Finnair’s Swedish passengers will benefit from a modern, spacious terminal after the airline moved to Terminal 5 at Stockholm’s Arlanda Airport.
The airline joins British Airways, Iberia and Malev at the terminal, which offers shorter distances and improved services compared to the old Terminal 2.
Markku Remes, Finnair’s customer experience management manager, said that the baggage drop desk is "open all day", while the security control has more service points.
"The terminal also has more shops and restaurants as well as a wider range of products than the old terminal," he commented.
In addition, the new terminal also features a priority lane for business passengers, while those travelling with oneworld airlines will be able to use the new executive lounge.
Passengers travelling to Arlanda from Stockholm city centre can do so using the Arlanda Express train, which takes just 20 minutes.
For added convenience check-in desks have been installed at Stockholm Central Station, meaning that travellers can check-in for their flight as they wait for their train.
Finnair announced last week that it had introduced a text message check-in service on its flights to London and Manchester.