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finnairinfo GENERAL INFLIGHT TIPS Avoid dehydration by drinking at least 2 decilitres of non-alcoholic beverage per hour. Consumption of beverages with alcohol or caffeine should be limited, though. Wear loose, comfortable clothing made of natural fabrics. Move your feet and legs as much as possible, curling and tensing them from time to time. When possible, stroll around the cabin and stretch. Consider the use of knee-length gradient compression stockings, especially if you have extra risk factors for slower circulation or blood clotting. If in doubt, consult your physician. Welcome Aboard AT THE START of each flight, the cabin crew presents safety information, which is also listed on the safety instruction card in the seat pocket. Safety belts must remain fastened when the "Fasten safety belt" sign is on. For safety reasons we recommend keeping them fastened even when the sign has been switched off. During the flight, passengers may use MP3, CD or DVD players as well as laptop computers when the "Fasten safety belt" sign is off. INFLIGHT ENTERTAINMENT on intercontinental scheduled flights and Leisure flights includes music, movies and Airshow video screens, which allows passengers to track their flight on the map. On scheduled flights, headphones are available free of charge. On Leisure flights they are sold for three euros, but you may keep them for future use. On Airbus planes operating within Europe, the overhead screens offer route maps, short programmes and landscape images at departure and landing. CHILDREN are offered inflight books and games MEALS OR SNACKS are served on most international flights, as well as complimentary beverages with meals on scheduled flights. Please note that consumption of alcohol not served onboard the flight is forbidden. On Leisure flights, there is a fee for beverages. Domestic inflight service depends on flight duration. Coffee and tea are served on longer flights as well as snacks for a fee to and from Northern Finland (trial period). After 11 am soft drinks and alcoholic drinks are served for a fee on flights to and from Northern Finland. COSMETICS, SWEETS AND GIFT ITEMS are sold, if time permits, on scheduled flights to Amsterdam, Barcelona, Brussels, Budapest, Düsseldorf, Frankfurt, Geneva, Istanbul, Lisbon, Ljubljana, London, Madrid, Manchester, Milan, Munich, Paris, Pisa, Prague, Rome, Venice, Vienna and Zürich (usually not on Embraer aircraft) as well as on Leisure flights within the EU. On some Leisure flights in the EU, passengers may order taxable liquor for their flight home. Tax-free sales are available on Leisure flights outside the EU and on all intercontinental flights. Pre-order products may be ordered at for Leisure flights, for almost all European flights towards Helsinki and lasting more than two hours, as well as for scheduled intercontinental flights. On the outbound flight orders can be made from a catalogue for the return flight. Sweets are sold on fligths to and from Northern Finland when time permits. Try these simple exercises Slowly rotate and flex your ankles and legs while seated. Tense and then relax your calf and thigh muscles. Straighten your arms and gently stretch your neck. on all flights. On intercontinental scheduled flights and Leisure flights there is music and video entertainment. Sony PSP game consoles can be borrowed for a fee of 8 euros on Leisure flights. On the Airbus A340-300 and Airbus A330-300 aircraft games are available in the personal entertainment system. In Economy Class on international scheduled flights cognac, whisky, vodka, gin, cream liqueur and sparkling wine are available on flights of more than two hours at a cost of 5 euros. On flights to and from Northern Finland, the following are available after 11 am: soft drinks 2 euros, beer 4 euros, Koskenkorva Vodka cranberry long drinks, wine, sparkling wine, cognac and Jägermeister 5 euros. 100 BLUE WINGS SEPTEMBER 2009

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