Finnair

Finnair losses continue with Asia shut to international travel

Finnair expects Asia markets will mostly stay closed until 2022, hurting its financial results  ...


Passenger numbers boost for Scandinavian carriers in September

Carriers in Scandinavia see improved traffic numbers as demand for air travel rebounds.   ...


Finnair uses A350s to raise cash in sale and leaseback deal

Finnair is selling and leasing back four of its A350s to raise funds to boost its finances  ...


Finnair hopes for “gradual recovery” in late summer 2021

Finnair sees travel demand “gradually” recovering in late summer 2021....


Finnair considers purchase of up to 20 electric aircraft

Finnair considers focusing on electric aviation as the company believes that it will be “one of the tools for the future of flying”....


Finnair plans to buyback its own shares

Finnair announced that it would start re-acquiring its own shares....


Finland to help Finnair with €400 million hybrid loan

The Finnish government plans to support the national flag-carrier Finnair with a €400 million hybrid loan....


Finnair offers flights to visit Santa for those stuck at home

The ongoing pandemic altered Christmas plans, but Finnair tries to bring back the spirit of Christmas with virtual reality flights to Santa’s hometown....


Finnair Cargo ready to facilitate delivery of COVID-19 vaccine

As several pharmaceutical companies reach the phase 3 of COVID-19 vaccine trials, it is time to start preparing the supply chain. Finnair cargo claims to be equipped and ready to help transport millions of vaccines around the world as soon as they are available.   ...


Finnair changes long-term planning unrecognizably

Finnair’s successful journey to financial growth and expansion went into survival mode in a very short time. The challenges caused by the COVID-19 forced the flag carrier of Finland to make radical changes in the company’s planning strategy.  ...