then, Finnair has received 11 A319s, but three of them are now retired. Airbus A330 edit Finnair received its first A330-300s on 81 Now the airline has eight Airbus A330-300 aircraft in the fleet. 24 Labour disputes and restructuring (2006present) edit Finnair has suffered from many labour disputes in this period, resulting from cost-cutting measures prompted by competition from budget airlines. The events were not revealed until 2014. LOT Polish Airlines, Finnair lead network expansion race among Europes flag carriers; British Airways adds 20 new routes in two years, ro, "Finnair". "World Airline Directory." Flight International. The 2016 fleet plan now involves keeping its A330 fleet as its A350s are delivered, rather than withdrawing two of them in 2017, and shall retire those aircraft in the 2020s at the earliest. Once enough kilometers are banked into the passenger's account, a membership tier (Basic, Silver, Gold, Platinum or Platinum Lumo) is awarded. Meals and drinks edit On most European flights, coffee, tea, water, milk and blueberry juice are free. There are domestic and international newspapers on all flights and magazines on long-haul flights in business class. In mid-1923 he concluded an agreement with Junkers Flugzeugwerke AG to provide aircraft and technical support in exchange for a 50 ownership in the new airline. The new seat configuration will have 32 seats in Business Class, 42 seats in Economy Comfort Class and 262 in Economy Class, a total of 336 seats. This second seat configuration was initially planned to be used on routes with less business-class demand such as Bangkok, Beijing and Seoul, as well as on routes to leisure destinations such as Phuket, Krabi or Puerto Vallarta. Scheduled domestic services began in October 1979. 82 Finnair uses the A350 daily on the morning AY1331 flight from Helsinki to LondonHeathrow to carry extra freight as well.