Finnair flight schedule

See Finnair Cargo’s current flight schedule.

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Take a 360° tour in Europe’s most modern cargo terminal

Find out details about cargo handling in the ultramodern COOL Cargo terminal at Helsinki Airport, built with the mindset of Nordic efficiency.

Cargo gateway to the short northern route between Europe and Asia

Finnair Cargo's extensive network connects 19 cities in Asia and 8 cities in North America with over 100 destinations in Europe.

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Dry ice logistics – in a nutshell

There has been a lot of buzz around dry ice since the discussions started about transporting vaccines last autumn. However, dry ice as a component to keep frozen goods in the desired temperature has been around for decades. In 2020, Finnair Cargo carried over 300 tons of dry ice. In air transportation, it is classified as miscellaneous dangerous goods, class 9, which poses restrictions and additional safety regulations. If it has been a while ago since you took chemistry lessons, here’s one for logistics professionals.

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Finnair Cargo facilities ready for distribution of Covid-19 vaccines

In 2018, Finnair Cargo constructed the most modern air cargo terminal in Europe, designed for excellence in transporting temperature-controlled products. As IATA stated, ‘Safely delivering COVID-19 vaccines will be the mission of the century for the global air cargo industry’.

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About Finnair cargo

Finnair Cargo is one of the largest air cargo carriers in the Nordic and Baltic region. It specialises in flying high-value items the short northern route between Europe and Asia from its Helsinki COOL hub, the most modern and digitalised air cargo terminal in Europe. Last year Finnair Cargo grew revenue by 2,4% to 212 € million. The airline carried 800 tons of freight daily in 2019, out of which over 100 tons are special cargo items.

Finnair has invested heavily in technological innovations and digital to radically improve transparency and efficiency of air cargo shipping process. The Internet of Things monitoring system provides real-time data to the Control Centre in Helsinki showing where every truck, plane and shipment is, it displays arrival times and connecting transport and, in the future, it will monitor the temperature of cargo at every step of the journey.

Following Finnair Group’s Asia strategy, Finnair Cargo is specialised in air cargo shipping between Europe and Asia. Therefore, Helsinki has become an important hub from where most import cargo from Asia continues to various European destinations.