Finavia Mariehamn Airport

Mariehamn Airport

The islands culture, their colourful history, the sea and the natural surroundings plus a plethora of events make this self-governing island state a fascinating place to visit at any time of the year. In 2007, some 63,000 passengers passed through the airport, located only three kilometres from the centre of the city of Mariehamn.

Air Åland (Avitrans Nordic Ab) and Turku Air operates flights to this airport. In addition to holiday-makers, the visitors include participants to international conferences, golfers, recreational fishermen and sports enthusiasts.


Finavia Mariehamn Airport Flygfältsvägen 67
Mariehamn 22120

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