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Finnair promotes its new image at locations.

Finnair promotes its new image at locations.

In preparation for its centenary celebration later this year, Finnair is expanding the reach of its new enhanced long-haul experience to more places than ever. The €200 million investment is a part of a significant investment to improve the passenger experience and includes a brand-new Business Class, an exciting new Premium Economy cabin, and refreshed Economy Class.

Customers flying from Helsinki to Tokyo-Narita will begin to enjoy the Nordic carrier’s award-winning cabin on August 1. Customers flying from Helsinki to Tokyo-Haneda will already enjoy the chic new interiors.

Beginning on September 1, passengers on Finnair’s well-traveled route to Seoul will also benefit from the new service, and beginning on September 13, travellers who want to explore Osaka can unwind while en route in the airline’s new cabin. Beginning on August 1st, Finnair plans to begin offering its new cabins to passengers travelling on its well-liked red carpet route between Helsinki and Los Angeles.

Customers flying to Chicago, Dallas, Miami, New York JFK, and Seattle have already experienced Finnair’s new elevated long-haul cabins, making Los Angeles the last American city on its network to do so.

As Finnair approaches its centenary, Anssi Partanen, market director for the UK and Ireland, said: “It is wonderful to be able to bring our new cutting-edge long-haul cabin to more destinations, and customers, across the world.

“This is a huge step towards our goal,” the company said. “We have been working nonstop on refitting our aircraft to ensure that even more customers can enjoy our renewed elevated experience.”

Finnair plans to launch its new, roomy long-haul design this summer on 14 international routes to Asia, the US, and the Middle East. Finnair served as the first customer for the innovative Business Class seat design, which was created in close collaboration with Collins Aerospace to maximise customer space and mobility.

Customers can create their own personal space in the distinctive fixed shell lounge during a comfortable long-haul flight thanks to the space’s numerous sitting and sleeping options.

The warm, dark, and cosy colour scheme used in Finnair’s Business Class and Premium Economy closely resembles that of the airline’s newly renovated non-Schengen lounges, which were unveiled at Helsinki Airport just before the pandemic.

The airline’s long-haul passengers now have a stylish and comfortable new cabin option thanks to the introduction of a brand-new Premium Economy cabin.

The long-haul Economy Class on Finnair’s A330 and three A350 aircraft has also undergone an upgrade with new seats, larger Inflight Entertainment (IFE) screens, and a more user-friendly interface.

The Nordic airline is currently reviewing its winter schedule and will soon reveal the locations where its enhanced long-haul service will be available.

Source- Travel daily

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