Finnair announces new, spacious Finnair Lounge on the Schengen side of Helsinki Airport

Finnair announces new, spacious Finnair Lounge on the Schengen side of Helsinki Airport

The lounge will be accessible from July 9th, 2024 

Finnair continues to invest in customer experience as the airline announces the opening of its brand-new Finnair Lounge on 9 July. Located on the Schengen side of Helsinki Airport, near gate 21, the lounge is designed to bring unparalleled comfort and convenience to travelers.

Finnair“We are delighted to announce the opening of our new Schengen lounge, providing even more space and comfort before take-off. Responding to the feedback from Finnair Plus tier members, the lounge features also an exclusive Finnair Platinum Corner for Finnair Plus Platinum and Platinum Lumo members to enjoy,” said Ole Orvér, Chief Commercial Officer at Finnair.

The new Finnair Business Lounge can be accessed by Business Class Classic and Flex ticket holders, and Finnair Plus Gold members. Lounge access can also be purchased as a travel extra during ticket booking, via Manage booking, or through the Finnair app.

“With increased space, the new Finnair Lounge comfortably accommodates up to 440 guests, which is about 150 seats more than the current lounge. Different spaces within the lounge are tailored to various needs: dining, working, resting and spending time with your travel companions,” said Meri Järvinen, Head of Airport Customer Experience.

The lounge’s design, led by Studio Joanna Laajisto, captures the essence of the Nordics: peaceful, natural, and inviting. Wooden textures, soft forms, and warm colors reflect the Finnish landscape’s serenity. Furniture from renowned Nordic design brands, such as Artek, Nikari, and Gubi, adds a touch of local craftsmanship to the setting. The new lounge offers spectacular views of the runway and the airport gate area.

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