Finnair offers fast and convenient check-in online services to its passengers. This is available from up to 36 hours before the scheduled time of flight departure. Customers also have the option to download an app to their mobile phone, and check-in through that. Not all flight routes offer online or mobile phone check-in services. Self-service kiosks are available at some airports, including Amsterdam, London, Manchester, and Copenhagen. There is also an automatic check-in service; whereby, registered passengers are sent a boarding pass directly to their mobile phone. For those that prefer to do it the old fashioned way, there are check in desks at the airport.
Baggage allowances tend to vary according to flight route and passenger class. In general:
Finnair has its headquarters at Helsinki Vantaa Airport, Finland. It is the country’s largest airline, and the world’s fifth oldest airline. Its first flight was made in 1924 from Helsinki to Tallinn. Today, the company has a fleet of over 70 aircraft, and offers flights to Finland and over 80 other destinations across North America, Asia, and Europe. Finnair has earned a reputation as being one of the safest airline companies in the world.
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