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Finland should be called “Funland” instead. It is a country filled with jolly cheer and hearty smiles. Some fun facts include: Finns drink more coffee than any other demographic in the entire world. Double that of Italians and thrice as much as Americans, each Finnish person consumes a whopping average of 12.2 kg per year. Finland is also home to the most amount of heavy metal bands per capita. Another odd claim to fame, or infamy depending on how you look at it, is the Molotov Cocktail. This dangerous firework was invented by the Finns when the Soviets attacked in 1940.

Looking for cheap business class flights to Finland? We offer a wide range of business class flight options to Finland, so you can find the perfect flight to meet your needs. Whether you’re looking for a direct flight or one with stops, we can help you find the best deal on business class flights to Finland. And because we work with a variety of airlines, we can offer cheap business class flights from a variety of departure cities USA. So whether you’re coming from New York, Washington, or anywhere else, we can help you find cheap business class flights to Finland.

3 best places to visit in Finland

Traveling to Finland is an amazing experience for anyone who loves nature, peace, and quiet. This country is home to some of the most beautiful landscapes in the world, and its population is very friendly and welcoming. If you’re planning a trip to Finland, be sure to add these three places to your itinerary:

1. Suomenlinna: This sea fortress is located on an island just outside of Helsinki, and it’s one of the most popular tourist destinations in Finland. Visitors can explore the fortress walls, visit the museums, and enjoy the stunning views of Helsinki from the top of the fortifications.

2. Rovaniemi: Rovaniemi is the capital of Finnish Lapland, and it’s a great place to see the Northern Lights. There are also many other things to do in Rovaniemi, such as visiting Santa Claus Village (yes, Santa Claus really does live here!), going reindeer sledding, or taking a dip in an outdoor ice pool.

3. Levi: Levi is a small town in Finnish Lapland that is quickly becoming a popular tourist destination. It’s especially popular with skiers and snowboarders, as Levi is home to one of the best ski resorts in Finland. However, there are also many other things to do in Levi, such as dog sledding, snowmobiling, or simply exploring the beautiful winter scenery.

Useful Tips for Traveling to Finland

“Every Man’s Right”

There is a Finnish law that translates to “every man’s right.” Essentially, what this means is that anyone can travel to and camp in anyone’s forest (yes, that includes women even though the law says every “man”). As long as you’re not outwardly causing a ruckus, most Finns will welcome you to their land. Finns spent lots of time in the forest; foraging, jogging, or just going for a stroll are common Finnish pastimes.


Finland is a drinking country. Yet, you can only purchase alcohol over 5.5% from one store: Alko. Be sure to get there before 6 pm on Saturdays as that is when they close up shop. And remember they are closed on Sundays, so try your darndest to buy your booze on a weekday.


Most electrical sockets in Finland are going to be either type C or type F. Some places will have both but some will only have one, so be sure to get both types of adapters before getting to your hotel room.

What To Do in Finland

“Land of a Thousand Lakes”

Finland has been nicknamed the “Land of a Thousand Lakes” but that doesn’t do the country justice. In fact, Finland actually has 187,888 lakes. There are 179,584 islands within Finland’s territory, so there is lots to explore!


Finland is a country of luxury and tranquility. There are more than 2 million saunas in Finland! 99% of the Finnish population enjoys a sauna at least once a week. Sweat off everything you bought from the Alko store in one of these relaxing spas. There is even a Burger King that offers an in-store sauna for those who wish to sweat out the calories they gained from BK’s delectable nuggets.

Ants Nest Competition

This activity is only for the bravest and the boldest. There is a Finnish competition in which competitors all take off their clothes and lay against an ants’ nest. The first person to get up loses. The last person on the anthill wins. There is no rhyme or reason to this – just a classic case of testing human wherewithal. Try it… if you dare…

What NOT to do in Finland

Wear Clothes in the Sauna

Different countries behave differently to nudity, with America being one of the more sheepish. Finland is not. If you go into a sauna, be prepared to see some skin. Clothes are prohibited not for sexuality’s sake but for health. Most bathing suits are not designed for intense heat and wearing towels and/or robes can cause you to overheat. So be brave or stay out. Most saunas are divided by gender, if that worries you.

Feed the Reindeer

Finland is home to heartwarming creatures known to most Christian children. Reindeer are most often friendly but be warned: being nice is a choice for these beasts. They can be quite dangerous if they feel threatened. Only pet them if specifically welcomed by the reindeer’s keeper or risk losing a finger.

Walk on the Left Side

Finnish pavements follow the same rules of the highway: if you want to travel leisurely, stay in the right lane. If you want to go fast, stick to the left lane and zoom by those on your right.

Main International Airports

There are 30 airports in Finland, however some are strictly military airports. All of the civil airports offer business class flights.

Best Time to Visit Finland

Finland enjoys four full seasons and is fun to visit year-round. For those who enjoy winter activities, November through February may be pleasant months for you to visit. You’ll be able to enjoy skiing, skating, and ice-swimming (for those of you who are brave enough). Late summer or fall are best for enjoy the colorful foliage that paints the country. During summer, if you’re in Lapland, you’ll enjoy 24hour days where the sun never sets. Bring your eye mask for a good night’s sleep! If you’re interested in checking out business class flights.

Flying Time from United States to Finland

Capital to capital, a flight from U.S. to  Finland is usually more than 10 hours, with connecting flights.

Best Business Class Airlines to Fly to Finland

Voyagu does not rank its valued airline partners, but we provide a list of airlines that offer both discounted business class airfare and last-minute business class deals to Finland. Some of these may not have direct flights while instead arranging comforting connections:

  • United Airlines,
  • American Airlines,
  • Delta Airlines,
  • Lufthansa Airlines,
  • Air Canada.

For this specific destination, try Finn Air.

How to Get Business Class Fares to Finland with Voyagu

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Phone: 866-346-7848

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