Finnair Business Class Review
Take a look inside Finnair’s A350 business class cabin. We recently flew with the airline to Helsinki, where we also checked out their new Platinum Wing Lounge.
Finnair’s business class cabin has a 1-2-1 configuration with the window seats pointed towards the windows and the middle seats pointed towards the centre of the plane.
The middle seats are angled toward each other an great for anyone wanting to converse with their travelling companion. the privacy screens however also add enough of a barrier if you’d prefer to keep to yourself.
Each business class bed transforms into a fully flat 2 metre long bed with plenty of space.
The seat controls, entertainment remote, and connectivity ports for your devices are all conveniently located in the console by the side of your seat.
Finnair have undertaken a soft refurbishment on their business class cabin since we last reviewed them back in 2017. The new look cabins have the the same grey seat and upholstery, however the lime green pillows, blankets and amenity kits have been replaced by a new navy blue Marimekko design.
Finnair’s business class inflight menu features Nordic chefs, local produce and signature Finnish flavours such as blueberries and salmon. Passengers can also use the Good Morning menu to select their preferences for breakfast at the start of the flight, with the option to be woken for meals or left uninterrupted.
To book your round the world flights and experience Finnair’s business class, contact our RTW Airfare Consultants today.