Earn points when you fly
See the world and earn points
When you fly Finnair, you’ll earn both award points and tier points. Your award points can be spent in many exciting ways – for example, on partner products and services – whereas your tier points allow you to move up through the Finnair Plus membership tiers, giving you access to even more varied and exciting benefits.
Select your point of departure, destination and airline to see how many points you’ll earn for your flight.
Every point you earn is valuable
Each point is valuable, so remember to give your Finnair Plus membership number or show your Finnair Plus card every time you make a flight reservation.
Collecting Finnair Plus points is easy, and because award points valid for three years, you’ve got plenty of time to make the most of them. The number of award points you’ll earn for a particular flight is based on the following:
- your ticket type
- the region where you’re flying to
- when the flight is
- the booking class of your ticket
Economy Class and Business Class tickets are available in several ticket types and booking classes. The ticket type and booking class of your ticket depends upon:
- its price
- when it was booked
- its flexibility and conditions of change
You’ll earn points from scheduled Finnair flights depending on your ticket type and the region where you fly. That means you’ll earn a fixed amount of tier and award points from scheduled Finnair flights for example to Europe or Asia.
You can also earn points from Finnair codeshare flights with our partners. The amount of points you’ll earn depends on your booking class and the distance flown. Please note that if there is a ticket type on your codeshare ticket, you will earn points based on the ticket type percentage and the distance flown.
As a Finnair Plus member you’ll also earn points when you take Finnair leisure flights (AY1000 series). The number of points you’ll earn is based on rules that are specific to leisure flights – see Point awards for Finnair leisure flights to find out how many points you’ll earn for a particular flight. The points granted also cover the return flight. If you’re travelling on a Finnair leisure flight, please remember to show your Finnair Plus membership card at the check-in desk when you depart from Finland.
You cannot earn points when you take charter flights – for example, special charter flights (flight numbers AY7000–AY7999).
Enjoy great benefits from the world’s leading airlines
Finnair is a member of the oneworld international airline alliance, which means that you can take advantage of Finnair Plus benefits whenever you fly with one of our oneworld partners. The alliance is comprised of top international airlines from all four corners of the globe, including airberlin, American Airlines, British Airways, Cathay Pacific, Iberia, Japan Airlines, LAN, Malaysia Airlines, Qantas, Royal Jordanian and S7 Airlines. Together, the oneworld members form the world’s leading airline alliance, offering exceptional service and an unparalleled network of destinations.
As a Finnair Plus member you can:
- earn Finnair Plus award and tier points when you take scheduled flights with any oneworld airline
- use your Finnair Plus points to buy award flights operated by any oneworld airline
The number of points you’ll earn when you fly with a oneworld member is based on the booking class of your ticket – click the link below to find out how many points you’ll earn for a particular flight.
The world is full of opportunities
If you’re a Finnair Plus member, you can also earn points when you take flights operated by airlines with which Finnair has signed a code-share agreement, even if they’re not Finnair partners. Code-share flights are available to hundreds of top destinations across the globe
A code-share flight always has two flight numbers:
- the Finnair flight number, which starts with the letters “AY”
- the cooperating airline’s flight number
If your ticket has an AY flight number (is issued under the Finnair quota), you’ll earn the same number of points as you would for a normal Finnair flight.