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Finnair will start flying to Chicago next summer, from 13 June to 17 October 2015. Flights from Helsinki will be operated on Mondays, Thursdays and Saturdays.
The Carbon Disclosure Project (CDP) has awarded Finnair a position on The A List: The CDP Climate Performance Leadership Index 2014, for actions to reduce carbon emissions and mitigate the business risks of climate change. 
The design collaboration between Marimekko and Finnair takes a new step as a Finnair Airbus 330 will soon feature a previously unseen blue colorway of Marimekko’s classic Unikko (“poppy”) print.
Finnair opens new summer route to Split, operated Tuesdays and Saturdays from 5 May to 3 October 2015.
Finnair and Finnish railway operator VR are cooperating to offer combined air-and-rail tickets between St. Petersburg and international destinations connecting via Helsinki.
For the second year running Finnair has been named Best European Airline at the annual TTG Travel Awards, a prestigious occasion in the Asia-Pacific travel industry
Finnair is launching cooperation with the leading Finnish restaurants Nokka, G.W. Sundmans, Savoy and Fishmarket.
Finnair will carry startup businesses from around the world to the international Slush conference held in Helsinki on 18–19 November.
Finnair is extending its network throughout the United Kingdom with new codeshare services from Manchester operated by partner airline Flybe.
Finnair will fly Helsinki-based Jokerit to their season 2014–2015 KHL guest matches as part of their new collaboration.
Next summer we will add new seasonal services to Dublin, Athens and Malta. The service to Dublin begins on 30 March, to Malta on 2 April and to Athens on 5 April.
Finnair and Finavia’s A Match Made in HEL event held 12–13 October transforms Helsinki Airport into a unique pop-up skate park, highlighting the benefits of the Helsinki Airport as a fast transfer point between the east and the west.
Finnair is launching a suite of product upgrades and developing a mobile application as part of a larger drive to comprehensively renew the customer experience both on the ground and in the air.
As the European launch customer of the next-generation Airbus A350 XWB (extra wide body) aircraft, Finnair has completed the cabin design of its new flagship long-haul product due to enter service next year.
Finnair announces ten new scheduled routes to popular destinations for summer 2015 in cooperation with Suntours and other tour operators.
Finnair has launched codeshare flights with transatlantic joint business partner US Airways, providing customers increased access to cities in North America as well as more possibilities for members of both frequent flyer programs to earn and redeem points and miles. Customers can book tickets for codeshare flights for travel beginning 24 July.
Finnair has been named Northern Europe’s Best Airline at the World Airline Awards, repeating the honour for the fifth straight time since 2010.
This summer we’ll start operating direct scheduled flights to Nizhny Novgorod, Samara and Kazan in Russia.
Skytrax, an international research company for the air transport industry, has renewed Finnair’s 4-star rating based on a product audit conducted as part of the World Airline Star Rating program.
Together with Finavia, Finnair will install 10 self-service bag drop units for Finnair customers in the departure hall of Terminal 2 at Helsinki Airport by the end of May. Self-service bag drop units will also be introduced at Oulu and Turku airports later this year.
The impressive new ferris wheel that has risen above the Helsinki shore skyline has been named Finnair Sky Wheel.
Finnair is set to open a new Premium Lounge directly adjacent to the award-winning Finnair Lounge in the non-Schengen area of Helsinki Airport. The Premium Lounge designed by the Helsinki firm dSign Vertti Kivi & Co will be ready for Platinum and Gold Finnair Plus members and other oneworld top-tier customers by 4 August 2014.
From 9 April 2014 onward passengers on Finnair flights are allowed to use handheld devices, such as smartphones, tablets and e-readers, also during take-offs and landings as long as the devices are kept in flight mode.

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