Flights to Finland information
|Popular destinations||Helsinki, Rovaniemi, Kittilä|
|Flights depart from||United Kingdom|
|Avg. flight duration||3h 08m|
|Airlines||airBaltic, Norwegian, British Airways, Finnair, Norwegian Air International|
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How long is the flight to Finland?
The average direct flight from United Kingdom to Finland takes 6h 23m, covering a distance of 1203 miles. The most popular route is London - Helsinki with an average flight time of 2h 50m.
What is the cheapest flight to Finland?
The cheapest ticket to Finland from United Kingdom found in the last 72 hours was £31. The most popular route is London to Helsinki and the cheapest airline ticket found on this route in the last 72 hours was £31.
Which airlines fly to Finland?
Finnair, British Airways & American Airlines fly the most frequently from United Kingdom to Finland. The most popular route is London to Helsinki, and Finnair, British Airways and Cathay Pacific fly this route the most.
What are the most popular destinations in Finland?
Based on KAYAK flight searches, the most popular destination is Helsinki (67% of total searches to Finland). The next most popular destinations are Rovaniemi (9%) and Ivalo (8%). Searches for flights to Kittilä (5%), Tampere (4%) and Turku (4%) are also popular.
Where should I fly to if I want to visit Lapland?
For the best access to Lapland and all it has to offer, you should fly to Rovaniemi airport. From there you are only 9 mi from the town centre and the home of Santa Clause.
What flights to Finland should I consider if I want to see the northern lights?
To have the best chance of seeing the northern lights, you should find flights to Lapland or Northern Finland above the Arctic circle. Ivalo Airport (IVL) is the airport furthest north in Finland, located about 6 mi away from the town of Ivalo. If you want to go to Lapland, you should fly to Rovaniemi airport. From there, just search for areas that have minimal light pollution and no buildings obstructing your view. Lapland is a good location to see the northern lights as it has sparse population, providing an unspoilt environment to admire the lights.
Are there direct flights to Finland?
There are three airlines that have direct flights to Finland from the UK – Finnair, British Airways and Norwegian Air. Most other airlines will have a stopover in their home country.
Will I need a visa to visit Finland?
As a British citizen, you do not need a visa to visit Finland. Your passport just needs to be valid for your entire stay in Finland. It may be best to check the government website for the most up-to-date information on travelling to Finland and within the Schengen zone.
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Pros: Efficient boarding and disembarking.
Cons: Shocked that I need to produce my own printed boarding cards (I don't travel with a printer), or I must produce it on a smartphone. Neither available - I showed my confirmation of check-in on my email and the agent printed my boarding cards. Your idea of asking 32 Euro for a boarding card is &^%(*
Cons: the plane was delayed. no reason giving. when boarding, it was a white plane with no markings. inside it had Norwegian signs, but probably the plane was a substitute. Once in the air, the flight was fine.
Pros: Economy size seats fitted in Business Class and so much wastage of space around seats, very little quantity and quality of food available.The flights to Delhi and Amritsar has more than 60 % Punjab Travelers and there is not even a single movie in Punjabi movie. Poor.
Cons: Economy size seats fitted in Business Class and so much wastage of space around seats, very little quantity and quality of food available.The flights to Delhi and Amritsar has more than 60 % Punjab Travelers and there is not even a single movie in Punjabi language. Poor.
Pros: For a budget airline Norwegian does a good job in most areas - courteous, professional staff, clean, well-maintained planes, good service.
Cons: My flight from Oslo to Gatwick was delayed due to technical problems with the plane. We sat on the tarmac and left two hours late, causing me to miss my connection to Boston. I understand that these things happen, and I appreciate the attention to safety; however, the real problems began when we arrived at Gatwick. We were told an agent would meet the five of us who missed the flight at the gate to assist us. No agent was there, and we wandered to different Norwegian sites for help. When we finally found the right person, it took a ridiculous amount of time to rebook us. Here's the first problem with a carrier like Norwegian: they don't have as many flights, and none were going directly to Boston the following day. I was finally booked on a 6:20 a.m. flight to Copenhagen the next day with a 10 hour layover until the flight to Boston. The next problem was an outsourced service to provide me with a hotel and food voucher for the night. This literally took hours for them to arrange. It was over 6 hours from arrival at Gatwick to ending up with a place to stay - and then a 4 a.m. wakeup to get to the airport. I would hesitate to book Norwegian again for these reasons. Also - come on, Norwegian, soft drinks, water, and coffee/tea should be free.
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