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  1. 1. Finnair Benedict Gombocz
  2. 2. Finnair: Background  Finland’s flag carrier and biggest airline; headquartered in Vantaa and its main operating base is Helsinki-Vantaa Airport (Brussels Airport is used as a cargo hub).  Finnair and its subsidiary airlines dominate both domestic and global air travel in Finland.  The Government of Finland, with 55.8% of the shares, is its principal investor.  Fifth oldest airline in the world with continuous operation.  Has frequently been ranked one of the world’s most secure airlines, with no fatal or hull-loss disasters since 1963.  Member of the Oneworld airline alliance.  Carried 8.8 million passengers to more than 60 European and 15 Asian destinations in 2012.  Employs 6,784 people from December 2012.
  3. 3. Finnair: Subsidiaries and associates  Two subsidiary companies form Finnair’s cargo business: Finnair Cargo Oy and Finnair Cargo Terminal Operations Oy.  Both companies have their head offices at Helsinki-Vantaa Airport.
  4. 4. Finnair: Head office  In 2013, Finnair opened its main office, known as House of Travel and Transportation (or HOTT), on what was formerly a car park right beside its former head office in Tietotie 11, on the grounds of Helsinki-Vantaa Airport.  Construction on HOTT started in July 2011, finishing on time in June 2013.  The old main office had been used since 1994, when it replaced a main office located in Helsinki city centre.  The new mixed-use main office has a total floor space of 70,000 square metres (750,000 sq ft) and 22,400 square meters (241,000 sq ft) of office space.
  5. 5. Finnair: Hubs  Helsinki-Vantaa Airport  Brussels Airport (Cargo)
  6. 6. Finnair Cargo (MD-11)
  7. 7. Finnair: Destinations  Finnair flies to Asia, North America, and an extensive local network in Europe via its Helsinki-Vantaa base.  The domestic and intra-European flights are operated in cooperation with Flybe Nordic, with an ATR/Embraer fleet.
  8. 8. Finnair: Codeshare agreements  Apart from its fellow Oneworld members, Finnair (since April 2013) has codeshare agreements with these airlines:  Aeroflot (SkyTeam)  Air China (Star Alliance)  Air France (SkyTeam)  Bangkok Airways  Belavia  Czech Airlines (SkyTeam)  Flybe Nordic  Icelandair  Rossiya  TAP Portugal (Star Alliance)
  9. 9. Finnair: Finnair A340-300 in Oneworld livery
  10. 10. Finnair: Livery  In December 2010, Finnair unveiled a new livery; significant modifications include a redesigned and bigger lettering on the body, repainting of the engines in white, and reversal of the color scheme for the tail fin with a white background featuring a blue stylized logo.  The tail’s outline was additionally withdrawn.
  11. 11. Finnair: Uniform  The previous cabin of Finnair was ranked as the fifth most trendy by the French magazine Bon Voyage.  Ritva-Liisa Pohjalainen designed the current uniform, launching it in December 2011.  Finnair uses codes to specify a crew member rank: one stripe in the sleeve indicates normal cabin attendant and three stripes a purser.  In addition, female pursers have a white vertical stripe on their dresses or blouses.  Finnair requires its cabin crew to wear gloves in both take off and landing for security grounds; female crew need to switch high heels for boots for winter operations.
  12. 12. Finnair A330-300, Helsinki-Vantaa Airport
  13. 13. Finnair A320-214, Amsterdam Airport Schiphol
  14. 14. Finnair A319, Ivalo Airport
  15. 15. Finnair A340-300, Singapore Changi Airport
  16. 16. The End  YouTube links:  FinnAir Commercial:  Finnair safety video A320:  HK: Finnair Safety video:  Finnair safety video 757-200: