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Use points on award flights with partners

In addition to Finnair Classic award flights, Finnair Plus members can also use their points to purchase award flights for the partner airlines listed below.

You can book British Airways, Cathay Pacific, Iberia, Japan Airlines, Qantas and Qatar Airways flights directly through our website's booking engine or by clicking the airline name below and choosing Book award flights. To book award flights with other airlines, please contact us via our Chat service on the bottom right corner or call our customer service.

As an example, you can add Finnair flights to your trip when you fly from Finland to Dallas: HEL–JFK (Finnair), JFK–DFW (American Airlines) and DFW–LHR (American Airlines), LHR–HEL (Finnair). In this case, points are charged according to American Airlines.

Point charges for award flights with partner airlines

You can review below the airline-specific point tables to see how many points are needed for return and one-way flights on selected routes with different airlines. Please also see the terms and conditions at the end of this page.

American Airlines

American Airlines (AA) is one of the biggest airlines in the world and a founding member of the oneworld Alliance. American Airlines operates from major hubs across the USA, including Charlotte, Chicago, Dallas/Fort Worth, Miami, New York, Philadelphia, Phoenix and Washington DC, to 350 destinations in 50 countries.

Return flights:

Route

Economy

Business

First

Flights within North America (continental USA and Canada)

45,000

-

85,000

North America–the Caribbean and Mexico

65,000

110,000

150,000

Flights within South America

65,000

110,000

150,000

North America–Hawaii and Central America

80,000

120,000

160,000

Europe–North America

130,000

210,000

270,000

North America–South America

125,000

175,000

250,000

North America–the Far East (over the Pacific)

170,000

250,000

330,000

Europe–the Caribbean and Mexico (via USA)

190,000

255,000

380,000

Europe–Hawaii and Central America (via USA)

205,000

310,000

410,000

Europe–South America (via USA)

240,000

340,000

460,000

One-way flights:

Route

Economy

Business

First

Flights within North America (continental USA and Canada)

27,000

-

51,000

North America–the Caribbean and Mexico

39,000

66,000

90,000

Flights within South America

39,000

66,000

90,000

North America–Hawaii and Central America

48,000

72,000

96,000

Europe–North America

78,000

126,000

162,000

North America–South America

75,000

105,000

150,000

North America–the Far East (over the Pacific)

102,000

150,000

198,000

Europe–the Caribbean and Mexico (via USA)

114,000

153,000

228,000

Europe–Hawaii and Central America (via USA)

123,000

186,000

246,000

Europe–South America (via USA)

144,000

204,000

276,000


BRA

Swedish BRA (Braathens Regional Airlines, TF) flies to 13 destinations within Sweden. Additionally, it operates charter flights to over 60 destinations across Europe.

Return flights:

Route

Economy Class

Flights within Sweden

20,000

One-way flights:

Route

Economy Class

Flights within Sweden

12,000

Juneyao Air

Juneyao Air is one of the leading private-owned carriers in China.

Return flights:

Route

Economy Class

Business Class

Domestic China; China–Macao, Hong Kong, Taipei and Taiwan

56,000

92,000

China–Japan, Philippines, Korea, Myanmar

76,000

150,000

China–Asia & Russia

120,000

214,000

China–Europe

236,000

460,000

One-way flights:

Route

Economy Class

Business Class

Domestic China; China–Macao, Hong Kong, Taipei and Taiwan

28,000

46,000

China–Japan, Philippines, Korea, Myanmar

38,000

75,000

China–Asia & Russia

60,000

107,000

China–Europe

118,000

230,000

LATAM Airlines

LATAM Chile is one of the largest and most awarded carriers in Latin America. It was a member of the oneworld Alliance in 2000–2020. The airline serves more than 70 destinations in 20 countries throughout South America, North America, Europe and the Pacific.

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

Return flights / LATAM Chile:

Route

Economy Class

Business Class

First Class

Flights within Peru

23,000

-

-

Flights within Chile

38,000

-

-

Flights within South America

80,000

120,000

160,000

South America–Easter Island

75,000

-

-

South America–Central America

80,000

120,000

160,000

South America–Tahiti

105,000

160,000

210,000

South America–North America

120,000

170,000

240,000

South America–Europe

195,000

275,000

390,000

Return flights / LATAM Brazil:

Route

Economy Class

Business Class

First Class

Domestic Brazilian flights

20,000

25,000

50,000

Brazil–South America

40,000

50,000

100,000

Brazil–Central and North America

100,000

125,000

250,000

Brazil–Europe

200,000

250,000

500,000

One-way flights / LATAM Chile:

Route

Economy Class

Business Class

First Class

Flights within Peru

14,000  

-

-

Flights within Chile

 23,000

-

-

Flights within South America

48,000 

 72,000

 96,000

South America–Easter Island

 45,000

-

-

South America–Central America

48,000 

 72,000 

96,000 

South America–Tahiti

63,000 

96,000 

126,000 

South America–North America

72,000 

102,000 

144,000 

South America–Europe

117,000 

165,000 

234,000 

One-way flights / LATAM Brazil:

Route

Economy Class

Business Class

First Class

Domestic Brazilian flights

12,000   

 15,000

 30,000

Brazil–South America

24,000 

 30,000

 60,000

Brazil–Central and North America

60,000 

 75,000

150,000 

Brazil–Europe

120,000 

 150,000

 300,000

Malaysia Airlines

Malaysia Airlines, which joined oneworld in 2013, is one of the few airlines worldwide rated five-star by Skytrax, which has also honoured the airline for having the World’s Best Cabin Crew. With its main operating hub in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Airlines flies to over 50 destinations in 17 countries across Asia, Australia, Europe, the Middle East and North America.

Return flights:

Route

Economy Class

Business Class

Flights within Malaysia

40,000

95,000

Malaysia–Singapore

40,000

95,000

Malaysia–Brunei, Cambodia, Indonesia, Myanmar, Thailand and Vietnam

60,000

125,000

Malaysia–Hong Kong and the Philippines

90,000

180,000

Malaysia–rest of Asia

140,000

280,000

Malaysia–Australia, the Middle East, New Zealand

160,000

320,000

Malaysia–Europe

210,000

420,000

Malaysia–North America

260,000

520,000

One-way flights:

Route

Economy Class

Business Class

Flights within Malaysia

24,000

57,000

Malaysia–Singapore

24,000

57,000

Malaysia–Brunei, Cambodia, Indonesia, Myanmar, Thailand and Vietnam

36,000

75,000

Malaysia–Hong Kong and the Philippines

54,000

108,000

Malaysia–rest of Asia

84,000

168,000

Malaysia–Australia, the Middle East, New Zealand

96,000

192,000

Malaysia–Europe

126,000

252,000

Malaysia–North America

156,000

312,000

Royal Air Maroc

Royal Air Maroc (RAM) is the flag carrier of Morocco and oneworld’s first African member airline as of April 2020. Along with its subsidiary, Royal Air Maroc Express, the airline serves over 100 destinations in more than 50 countries in Africa, Asia, Europe, Middle East, North America and South America. 

Return flights:

Route

Economy Class

Business Class

Flights within Morocco

40,000

90,000

Morocco–Spain, Portugal, Algeria, Tunisia, Mauritania, Libya

70,000

150,000

Morocco–Europe (except Spain & Portugal)

140,000

290,000

Morocco–Central Africa

170,000

350,000

Morocco–South Africa*, America (US, CA, BR) & Middle East

210,000

430,000

Europe–Central Africa

240,000

490,000

Europe–South Africa*, America (US, CA, BR) & Middle East

270,000

550,000

South Africa* Equatorial Guinea, Cameroon, Central African Republic, Gabon, Congo, Angola, Kenya

One-way flights:

Route

Economy Class

Business Class

Flights within Morocco

25,000

50,000

Morocco–Spain, Portugal, Algeria, Tunisia, Mauritania, Libya

40,000

80,000

Morocco–Europe (except Spain & Portugal)

75,000

150,000

Morocco–Central Africa

90,000

180,000

Morocco–South Africa*, America (US, CA, BR) & Middle East

110,000

220,000

Europe–Central Africa

125,000

250,000

Europe–South Africa*, America (US, CA, BR) & Middle East

140,000

280,000

South Africa* Equatorial Guinea, Cameroon, Central African Republic, Gabon, Congo, Angola, Kenya

Royal Jordanian

Royal Jordanian is the national carrier of the Kingdom of Jordan and joined the oneworld Alliance in 2007. It serves 45 destinations in 30 countries throughout the Middle East, where it offers one of the most extensive networks of any airline, and to Europe, Asia, Africa and North America.

Return flights:

Route

Economy Class

Business Class

Flights within Jordan

30,000

40,000

Flights within the Middle East

40,000

60,000

Europe–the Middle East

80,000

120,000

The Middle East–North America

190,000

270,000

The Middle East–Asia

150,000

220,000

One-way flights:

Route

Economy Class

Business Class

Flights within Jordan

18,000

24,000

Flights within the Middle East

24,000

36,000

Europe–the Middle East

48,000

72,000

The Middle East–North America

114,000

162,000

The Middle East–Asia

90,000

132,000

S7 Airlines

S7 Airlines is Russia’s largest domestic carrier. It joined the oneworld Alliance in 2010. Based at Moscow Domodedovo Airport, the airline operates flights to almost 200 destinations in 33 countries throughout Europe, the Middle East and Asia (including lots of destinations in Russia).

Return Flights:

Route

Economy Class

Business Class

Flights within Russia

45,000

85,000

Europe–Russia

55,000

95,000

Russia–the Middle East

55,000

95,000

Europe–the Middle East

90,000

160,000

Russia–Asia

140,000

210,000

Europe–Asia

170,000

255,000

One-way flights:

Route

Economy Class

Business Class

Flights within Russia

27,000

51,000

Europe–Russia

33,000

57,000

Russia–the Middle East

33,000

57,000

Europe–the Middle East

54,000

96,000

Russia–Asia

84,000

126,000

Europe–Asia

102,000

153,000

SriLankan Airlines

SriLankan Airlines is the flag carrier of Sri Lanka and the first and only South Asian carrier to join the oneworld Alliance. Renowned for its world-class service, SriLankan Airlines operates flights between its Colombo base and more than 110 destinations in 48 countries across Asia, Europe and the Middle East. It is the largest international airline serving Maldives, and it also has a significant presence in Southern India.

Return flights:

Route

Economy Class

Business Class

Sri Lanka–India (except Delhi), Maldives

30,000

60,000

Sri Lanka–Delhi, Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand

125,000

250,000

Sri Lanka–Middle East (incl. Pakistan)

150,000

300,000

Sri Lanka–Europe, China, Japan

250,000

500,000

One-way flights:

Route

Economy Class

Business Class

Sri Lanka–India (except Delhi), Maldives

18,000

36,000

Sri Lanka–Delhi, Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand

75,000

150,000

Sri Lanka–Middle East (incl. Pakistan)

90,000

180,000

Sri Lanka–Europe, China, Japan

150,000

300,000

Terms and conditions for award flights with partner airlines

  • Awards are valid only on flights operated by the partner concerned (restrictions apply to code-share flights).
  • An award may be combined with a Finnair flight.
  • Award flights can be round trips or one ways. For return flights, the point of departure and return must be the same.
  • The point cost of an award flight is for one person only. Scheduled international flights include connecting flights in Finland.
  • Connections for award flights are always booked for the first possible flight. No stopovers are permitted.
  • One additional stopover is permitted on intercontinental flights.
  • The outgoing and return flights may not be on the same day.
  • The customer is liable to pay all passenger fees, taxes and any surcharges relating to award flights.
  • Ticketing within one day from the reservation.
  • Changes are allowed before departure, change fee applies.
  • No changes after the journey has begun.
  • Cancellation fee applies.
  • The corresponding number of points will be debited from the account when an award booking is made.
  • If the customer travels in multiple travel classes during an award journey, the cost of that award will be calculated based on the highest travel class.
  • The number of seats available with award flight booking classes is limited. There is no waitlist.
  • It is not possible to book awards for certain times and routes.
  • Awards may not be exchanged for money, nor may any two overlapping awards be taken together.
  • Each airline partner has its own booking and payment regulations. Further regulations will be explained when flights are booked.
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