- n. A Finnish airline
- Finn + air < airline, introduced as marketing and brand name of the airline Aero Oy in 1953. In 1968 the name Aero was changed to Finnair. (Wiktionary)
“Finnair, which is 56 percent government-owned, flies to about 50 destinations with a fleet of 65 aircraft.”
“Finnair, which is 56 percent government-owned, flies to 50 destinations with a fleet of 63 aircraft.”
“While you can use your miles to fly American, British Airways, Finnair, and Iberia, American imposes "fuel surcharges" on British Airways awards, which can quickly turn your "free" ticket into a $500 one.”
“Finland's Finnair offers a face lift for 4.6 million miles and hair transplantation and breast augmentation at the same price, 3.2 million "Plus" program miles.”
“Nordic airlines Finnair and SAS said they haven't canceled any flights but have encouraged passengers to reschedule.”
“Some passengers have canceled tickets, Finnair said.”
“Finnair , Finland's biggest airline by sales, has hedged 75% of its fuel purchases for the next six months and is raising the fuel surcharge by 3% to 5% as of Wednesday.”
“At Finnair , a recent survey found that that nearly 20% of pilots who responded said they already worked a 14-hour day roughly twice a month.”
“HELSINKI (AP) Finnair cut seat capacity by 10% last month to meet falling demand, as the economic downturn continues to hit air travel worldwide, the Finnish airline said Tuesday.”
“The national carrier's overall traffic fell by 10% in August, compared with the same month last year, and passenger numbers declined by more than 9%, Finnair said.”
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