Kuopio Airport

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A lake terminal with a marina and boating routes to the Kuopio Airport is in its planning stages. This project is unique in the whole world.


Kuopio is of interest to business and science, but people also fly there for art, culture and tourism. Finnair, Blue1 and Finncomm Airlines have a total of 11 daily flights to Helsinki from this airport. AirBaltic has three flights from Kuopio to Riga. In 2008, approximately 290 000 passengers used the airport.

Finnair, Blue1 and Finncomm Airlines have a total of 9-10 daily flights to Helsinki from Kuopio airport. AirBaltic flies from Kuopio to Riga, Latvia.

Kuopio Airport has two separate car parks, one for short term and one for long term parking. The car parks also offer engine heating facilities.

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Location

Kuopio Airport Lentokentäntie 275
Toivala FI-70900
Finland

Contact Info
Telephone: 
+358 17 580 7211
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Kuopio Weather info
Overcast

Location of this weather station:
1.1 km North

Reported on:
Sun, 2018-12-09 11:50


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