You might remember our story late last year about our flight in Finnair’s A330 business class throne seat from San Francisco to Helsinki. After a few days in Finland — which included a very AvGeeky chat with the manager of Finnair’s A350 fleet — it was time to head back to the US. To shake things up a little, instead of our usual article format, we put together a video recapping the return journey. We hope you enjoy it!

Clearly we spent a ton of time talking about Finnair’s new flagship Airbus A350s … but we never flew one ourselves. Well we’re about to fix that! On Sunday March 31st into Monday April 1st we’ll be flying Finnair’s inaugural service from Los Angeles LAX to Helsinki on the A350. It’s the airline’s first US route to get full-time A350 service, which means a huge passenger experience upgrade in all cabins. As usual, we’ll be live tweeting along the way @AirlineReporter.

Also we’re genuinely interested in your feedback on the video trip report format. Would you like to see more videos enter the mix? And subscribe to our YouTube channel to get a first look at clips from our trips!

SENIOR CORRESPONDENT - SAN FRANCISCO, CA. Manu got his private pilot license in high school, setting the tone for his interest in all things aviation. He earned his frequent flyer credentials working as a journalist, and is now a medical resident in New York City. He enjoys writing about air travel from a millennial's perspective.

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3 Comments
Gregg Wiggins

Personally, I’d prefer an article to read instead of a video to watch.

Hello Manu,

Can I know what software you used to create and edit the video, and what you used for the photos slidehow?

Thanks and kind regards,

Rohit

*slideshow not slidehow

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