Class rating 7.8
- Boarding 8.6
- Seat for sitting 8.7
- Seat for sleeping 7.0
- Service 8.6
- Entertainment 6.2
- Food & drink 7.8
- Punctuality 7.6
- Baggage 8.2
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Finnair's premium long-haul cabin has been revamped, with the new seats due to be fitted to most long-haul aircraft by autumn 2014.
Half of the A330 fleet has the new, staggered layout featuring a 79-inch fully flat bed with 23 inches of shoulder room, individual reading light, adjustable head rest, mood lights and “a range of inflight entertainment options”.
The seats offer text and email from the in-seat phone and have universal power points.
There is a full-meal service, including appetizers, soup, a choice of three mains, cheese platter and desert plus snacks. On some overnight flights, there is a lounge dining option.
Airbus A340-300 aircraft and some of the older A330s still have a 2-2-2 layout with a 63" (160cm) pitch. The inclined flat beds have a grey and blue colour scheme.
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Check In: I checked in online for my flight from Amsterdam to Helsinki then on to Hong Kong departing Amsterdam on Wednesday at 1905. On arrival at Schiphol there was no queue for baggage drop so I was quickly on my way through the fast track security to airside. Lounge: Finnair use the Menzies lounge in the Schengen departure lounge at Schiphol. This is a pretty... more
Business Passenger boarding started before general boarding. Staff were swift in taking my jacket and in offering a drink. After take off food was served promptly although I skipped this. The seat is not horizontal but angled lie flat. I made it a bit more comfortable by putting a spare pillow under my feet as I did tend to slide down. The seat arm also drops to... more