Finnair has an aggressive move eastward and hit the SAS both in terms of number of lines and planes in the fleet. Right now it’s very good prices out there in both Business Class and Economy Class. Maybe it’s the excuse you need to try their new A350? Finnair currently flies with seven Airbus A340-300s and eight A330-300s in its fleet and will soon become the first European airline to fly with the new silent Airbus A350 XWB with significantly lower fuel consumption. Flights using the A350 starting on 25/10 to Shanghai, Beijing and 21/11 to 4/12 to Bangkok. 2016 are Hong Kong and Singapore first in line. Bangkok, Hong Kong and Singapore will be operated with a mixture of A350 and A330. Their new Business Class looks to be very similar to that SAS offers.
Here you can see the cabin configuration: So it was the prices: The prices apply “until further notice” and that is probably no doubt that there is a limited number of seats on each flight. Finnair has good connections from both Stocholm and Gothenburg makes the change in Helsinki smoothly and be one of Asia it is even the right way … Finnair’s own frequent flyer program called Finnair Plus and Finns are members of the OneWorld along with including British Airways, Qatar Airways and American Airlines. You thus serves Finnair Plus points from all OneWorldbolagen. Finnair’s route network: