Finnair - Air traffic is facing massive disruptions due to the volcanic eruption in Iceland
Thursday 15, April 2010
The volcanic eruption in Iceland has released ash clouds which cause difficulties with air traffic and affect significantly Northern Europe's air traffic.
If your flight has been cancelled due to this, you may postpone your travel until May 15, 2010 by contacting the travel agency or the airline company where you purchased your tickets.
If you have a return flight and you are unable to change your travel plans, please contact the Finnair service desk at the airport or Finnair Customer Care Center.
Service to customers is provided on the telephone numbers +358 800 9 3466 or +358 600 140 140 (3.12 e/answered call + lnc, you may use our Local world-wide contact numbers as well.
Please check the status of your flight at the Finavia web page. Do not go to the airport if your flight has been cancelled.
Due to the cancellation, you may apply for a refund for an unused ticket using the Refund Form (only for a Finnair ticket).
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