On a regular day, Finnair’s Airbus A350 aircraft are full of customers making the journey from Helsinki to major cities across Asia. While they read, sleep or watch a movie, their bags are stashed away beneath them in the hold.
The global impact of coronavirus has left many customers with questions. Here are the most frequently asked, and advice for what you can do if your travel is affected.
The Protect Children association, Zoturi Ltd and Finnair are kicking off a collaboration to support families with children.
Finnair’s A350 captain Ari Huusela is about to make history. He is the first competitor from Finland and the Nordics participating in Vendée Globe.
Ask any San Franciscan what the most important meal of the day is, and they’ll tell you it’s brunch – at least on weekends. San Francisco is a brunch lover’s dream destination. You could eat at a new brunch restaurant every weekend of the year without having time to visit all of them.
Finnair recently announced a new strategy to put sustainability at the heart of everything we do. That means reducing net emissions by 50 per cent by the end of 2025 from the 2019 baseline, with the aim of becoming carbon neutral no later than 2045.
Wondering what to do in Helsinki while on a layover in the city? We’ve got you covered. Make every minute of your brief stay in the Finnish capital count, whether you’ve got six, 12 or 24 hours to play with.
Increased attention on cleanliness and hygiene has put many travellers on alert against germs and bacteria while travelling during the coronavirus epidemic. The safety and wellbeing of our customers and crew is a priority for us.
From Ethiopian macchiatos to Ghanaian prints, East and West African influences are all the rage in New York City.
Take a sneak peek inside the world’s first subterranean hotel in China.
We meet four Nordic artists who challenge the myth that dancers should suffer for their art.
Now, we don’t have anything Halloween for you this month, but we do have six other events that are worth your while in October.
Japanese organising guru Marie Kondo’s best-selling books and hit Netflix show teach people how to tidy up and find joy in their homes. But can her super popular KonMari Method also help you tidy up your worklife?
From the Baltic Sea to Lapland, a new breed of imaginative accommodations offers a chance to get closer to Finnish nature all the while lodging in comfort.
UN Women’s Safe and Friendly City and Public Spaces Programme is helping Ho Chi Minh City to move towards a city free from sexual harassment with safe mobility for women and girls, setting an excellent precedent for the rest of the country to follow.
This Southeast Asian city-state reveals its green underbelly to those who look in the right places.
What’s the first place that pops into your mind when you think about fashion? Paris? Milan? Well, you might want to add Helsinki to that list.
Once found all over the city, Helsinki’s public saunas were all but lost for over half a century. Now, this beloved Finnish tradition is being completely reimagined with a new generation of public saunas.
Fukuoka, a port city on Japan’s southernmost Kyushu island, burst onto the world’s culinary map in 2014 when Michelin published a guide to the city’s restaurants.