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Travel updates

In our travel updates, you can find the latest info and possible disruptions affecting your journey.

Travel requirements map

You can see where you can travel from Finnair’s travel requirements map.

Read moreTravel requirements map

Changes in our traffic plan for summer 2023

Finnair has updated its traffic plan for the summer season on 26 March 2023 – 28 October 2023. See the instructions here if your travel plans are affected due to changes.

Read moreChanges in our traffic plan for summer 2023

Face mask policy on our flights

Wearing a mask on our flights is optional, unless it is required by the authorities of your destination or origin country or the operating airline of your flight.

Read moreFace mask policy on our flights

Travel restrictions' effects on travelling

We will adjust our traffic plan according to the demand and changing travel restrictions.

Read moreTravel restrictions' effects on travelling

Vocabulary regarding travel requirements

Several countries have set requirements for travellers arriving in the country. It is good to know that some countries will collect travel-related information regarding your journey already before you begin your travel.

Read moreVocabulary regarding travel requirements

Tips for travelling during high season and peak hours

We collected tips for you for smooth travelling during high season.

Read moreTips for travelling during high season and peak hours

Changes in Finnair flights to Asia and Russia

Due to the closure of Russian airspace, Finnair is making changes on its flights to Asian destinations and Russia.

Read moreChanges in Finnair flights to Asia and Russia

Handling of delayed baggage heavily congested

There are delays in baggage handling at European airports due to the challenging winter weather conditions and other disruptions. We will deliver your baggage to you as soon as possible.

Read moreHandling of delayed baggage heavily congested

Changes in our traffic plan for winter 2022-2023

Finnair has updated its traffic plan for 30 October 2022 – 25 March 2023. See the instructions here if your travel plans are affected due to changes.

Read moreChanges in our traffic plan for winter 2022-2023

Widerøe to operate our Bergen, Tromso and Trondheim flights

We will fly our Bergen, Tromso and Trondheim flights in cooperation with a Norwegian regional airline Widerøe.

Read moreWiderøe to operate our Bergen, Tromso and Trondheim flights

Delays in refund handling

We currently have delays in the refund handling due to a higher than normally volume of refund applications.

Read moreDelays in refund handling

Iberia to operate our Barcelona and Madrid flights

Our flights to Barcelona and Madrid will be operated with an aircraft and crew leased from our oneworld partner Iberia.

Read moreIberia to operate our Barcelona and Madrid flights

Finnair is returning to normal ticket rules 1 June 2022 onwards

Finnair will return to normal ticket rules for bookings made as of 1 June 2022. It is finally easier to hold on to your travel plans, as the coronavirus pandemic has moved to a new phase with a high vaccination coverage and travel restrictions being removed across countries.

Read moreFinnair is returning to normal ticket rules 1 June 2022 onwards

Digital tool for corona certificate checks before journey

We introduce our digital tool to pre-check your coronavirus certificates before your journey.

Read moreDigital tool for corona certificate checks before journey

Impact of the situation in Ukraine on our flights

Finnair is suspending all operations in the Ukrainian airspace for the time being. 

Read moreImpact of the situation in Ukraine on our flights

Impact of the situation in Belarus on our flights

We are suspending operations on Belarusian airspace for the time being.

Read moreImpact of the situation in Belarus on our flights
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