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Finnair (AY) seat maps

Finnair is Finland's flagship carrier and the largest airline, founded on November 1, 1923. Finnair and its subsidiaries are leaders in both domestic and international air transport in Finland. Finnair is the sixth oldest airline in the world to operate continuously. The airline is headquartered at Helsinki Airport Vantaa, Finland. Finnair's main hub is Helsinki Airport. The company has a fleet of 83 aircrafts that serve 116 destinations. In addition, the airline has several Frequent-flyer programs, namely: Finnair Plus, Finnair Lounge, Finnair Premium Lounge, Finnair Plus Junior.

Finnair is one of the most famous airlines worldwide, especially whereas its profit and fleet size. It has AY IATA code. If individuals want to discover a certain airport and its site, they can look for this information using the FIN ICAO code. Finnair airlines seat map is wealthy and comfy. The company operates multitudinous hubs all over the globe, with the primary being located in Finland/CITY. Finnair arsenal incorporates 115 planes with different plural of Finnair flight seat map. The Finnair flies to a great number of purposes and 65 countries spanning North America, South America, Europe, Asia, and Oceania, which includes 266 cities. Major hubs in the network include 278 airports around the world. Finnair is a member of the Oneworld Alliance . Finnair plane seat map is rather diversified. Depending on the plural of the Finnair plane seat map, the plane can employ First, Business, Economy Premium and Economy cabins. Its fleet consists of plural aircrafts with sundry Finnair seatmap.

Here at we have compiled the most comprehensive database of airline seatmaps in the industry. Please click on the links below to see the extensive variety of seatmaps within the entire fleet of aircraft that Finnair operates.

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Check in rules

You can check in at the airport, online, or at self-service kiosks. Online check-in can be done up to 36 hours before departure. Check-in counters at the airport open three hours before departure. Self-service check-in kiosks are available at the following airports: Amsterdam, Bangkok, Beijing, Bergen, Billund, Brussels, Budapest, Copenhagen, Frankfurt, Fukuoka, Geneva, Gothenburg, Helsinki, Hong Kong, Keflavik, Kittilä, London, Munich, Oulu, Prague, Reykjavik, Rovaniemi, St. Petersburg, Stockholm-Arland, Stockholm-Bromma, Tallinn, Tampere, Tromsø, Turku, Umeå, Vienna, Vaasa, Warsaw and Zurich.

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Checked-in baggage allowance. Economy and Premium Economy Class: maximum weight 23kg. Business Class: maximum weight 32kg. All classes' sizes must not exceed 158 cm (sum of all measurements). Two hand baggage items and one personal item may be taken on board. Maximum dimensions 55cm x 40cm x 23cm. A personal item such as a small handbag, a small laptop bag, or a small backpack, maximum dimensions (length x width x height) 40cm x 30cm x 15cm

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Unaccompanied minors

A minor escort service is required for all unaccompanied children between the ages of 5 and 11 and is available for all flights offered by Finnair. Children who have booked the Unaccompanied Minor Service may fly on a connecting flight if the flights are on the same day, and Finnair operates both. Young travelers aged 12 years and over who travel alone are allowed on Finnair flights unaccompanied by an adult.

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A child ticket costs 10% of an adult ticket. An infant does not have its seat on board. If you want to buy a seat for your infant (child under two years of age), the price of the ticket, in this case, corresponds to a child ticket with a child discount. For most of our ticket types, the child discount is 25% of the base fare without fees and taxes. The children's discount applies to children from 2 to 11 years old.

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Small pets, including cats, small dogs, pet rabbits, turtles, and hedgehogs, may travel in the cabin provided that the total weight of the pet and the carrier does not exceed 8 kg. Larger dogs and ferrets may travel in the baggage compartment as long as the pet's total weight and its carrier do not exceed 50 kg. If the pet and its box weigh more than 50 kg, the pet must be carried as cargo.

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