What tastes good at 30,000 feet?

What tastes good at 30,000 feet?

As passenger palates change, so must inflight meals. Finnair collaborates with star chefs to offer a new-wave gourmet experience – but how do they work their magic when our sense of taste is impaired by up to 30 per cent when above the clouds? Finnair has always pampered passengers with indulgences beyond the standard bag

Fashion in flight five ways

Fashion in flight five ways

Take a walk down memory lane and prepare yourself for a runway show from Finnair’s 70 years of flight attendant fashion. Care-free style above the clouds When Finnair’s air hostesses first took to the skies in 1947, Finnair’s name was Aero and the uniforms were serious and included a flight cap. The dark blue, military

On a quest for digital talent

On a quest for digital talent

As you might have noticed already before, we are recruiting massively for various digital positions. From a recruiter’s point of view this opportunity of sourcing Software Developers has been extremely interesting. Our journey started in December 2016 when we decided to transform our traditional recruitment process into a more agile process. Having an ambitious goal

We did it!

We did it!

A lot has happened since February 2009 when I wrote in a blog post: “We hope ICAO will consider the work that’s been done and use it to prepare a proposal for the Copenhagen Climate Change Conference in December. I sincerely hope that these proposals will lead to a finished agreement. If that were to happen,

Drawn to the skies?

Drawn to the skies?

Kids are great. I was reminded of this recently on Finnair’s Family Day, when employees and their families had the chance to visit one of our Airbus aircraft. It was a constant flow of flaxen-haired boys wearing caps and girls in their summer dresses coming to visit the cockpit, full of questions about flying. They