one cared. Finally when I made it to the gate the flight had been delayed because finnair did the same thing to other flights yet the app and website never updated. Finnair made several of us think we had missed our flight! [ ] Then when I got to the gate, the staff checked all of my documents again eventhough I had been checked in Finland less than 2 hrs before. If you fly with Finnair get ready for chaos. [ ] Messy online presence. Too many emails saying the same thing but hard to find relevant information (for example, I couldn't find any information about the trip from Stockholm to LAX) [ ] they provide the option to check in online and tag your bags at the airport but then have no bag drop line at some airports. [ ] Luggage information in Helsinki was never clear and caused us to step out and have to ring the doorbell to get our bags. It took forever for someone to open the door. [ ] Staff are careless about customer comfort. In rovaniemi, we had to board thru the tarmac and the attendants didn't care that people had to wait outdoor on freezing temperatures while the passengers were taking forever to put in their luggage and sit down. [ ] the only positive is that the airplanes are in good condition.
Had to pay £65 (~$90)to check my bag even though it was free on the outgoing flight. Had to pay surcharge for paying at check in even though I tried to correct in advance over phone and online. Kayak was no help.
I love love this airline. The crew was awesome; so friendly, professional, and playful. The seats were comfy & very clean. Great entertainment selection and the Complimentary wine was most appreciated! 3 thumbs up 👍🏽👍🏽👍🏽
Traveling these days can be a little strange and at times more difficult than normal due to this pandemic. Finnair did an amazing job and all areas of the trip! I would absolutely fly with finnair again and will recommend the airline to friends and family.
British Airways food was very tasteless but the staff were very accommodating for me and my baby boy.
Pleasant flight, was delayed 3 1/2 hours
Business class crew was extremely helpful and pleasant. Breakfast likewise - tasty, healthy and substantial. All in all, the flight itself was great, so kudos to Finnair. What a contrast, then, to the pitiable Terminal 8 at JFK, where it was almost impossible to even find a seat (no exaggeration!) before security.
Kayak was terrible, I was told that I got 1 free checked bag, but when I got to the check-in counter I was told otherwise and had to pay for my checked bag!!!!
No in-flight refreshment apart from water/juice as standard. Seats were mediocre in comfort, legroom was barely sufficient.
Very small plane, not much legroom. No organisation to boarding and no in-flight snacks provided as standard apart from water/juice.
Awesome! I traveled in business, love it!
Food could be much better.
Best flight I’ve ever been on!!
What a great flight. Would do it again without question.
Twice I called to see if A meal was served on the 1st class flight and was told no. So no gluten free meal for my wife and we purchased meals to carry on with us. Annoyed.
The movies offered were really old. Earphones provided were terrible. The flight took off a half hour late. Passengers had to wait in their seats while 40 others dribbled in from a connecting flight.
As I said, very nice and pleasant flight, neatly perfect. I will consider Finnair for sure again when I travel to Europe next time.
Very nice experience with Finnair, especially transatlantic flights. Professional crew, excellent service, scheduled on time, headache free environment, very clean and looks like new airplane. Only positive emotions. However, the aircrafts on domestic or short range flights look outdated, and definitely there is room for service improvement.
I was impressed with Iberia! Would definitely fly again!
It was a small Regional plane. Not much to expect
Way too small plane to handle hand luggage from full flight.
good service on site, but limited ability to contact the airline directly. Kayaks ability to make changes in a reservation is non existent
Flight was missed and now we have to catch one the next day
Flight were delayed which made me miss all the other flights. Bags are still missing from 2 weeks ago. This airline is worse the Spirit Airlines!
Pros: Extremely helpful and attentive. The crew volunteered to be on this flight from Madrid in the middle of the Covid pandemic
Cons: Best flight I’ve ever had. Need to have this many people on the plane every time
Pros: Having requested assistance due to breaking my leg, the service at Heathrow, Charlotte and JFK with American Airlines was excellent.
Pros: Free movies
Cons: Free wifi. Better movie selection
On board Finnair flights, cabin baggage should not exceed 56x45x25cm. If your hand luggage is bigger, the Finnair assistance team will most likely ask you to pay extra for checked luggage.
Finnair offers direct flights to 85 cities in 36 different countries. Helsinki, Stockholm, and Oulu are the most popular cities covered by Finnair.
Finnair concentrates most of its flight operations in Helsinki.
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When traveling with Finnair, guests are able to go to more than 130 different destinations that can be found in over 40 different countries. If you would like to go to Europe, countries such as England, Spain, and Italy are all options with this airline, while if you are interested in Asia, you can go to places such as China, India, or Japan. There are several destinations in Africa and South America as well, including the countries of Egypt, South Africa, Colombia, and Brazil.
To help keep the little ones comfortable and entertained during your trip, this airline gives out free gifts, such as activity books, coloring materials, and stuffed animals. Additionally, certain airports, including Helsinki Airport, offer services like a special family check-in desk and free baggage tags for kids that are decorated with Moomin, the company’s beloved mascot.
Customers that will be flying with Finnair have the ability to choose from two classes, otherwise known as Economy Class and Nordic Business Class. While Economy Class provides travelers with basic services such as free meals and drinks, Nordic Business Class will allow you to take advantage of additional amenities, like priority boarding, free personal amenity kits that contain pillows, blankets, eye masks, and earplugs, seats that fold into flat beds, and complimentary alcoholic beverages.
This airline codeshares with many other popular international airlines, including Air France, British Airways, Iberia, and Qantas. Additionally, Finnair has partnerships with additional airlines, like Alaska Airlines and American Airlines, meaning that these companies often help service each other’s flights.