Finnair is upgrading the cabins on all its Embraer aircraft.
The improvements will give the Embraer fleet a fresh and inviting interior with familiar elements from the previously redesigned Finnair long-haul aircraft cabins.
The upgrades will include new seats – no details so far.
Finnair expects to operate the first renewed aircraft at the end of 2024 with all aircraft refurbished in 2025.
The airline flies the Embraer on domestic and European destinations.
Finnair’s E190s have 100 seats in a 2×2 layout [Image: Finnair]
Finnair has 12 Embraer 190s. They have 100 seats and are are operated for Finnair by Nordic Regional Airlines.
Embraer jet engine aircraft flies to Finnair’s domestic and European destinations. The renewed Embraer aircraft has 100 seats and there are 12 aircraft in the Embraer fleet in total.
Ole Orvér, Chief Commercial Officer for Finnair:
“We want to improve travel comfort and provide our customers with a high-quality travel experience across our route network. We will bring similar elements and feeling to our Embraer fleet as we have used in our previously redesigned Airbus wide-body aircraft”.
Finnair is the largest airline in Finland. It’s main hub is Helsinki Airport, from where it flies to over 80 destinations in Asia, North America, Europe. It specialises in connecting passenger and cargo traffic between Asia and Europe via the short northern route.
Finnair is one of the oldest operating airlines in the world, celebrating its centenary in 2023.
Routes: Finnair flies to over 80 destinations in Finland, Europe, Asia and North America with an emphasis on fast connections via Helsinki.
Fleet: Over 70 aircraft, comprising:
- 6 Airbus A319
- 10 Airbus A320
- 15 Airbus A321
- 8 Airbus A330
- 17 Airbus A350 ( + 2 on order)
- 12 ATR 72
- 12 Embraer E190
(Figures from finnair.com on 24/10/2023).
Passengers: Over 13 million in 2018.