Helsinki-Vantaa International Airport

Helsinki-Vantaa International Airport

Helsinki Airport is known for the high quality and reliability of its modern services.


Helsinki Airport was opened in 1952 for the Helsinki Olympic Games. Today, the airport handles over 13 million passengers a year and provides around 20,000 jobs.

Helsinki Airport is advantageously situated along the most direct and quickest route from Europe to Asia. The Via Helsinki service concept guarantees a swift and smooth journey.

To enable the growth and development of Helsinki Airport also in the future, Finavia has started large extension, renovation and redevelopment works. These will improve the services both for the airlines as well as for their passengers.

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Location

Helsinki-Vantaa International Airport PL 29
Vantaa 01531
Finland

Contact Info
Telephone: 
+358 200 14636, +358 9 8277 3003
Email: 
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Helsinki-Vantaa Weather info
Clear sky

Location of this weather station:
0.9 km South

Reported on:
Wed, 2018-08-15 16:50


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