Finnair celebrates the first anniversary of its Airbus A350 XWB aircrafts this week, on October7th.
As the first airline in Europe to have welcomed the A350s to its fleet, Finnair has introduced a whole new sense of flying.
The planes were designed and built in Toulouse, France, over several years by an international team of designers and engineers.
The order for these aircraft was placed in 2005, and after 11 years these beauties arrived in their home hub, Helsinki Airport.
Finnair will receive a total of 19 A350s by 2023, and currently operates seven A350s.
The Finnair A350s fly form Helsinki to Asian destinations and weekly also to London and Brussels.