FINNAIR AIRLINES ROUTES
Finnair Airlines fly from/to:
Alicante, Amsterdam, Ateena, Baltimore, Bangkok, Barcelona,
Basel, Bergen, Berliini, Bern, Bilbao, Billund, Birmingham,
Bologna, Bordeaux, Boston, Brisbane, Bristol,
Bryssel, Budapest, Chicago, Dallas, Dubai, Dublin,
Enontekiö, Faro, Firenze/Pisa, Frankfurt, Fuerteventura,
Funchal, Geneve, Glasgow,
Göteborg, Hampuri, Hania, Hartford, Helsinki, Heraklion,
Hongkong, Innsbruck, Istanbul, Ivalo, Joensuu, Johannesburg, Jyväskylä,
Kajaani, Kanton, Kapkaupunki, Karpathos, Kemi, Kiova, Kittilä,
Kokkola/Pietarsaari, Kos, Krakova, Kuopio, Kuressaare, Kuusamo,
Köln, Kööpenhamina, Lanzarote, Lappeenranta, Larnaca,
Las Palmas, Lissabon, Lontoo, Los Angeles, Lyon, Maarianhamina,
Madrid, Malaga, Malta, Manchester,
Marseille, Miami, Milano, Montreal, Moskova, Murcia, Murmansk,
München, Nagoya, Napoli, New York, Nizza, Orlando, Osaka,
Oslo, Oulu, Pafos, Palma de Mallorca, Pariisi, Peking, Pietari,
Ponta Delgada, Pori, Praha, Riika, Rimini, Rodos, Rooma, Rovaniemi,
Saint Louis, San Diego, San Francisco, San Jose, San Juan, Savonlinna,
Seinäjoki, Sevilla, Shanghai, Singapore, Stuttgart, Sydney,
Tallinna, Tampere, Teneriffa, Tokio, Torino, Toronto, Tukholma,
Tukholma Skavsta, Turku, Vaasa, Vancouver, Varkaus, Varsova, Venetsia,
Verona, Vilna, Washington, Wien and Zürich.
The cabin crew’s primary task is to guarantee the safety
of all passengers at all stages of the flight. They receive both
basic training and continuous further training. Before every flight
the crew practises some aspect of security and goes through the
service guidelines for the flight in question. The Finnair crew
has good language skills, first-aid training, extensive service
training and good knowledge of the flight’s food, drinks
and sales products.
On international flights, the crew always includes a Purser,
who is the cabin supervisor. Business Class service on wide-bodied
aircraft is the responsibility of a Service Chef, who is a trained
expert in food and drink as well as a professional in providing
The number of staff varies, depending on the type of aircraft,
the number of passengers and the destination. On Asian routes,
the crew also includes local personnel for safety and service
The Finnair aircraft is flown by a captain and first officer
in the cockpit. The captain is always in command of the whole
The new uniform worn by the crew was designed by Finnish designer
Anna-Kaisa Huttunen, who lives in Paris. The uniform consists
of various items, which the Finnair staff can combine according
to season of the year, working duties and their own preferences.
The redesign of the uniform is closely connected with the renewal
of Finnair's image, in which uniforms are part of a coordinated
new look. The design was governed by Finnishness and freshness,
and the aim was also to communicate quality and timeless style.
The uniforms, shirts and blouses were all made in Finland.
The new coats to the uniform have been designed by Tiina Aarras.
Her goal has been to design coats that are stylish, functional
and safe for use both during spring and autumn, as well as during
winter. There are several different models to choose from for
men and women. Details, such as removable linings and hoods, as
well as belts and pockets make the coat versatile and functional.
The safety aspect is taken into consideration by adding strips
of luminous material to the sleeves, to the slit in the back,
to seams and to pocket edges. These reflectors secure good visibility
in the dark and do not get caught anywhere as hanging reflectors
Around 3,400 Finnair staff wear the uniform. Around 1,700 work
in the cabin, 700 in the cockpit and 1,000 at airports and ticket
offices in 30 countries.
For further information on Finnair Airlines visit the Finnair