Finland's biggest carrier was established in 1923.
Main hub is located at Helsinki Vantaa airport.
It joined the oneworld alliance in 1999.
In 1983, Finnair became the first operator to fly non-stop from Western Europe to Japan.
It has also been ranked one of the safest airlines in the world.
Finnair operates with daily flights between Tallinn and Helsinki. 6 times per day on weekdays, 4 times per day on Saturdays and 5 times per day on Sundays.
The flights are carried out in cooperation with Flybe Nordic, operating an ATR/Embraer 170 and 190 airplanes.
As of February 2014, Finnair flies to more than 65 destinations in 30 countries with 58 planes and it has an order placed for additional 12 planes. Together with its oneworld partners, more than 800 destinations await you across the network.
Finnair has found Asia to be a potentially lucrative destination as Helsinki-Vantaa airport is ideally geographically located between Europe and Asia. It flies to 11 bigger cities in that region at the moment.
Finnair Plus is frequent-flyer programme (Finnair Plus Junior for children 2-17 years of age): Basic, Silver, Gold and Platinum). Finnair offers frequent-flyer partnerships with Flybe Nordic in addition to those in the oneworld alliance.
More information about the frequent-flyer programme.
Online check-in is opened 36 hours prior to departure.
Finnish domestic flights as well as shorter European flights have snacks for sale and free non-alcoholic beverages. On most European flights, a cold salad or sandwich is served, together with non-alcoholic beverages. Alcoholic beverages and additional food items are available for purchase. Business class offers warm meals and free beverages, including alcohol. On most Intercontinental flights there is a choice of meals in economy class. In inter-continental business class on most Airbus aircraft (excluding those with fully lie-flat seats), there is a dedicated snack bar.