Finnair is the national airlines of Finland and is known for having one of the most spotless safety records of any airline on Earth. Finnair is primarily owned by the Finnish government and is currently a member of the Oneworld airline alliance. Finnair generally enjoys positive reviews, especially of its in-fight customer care, though some passengers have pointed out Finnair's tendency towards higher prices. The Finnair website is available in country-specific versions for over 30 countries and can be viewed in 15 different languages, English included. The site has a simple flight booking feature and an array of buttons on the header to help users find information on their flight status (in the “Flights” section), baggage allowance (2-3 pieces of free checked baggage for economy flyers, depending on the trajectory), and the company's Finnair Plus frequent flyer program. While it is not immediately visible, there is an online check in option on the lower half of the page as well as a button to see the status of your reservations with Finnair. While not as luxurious as some other carriers, Finnair's Business Class cabin has received positive review from business travelers and features fully-reclining seats, signature cocktails, and personal 12-inch televisions.
Ciro Finnair is one of the better European national carriers and is among the go-to airlines for flying around Scandinavia. But don't just think of Finnair if you're headed to Helsinki; the company offers tons of flights from Europe to destinations in Asia, the Americas, and beyond. If you check their website, you can often find deals from Europe to China that are among the most competitive on the market. For example, it's possible to find Finnair Business Class (which, by the way, is lovely) tickets from London to China for under 1,000 pounds. Unbelievable, right? It's definitely a company to check out.Delete