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Blue1 merged with CityJet

Blue1 ceased operations in 2016 and merged all of its routes and merged into CityJet. Take a look at the CityJet page or look at other airlines that fly similar routes to Blue1:

About Blue1

Blue1 was a Finnish subsidiary airline for Scandinavian Airlines Sistem Aktiebolag, the Swedish holding company. The Baltic airline has its hub at Copenhagen Airport in Denmark and its main office at Vantaa, a small Finnish city. Being an affiliate member of Star Alliance, Blue1 offered connecting routes with other airlines of the alliance such as Adria AirwaysCroatia Airlines, Lufthansa, Avianca and many others. The airline flies to around 28 destinations around Europe, mainly Scandinavia and Northern European destinations.

Cabin Classes

Blue1 passengers could choose to fly in Economy Class or Premium Economy.

Economy Class

If you're feeling a little peckish on the flight you can enjoy a light meal after purchasing from Cafe1. Hot and cold beverages available for free on all Blue1 flights. Seating comfort is important to Blue1 and therefore has provided comfortable seats with enough pitch between seats allowing passengers to stretch out and relax on flight.

Premium Economy Class

If you want added comfort in the premium economy class, EconomyFlex is the class for you. Enjoy a light meal onboard with hot and cold beverages at your choice. Stay entertained with the latest news with national newspapers provided to you. With a 32 inch pitch, you get the comfort of stretching those legs which are always needed.

Prior to boarding, you can enjoy a quick Business Class check-in and Fast Track at Security. You will also be able to unwind before your flight in the Helsinki Lounge.


Blue1 had different check in policies for online check in and airport check in.

Online Check-In

Blue1 passengers could check in online through the airline's website prior to the flight departure.

Airport Check-In

We advised that passengers arrived at least 3 hours prior to the flight departure time in order to have enough time to check in baggage and go through security procedures.

Frequent Flyer Program

The frequent flyer programme of Blue1 was called 'EuroBonus'. Members of EuroBonus can earn points, known as "EuroBonus points" by flying with Blue1, SAS, Widerøe, and other partner airlines within the Star Alliance network. EuroBonus members can benefit from a number of services depending on their membership tier. These can include priority services such as check-in, boarding, and baggage handling, access to airport lounges, extra baggage allowance, and bonus points earning.

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As of December 2015, Blue1 didn't operate any aircraft since the Boeing 717-200s previously operated had been phased out without replacement. Blue 1 previously operated a fleet of the following aircraft:

  • Boeing 717-200
  • ATR-72
  • McDonnell Douglas MD-90
  • Avro RJ100
  • Avro RJ85
  • Saab 2000
  • Fokker F28
  • Saab 340
  • Jetstream 31
  • Embraser EMB 100 Bandierante
  • Cessna 402

Hub Airport

Kastrup Copenhagen Airport

Copenhagen’s main airport Kastrup is the largest airport in all of the Nordic countries and the busiest international airport in Scandinavia.

The airport has an average of 60 scheduled airlines and serves more than 60,000 passengers daily and more than 25 million passengers on a yearly basis.

Other airlines with Kastrup as a hub are the Thomas Cook Airlines Scandinavia, SAS Link, SAS Connect and Norwegian Air Shuttle.

Frequently asked questions

Where did Blue1 fly to?

Blue1 operated flights to a number of domestic destinations within Finland, including Helsinki, Turku, Tampere, Oulu, Rovaniemi, and Kuopio. Blue1 also operated a range of international destinations alongside itss subsidiary airline to Stockholm, Oslo, Amsterdam, Berlin and many more.