Finnair has been named Best Airline in Northern Europe for the seventh consecutive year at the World Airline Awards. And in 2015, the airline was recognized as the most punctual in Europe – a great reason to be proud. In Russia, Finnair flies from five cities: Moscow, St. Petersburg, Yekaterinburg, Samara and Kazan. Let us tell you why the national carrier of Finland is so good.
Flights around the world
The airline flies to over 70 European destinations, 17 destinations in Southeast Asia and four in North America.
Finnair flights from five Russian cities
Airplanes from Moscow take off daily from Sheremetyevo, terminal D, twice a day there are flights from St. Petersburg. The airline flies from Yekaterinburg on Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays in the winter schedule until March 28, 2017 and on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays from March 28, 2017. Flights from Kazan are operated on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, starting from March 29, 2017. Flights from Samara – on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, starting March 28, 2017.
Convenient connections at Helsinki Airport
All Finnair flights operate with a convenient connection to Helsinki. It is only a half hour drive from the airport to the city center, so if you have a valid Schengen visa, then a transfer can be an excellent reason to get to know the Finnish capital better. The airline’s website offers many options for such acquaintance, from a gastronomic stroll through the city’s main restaurants to a ferry trip to Suomenlinna Fortress, a UNESCO World Heritage Site located near Helsinki.
High level service
Finnair joins the alliance oneworld. oneworld is an alliance of the world’s leading airlines from America, Asia, Europe, Australia, the Middle East and Latin America, which strive to provide the highest level of service and convenience for their passengers on regular international flights. The Russian air carrier S7 Airlines is also a member of the alliance. Members oneworld are dedicated to working together to provide comfortable connections for travelers and provide them with bonuses and privileges that apply throughout the alliance.
A careful approach to the environment
Finland’s national airline is widely regarded as a pioneer in sustainable flying. In addition to being a leader in the Carbon Disclosure Project (an international program to reduce greenhouse gas emissions), Finnair was the first in Europe to use the new generation of environmentally friendly aircraft Airbus A350 XWB. These aircraft use fuel 25% more efficiently than the current generation of aircraft thanks to the reduction in weight due to the use of composite materials, the installation of new engines and improved aerodynamics. In addition to outstanding technical performance, the Airbus A350 XWB differs from previous generations by an innovative air ventilation system, a lighting system that allows passengers to more easily adapt to changing time zones, and spacious and comfortable cabins in economy and business classes. The A350 XWB of Finnair operates flights to Southeast Asia.