Benefits from flights

See the world and earn points

Collecting Finnair Plus points is both easy and rewarding. The more tier points you earn, the higher you can move through the Finnair Plus membership tiers and get access to even more varied and exciting benefits.

Don’t forget to use your Finnair Plus card every time you book a flight, because every point is valuable!

Check the table to see how you can earn Finnair Plus award points and tier points from flights with Finnair and our partner airlines.

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Finnair flights  

As a Finnair Plus member, you’ll earn Finnair Plus award and tier points when you fly Finnair. If you’re not yet a member, join now

 

Finnair charter flights

 

Finnair

Founded on 1 November 1923, Finnair is one of the world's oldest airlines still in operation. Finnair is known for its comfortable connection between Europe and Asia – via Helsinki.

Scheduled Finnair flights

Finnair Plus members will earn points on Finnair flights based on zones and ticket types.

  • If you have purchased a scheduled Finnair flight with a ticket type, please refer to the table below. Finnair flight numbers AY0001–AY0999, AY2000–AY3999 and AY8100–AY8700*. Points are per segment flown.
Ticket type Finland United Kingdom** Northern Europe*** Rest of Europe and Middle East Thailand, Vietnam, China, India and South Korea Hong Kong and Singapore
Business 200%**** - - 2,000 4,000 15,000 17,000
Business Saver 200%**** - - 2,000 4,000 15,000 17,000
Pro 150% 1,500 1,500 1,500 3,000 11,250 12,750
Value 100% 1,000 1,000 1,000 2,000 7,500 8,500
Basic 50% 500 500 500 1,000 3,750 4,250

*Booking classes A, W and G earn always 25%.
** Flights AY8100–8700 from Manchester to: Aberdeen, Belfast City, Edinburgh, Exeter, Glasgow, Inverness, Isle of Man, Jersey, Newquay and Southampton.
***Copenhagen, Gothenburg, Krakow, Moscow, Oslo, Riga, St. Petersburg, Stockholm, Tallinn, Tartu, Vilnius and Warsaw.
****Excluding one-class flights. Earning based on flown booking class.

  • If you have purchased a Finnair scheduled flight without a ticket type, please refer to the table below. Finnair flight numbers AY0001–AY0999, AY2000–AY3999 and AY8100–AY8700. Points are per segment flown.
Booking class Finland United Kingdom* Northern Europe** Rest of Europe and Middle East Thailand, Vietnam, China, India, South Korea and North America Japan, Hong Kong and Singapore
C, D, I, J (200%) - - 2,000 4,000 15,000 17,000
Y, B, H (150%) 1,500 1,500 1,500 3,000 11,250 12,750
K, M, P, T (100%) 1,000 1,000 1,000 2,000 7,500 8,500
V, L, N, S, Q, O, Z, R (50%) 500 500 500 1,000 3,750 4,250
A, W, G (25%) 250 250 250 500 1 875 2 125

* Flights AY8100–8700 from Manchester to: Aberdeen, Belfast City, Edinburgh, Exeter, Glasgow, Inverness, Isle of Man, Jersey, Newquay and Southampton.
** Copenhagen, Gothenburg, Krakow, Moscow, Oslo, Riga, St. Petersburg, Stockholm, Tallinn, Tartu, Vilnius and Warsaw.

Finnair codeshare flights

As a Finnair Plus member you can also earn points for Finnair codeshare flights (flights marketed by Finnair and operated by another airline). If you have purchased a codeshare flight that is issued under a new ticket type, you will earn points based on the ticket type, points multiplier and distance flown.

  • Kilometre-based codeshare table for flights with a ticket type (AY4001–AY4100 and AY5000–AY6999)
Ticket type Points multiplier
First* 300%
Business 200%
Business Saver 200%
Pro 150%
Value 100%
Basic 50%

If you have purchased a codeshare flight not issued under a ticket type, you will earn points based on the booking class, points multiplier and distance flown.

  • Kilometre-based codeshare table for flights without a ticket type (AY4001–AY4100 and AY5000–AY6999)
Cabin class Booking class Points multiplier
First* A F P 300%
Business J C D I 200%
Economy Y B H 150%
Economy K M P T W E 100%
Economy V L N S Q O Z R 50%
Economy G 25%

*First Class only available on selected flights.

How to use award points

Finnair charter flights

Finnair operates charter flights to dozens of different destinations every year. During the summer we fly mostly to sun-kissed Mediterranean destinations, and during winter we take you to exotic, far-flung places in Asia and the Americas.

You can earn points on your package holiday if the flights are operated by Finnair and the flight number is AY1000–1999. Your holiday may be organised by a third party, such as Suntours, with a charter flight from Finnair.

Other charter flights (for example AY7000 series special-order flights) are not eligible for point accrual.

Please show your Finnair Plus card at check-in in Finland. A return charter flight will accrue your tracking period flight total by one. Earned points are for both ways despite only one way being marked in the point information.

European and Mediterranean destinations: if your holiday takes place in Continental Europe or one of the Mediterranean destinations (such as Rhodes and Mallorca), you will earn 1,000 points for the return trip.

Canary Islands, North Africa and Middle East: if you're heading to the Canary Islands, North Africa or Middle East on your holiday, you will earn 1,000 points for the return trip.

North America, South America and the Far East: if your destination is in North America, South America or the Far East (for example Thailand), you will receive 4,000 points for the return trip.

How to use award points

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Region
 

 Ticket type OR   Booking class

     
Finnair Plus awards
Tier points  
Region

Ticket type OR  Booking class



Higher tier
Qualifying flights
Flights
oneworld airlines
oneworld

As a Finnair Plus member, you’ll earn Finnair Plus award and tier points when you fly oneworld partner airlines. If you’re not yet a member, join now

 

 

 

airberlin

airberlin (AB) is Germany’s second largest airline with its affiliate airline NIKI (HG) and they joined the oneworld alliance in early 2012. airberlin and NIKI are currently serving over 160 destinations in 40 countries from their several European hubs.

airberlin (AB) and NIKI (HG) Booking classes Booking class percentage
First - -
Business C D I J 125%
Economy Y 100%
Economy B H K L M V S N Q O 50%
Economy P E W 25%

How to use award points

American Airlines

American Airlines (AA) is one of the biggest airlines in the world and a founding member of the oneworld alliance. American Airlines provides flights to more than 250 destinations in 50 countries.

American Airlines (AA) Booking classes Booking class percentage
First A F P 150%
Business D I J R 125%
Economy Y B C H K M L V W G N Q S O 100%

How to use award points

British Airways

British Airways (BA) is one of the world's leading airlines, with a comprehensive network of connections to 220 destinations in nearly 90 countries. Together with Iberia, British Airways forms the International Airlines Group.

International flights Booking Classes Booking Class Percentage
First A F 150%
Business C D I J R 125%
Economy Y B H T E W 100%
Economy K M 50%
Economy G L N O Q S V 25%
British Airways (BA) UK domestic flights Booking Classes Booking Class Percentage
First - -
Business - -
Economy Y B C D H I J 100%
Economy E G K L M N O Q R S V 50%
Economy - -

How to use award points

 

 

 

Cathay Pacific

Cathay Pacific (CX) is Hong Kong's flagship carrier and a founding member of the oneworld alliance. Together with its subsidiary, Dragonair, Cathay Pacific offers connections to more than 80 destinations in over 30 countries.

Cathay Pacific (CX) and Dragonair (KA) Booking Classes Booking Class Percentage
First A F 150%
Business C D I J 125%
Economy W R E Y B H K L M V 100%
Economy N O Q S 50%
Economy - 25%

How to use award points

Iberia

Iberia (IB) is the national airline of Spain and it forms the International Airlines Group together with British Airways. Iberia joined oneworld in 1999 and offers now more than 120 destinations in 45 countries.

Iberia (IB) Booking Classes Booking Class Percentage
First - -
Business A C D I J 125%
Economy Y B H K L M R V 100%
Economy N 50%
Economy G O Q S P 25%

How to use award points

Japan Airlines

Established in 1951, Japan Airlines is one of the world’s premier carriers. It joined the oneworld alliance in 2007. The airline has major hubs at Tokyo, Osaka, Nagoya and Okinawa, and operates almost 900 daily flights to more than 70 destinations across 20 countries. JAL started to operate a daily flight between Helsinki and Tokyo in summer 2013.

Japan Airlines (JL) international flights Booking Classes Booking Class Percentage
First A F 150%
Business C D I J X 125%
Economy Y W B 100%
Economy H K M L V S E 50%
Economy Q 25%
Japan Airlines (JL) domestic flights Booking classes Booking class percentage
First - -
Business - -
Economy Y J 100%
Economy A I 50%
Economy - -

How to use award points

 

 

 

LAN Airlines

LAN Airlines is one of the largest and most awarded carriers in Latin America. It joined the oneworld alliance in 2000. The airline serves more than 70 destinations in 20 countries throughout South America, North America, Europe and the Pacific.

LAN, international flights First 150% Business 125% Economy 100% Economy 50% Economy 25%
LAN Airlines (LA) - D I J Y P W B G H K L M N O Q S V -
LAN Argentina (4M) - D I J Y P W B G H K L M N O Q S V -
LAN Colombia - D I J Y P W B G H K L M N O Q S V -
LAN Ecuador (XL) - D I J Y P W B G H K L M N O Q S V -
LAN Peru (LP) - D I J Y P W B G H K L M N O Q S V -
LAN, domestic flights
LAN Airlines (LA) - - Y B H K L M V S -
LAN Argentina (4M) - - Y B H -
LAN Colombia - - Y B H K L M V S -
LAN Peru (LP) - - Y B H K -

How to use award points

Malaysia Airlines

Malaysia Airlines is one of the world’s leading five-star airlines, and it’s also recognized for having the World’s Best Cabin Crew. It operates from its Kuala Lumpur hub linking almost 80 destinations globally across Asia, Europe, the Middle East, North America and the Pacific.

Malaysia Airlines (MH) Booking Classes Booking Class Percentage
First A F 150%
Business C D J Z 125%
Economy Y B H 100%
Economy K M 50%
Economy V L S 25%

Please note that the following flights are not eligible for point accrual:

  • Flights operated by MASWings (MH3000 series)
  • Flights operated by Firefly (coded with FY)
  • Code-share flights carrier code MH5000 series
  • Charter flights (MH8000 series)
  • Ad-hoc flights (MH7000 series)
  • Code-share partner SNCF (MH4000 series)

How to use award points

Qantas

Qantas (QF) is the main Australian airline and one of the world's leading airlines. It flies to over 20 countries in 80 destinations around Asia, Europe, North America and Africa.

Please note that you are entitled to earn points on flights operated Jetstar (JQ) only when your ticket is marketed by Qantas (QF) and the booking class in the ticket is L.

Qantas (QF) Booking Classes Booking Class Percentage
First A F 150%
Business C J I D 125%
Economy Y B H K W R T 100%
Economy L M S G V 50%
Economy N O Q 25%

How to use award points

 

 

 

Qatar Airways

Qatar Airways is one of the world’s fastest growing and highest rated airlines. It is joining oneworld alliance on 30th October 2013. Qatar’s network covers some 130 destination in 70 countries in the Middle East, Europe, Africa, North and South America, Asia and Australasia.

Qatar Airways Booking Classes Booking Class Percentage
First F P A 150%
Business I J C D 125%
Economy Y B H K M G 100%
Economy L V S N T 50%
Economy Q O 25%

How to use award points

Royal Jordanian

Royal Jordanian (RJ) is the first airline from the Middle East to join an airline alliance. Royal Jordanian has flights to 50 destinations in 33 countries in the Middle East, Europe, North America and Asia.

Royal Jordanian (RJ) Booking Classes Booking Class Percentage
First - -
Business C D J 125%
Economy Y B 100%
Economy H K M V S 50%
Economy - -

How to use award points

S7 Airlines

S7 Airlines is Russia’s largest domestic carrier. It joined the oneworld alliance in 2010. Based at Moscow Airport, the airline operates flights to more than 80 destinations in 20 countries throughout Europe, the Middle East and Asia (including 45 destinations in Russia).

S7 Booking Classes Booking Class Percentage
First - -
Business C D J 125%
Economy Y B H K 100%
Economy - 50%
Economy S R T V L M N Q O 25%

How to use award points

 

 

 

SriLankan Airlines

SriLankan Airlines is the flag carrier of Sri Lanka and the first and only South Asian carrier to join oneworld the alliance. It is the largest international airline serving Maldives, and also has a significant presence in Southern India.

SriLankan (UL) Booking Classes Booking Class Percentage
Business J C D I 125%
Economy Y B H P 100%
Economy L R V S N Q K W M E 50%
Economy O G 25%

How to use award points

TAM Airlines

TAM Airlines is the leading carrier of Brazil, Latin America's largest economy and the region's biggest air travel market. TAM operates to 60 destinations in 16 countries in Latin America, the USA and Europe.

Booking classes, International flights Booking Class Percentage
F A P 150%
C D J Z 125%
Y B E U S H M K G Q V L N 100%
Booking classes, flights within Brazilia Booking Class Percentage
Y B E U S M 100%
H K G Q V L N W 50%

How to use award points

US Airways

US Airways (US), affiliate of American Airlines Group, is the fifth largest airline in the USA and one of the 30 largest in the world. US Airways serves more than 200 destinations and 30 countries including its hubs in Charlotte, Philadelphia, Phoenix and Washington D.C.

US Airways (US) Booking Classes Booking Class Percentage
First A F 150%
Business J R D I 125%
Economy B G H K L M N Q R S V Y X C 100%

How to use award points

Award points  
Distance
 
Distance
   
Booking class
   
Finnair Plus awards
Tier points
Distance

Distance

Booking class


Higher tier
Qualifying flights
Flights
Other partner airlines

As a Finnair Plus member, you’ll earn Finnair Plus award points when you fly our partner airlines. If you’re not yet a member, join now

 

 

Flybe

Flybe, co-owned by Finnair and British airline company Flybe, offers great-value regional flights in Finland, Estonia, Sweden and Norway. As a Finnair Plus member you can earn and use points on flights operated by Flybe in the Nordic and Baltic countries. Please note that this partnership does not include Flybe flights to or from the UK.

You can earn Finnair Plus award points on scheduled Flybe flights (flight numbers BE5500–5670).

Normal Finnair tier benefits are available on all flights that have a Finnair flight number. Tier benefits are not available on flights that have a Flybe flight number.

For more information on eligible booking classes, see the table below.

Flybe Nordic (BE) Booking classes Points per segment
BE5500–5680 W R 1,000
BE5500–5680 Y T S V K H L Q X A B U M Z I 500

How to use award points

Icelandair

Icelandair is the natural choice for travel to and from Iceland and the ideal alternative for travel across the North Atlantic, for example to Washington D.C., Boston, Denver or Seattle.

You can earn Finnair Plus award points on scheduled Icelandair flights; however, tier points will not be awarded. Special-prized campaign tickets are not eligible for point accrual.

Icelandair (FI) Booking classes Booking class percentage
First - -
Business C D J 125%
Economy Y E A M B K Q 100%
Economy T V H L S O N P U G 50%
Economy - -

How to use award points

Award points
Distance

Distance

Booking class

Finnair Plus awards

There are many possible ticket types and booking classes for Economy and Business Class tickets depending on

  • its price
  • the date of booking
  • its flexibility and conditions of change

You can earn points for scheduled Finnair flights depending on your ticket type and the region where you are flying. Therefore you’ll earn a fixed amount of tier and award points for example for Finnair flights to Europe or Asia.

You can also earn points for Finnair codeshare flights operated by our partners. The amount of points depends on your booking class and the distance flown. However, if there is a ticket type in your ticket, points will be granted according to the ticket type percentage and the distance flown.

As a Finnair Plus member, you can also earn points when flying on a Finnair charter flight (AY1000 series) according to a separate accrual table. The point amount granted is for both ways. Please remember to show your Finnair Plus card at check-in in Finland. Other charter flights (for example AY7000 series special order flights) are not eligible for point accrual.

 
 
 
 
 
 

 
 
 
 
 
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