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Average age of aircraft - 9.2 yrs, according to www.airfleets.net 07/01/18
Finnair is reported to have the following aircraft fleet:
8 Airbus A319 100
10 Airbus A320 200
18 Airbus A321 200
8 Airbus A330 300
11 Airbus A350 900
12 Embraer E 190
Finnair, Finlands national airline, dates back to 1923, although the name finnair was not used until 1953, with seaplanes being used intil Finlands first airport was built in 1936.
The Finnish goverment took a major stake in the airline in 1946 and flights to the rest of Europe were restarted after the restrictions of world War 2.
In 2011, it was announced that the Finnish domestic airline, Finnish Commuter Airlines, had been bought in a joint venture with Flybe (the latter having a 60% share).
Finnair now has a fleet of 79 aircraft, carrying 10.8 million passengers in 2016, a 4% increase from the previous year.
10/01/13 Finnair Rated the Worlds Safest Airline
According to a report published this week by the Jet Airliner Crash Data Evaluation Centre, Finnair is the safest airline in the world. Their rating system looks at serious ince...More
01/07/11 Flybe Announce Joint Venture With Finnair
Flybe has announced that, as the resutl of a joint venture with Finnair, they have bought Finnish Commuter Airlines, Finlands largest domestic airline. Flybe will have a 60% stake...More
10/12/10 Finnair Getting Back to Normal After Strike Action Ends
Finnair have announced today that flights are gradually getting back to normal after the end of the strike action which had caused disruption to flight schedules during the last we...More
07/12/10 Finnair Disruption by Cabin Crew Industrial Action May Worsen
Finnair are reporting that flights have been disrupted by cabin crew industrial action for the past week but are endeavouring to keep the disruption to a minimum. However, it is...More