Finncomm Airlines also known as Finnish Commuter Airlines was a regional airline based in Ilmajoki, Finland. Finncomm Airlines operated flights to Estonia, Germany, Lithuania, Romania, and Sweden and to over 15 destinations within Finland from its base at Helsinki Airport. Finncomm Airlines was one of the largest domestic carriers in Finland measured by the number of flights operated.
Finncomm Airlines was replaced by Flybe Nordic in 2011 and was then rebranded as Nordic Regional Airlines in 2015.
Carry-on baggage had to fit in the overhead lockers and under the seat in front. No prohibited items were allowed to be stored in your carry-on baggage including liquids over 100ml.
Checked baggage couldn't weigh more than 32kg due to international health and safety regulations and it couldn't exceed the permitted size allowance.
Finncomm Airlines didn't offer online check-in.
We advised that passengers arrived at least 3 hours prior to the flight departure time in order to avoid long queues at the airport.
Finncomm Airlines flew to a number of destinations within Europe including Tallinn, Riga, Bucharest, Stuttgart, Vaasa and more.
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Finncomm Airlines didn't offer any in-flight entertainment.
Finncomm Airlines didn't have a frequent flyer programme.
Finncomm Airlines' fleet consisted of the following fleet:
Helsinki Airport (HEL) is the main international airport of Helsinki. This airport is the busiest airport in Finland and one of the busiest airports in the Nordic region measured by passenger traffic. Helsinki Airport is a hub for Finnair and Norra. Other airlines that fly to/from this airport include airBaltic, Air France, KLM, Lufthansa and more.