Passengers on Finnair’s Business Class Can Now Dine on Demand

The new service has been rolled out aboard flights to Shanghai, Seoul, and Tokyo.

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Long-haul passengers on Finnair’s refreshed business class will now be able to dine on demand, choosing from a wider range of culinary options and a signature seasonal menu created by top Swedish chef Tommy Myllymäki.

Another highlight is the traditional coffee and dessert course known as kahvikutsut, which offers seven kinds of treats including Karelian pies, coffee cake, and Finnish chocolates.

Since February 7, the new service has been rolled out aboard flights to Shanghai, Seoul, and Tokyo, with Finnair’s remaining long-haul destinations following suit throughout the spring and summer.

This article originally appeared in the February/March 2018 print issue of DestinAsian magazine (“Nordic Nourishment”).

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