Finavia Tampere-Pirkkala Airport

Finavia Tampere-Pirkkala Airport Tampere-Pirkkala has rapidly become the third-busiest airport in Finland. Finnair and Finncomm operate flights to Helsinki and Blue1 to Stockholm. Ryanair has inexpensive flights to several European countries. Wingo operates route Turku-Tampere-Pirkkala-Oulu. In 2007, approximately 688,000 passengers used the Tampere-Pirkkala Airport. The Pirkkala CLX Business Zone to be...

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...

Seinajoki Airport

Seinajoki Airport Seinäjoki airport was inaugurated officially in 1983. The airport control tower was completed in autumn 1992. Traffic growth in the decade after the turn of the terminal was extended to its present size. Expansion was completed in 2003. The latest, in early 2009 completed the extension after the airport received more office space. Modernized office wing allowing, inter alia,...

Mikkeli airport

Mikkeli airport The Mikkeli airport is maintained by the city of Mikkeli. The airport serves especially the tourism and the industry of the area, as well as local companies doing business world-wide. To a provincial centre like Mikkeli, as well as to the centre of defence administration, the airport and its regular and scheduled services have important and central strategic meaning. For the...

Finavia Turku Airport

Finavia Turku Airport Finland’s oldest city Turku is, besides an idyllic summer city with a beautiful archipelago, also a logistic centre with good connections to Helsinki, Stockholm and Copenhagen. Travellers are also drawn to the region by the Moomin: The Turku Airport id the official airport of the Moominworld. Traffic to and from Turku is operated by Finnair, SAS/Blue1, Wizz Air and Wingo....

Rovaniemi airport

Rovaniemi airport Rovaniemi Airport is the Gateway for Finnish air traffic to Finnish Lapland, north west Russia, (Murmansk and Archangel), northern Sweden (Luleå), and northern Norway (Lakselv). The airport stands literally on the arctic circle, with the line of latitude running right through the airport grounds. Traffic to Rovaniemi is operated by Finnair, Blue1 and Aeroflot. 450,000...

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...

Kuopio Airport

Image - Kuopio Airport 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...

Kittila Airport

Image - Kittila Airport The passenger numbers at the Kittilä Airport have been rapidly increasing during recent times; in 2007, over 240,000 passengers used the airport. In spite of that, this northern airport has an unhurried and friendly atmosphere. The Nordic and Alpine skiing facilities at Levi and Ylläs are but a stone’s throw from the airport. Besides Finnair and Blue1, many charter companies...

Ivalo Airport

Ivalo Airport Ivalo Airport is the northernmost airport in Finland and Lapland’s oldest tourist airport. In 2007, almost 146,000 passengers passed through the Lapinhelmi (Pearl of Lapland) terminal. The gold fields of Tankavaara, the mountains of Saariselkä, Lake Inari and the world famous salmon rivers beckon travellers to the quiet of the wilderness. It is easy to get to northern Norway...

Enontekio Airport

Enontekio Airport Enontekiö Airport has an important part to play in the tourism of mountain Lapland - after all it does lie more than 1,000 km from the Finnish capital, Helsinki. You can continue your journey from the airport by light aircraft, snowmobile or reindeer team. The number of charter flights to Enontekiö has rapidly increased. In 2007, approximately 25,000 passengers used the...

Varkaus Airport

Varkaus Airport Varkaus Airport is particularly useful for the numerous surrounding business and industrial firms with trade links worldwide. Incoming tourism is also being developed in conjunction with various companies.

Lappeenranta Airport

Lappeenranta Airport Lappeenranta Airport sits at the eastern border of the European Union, amid an increasing flow of goods and passengers. From Lappeenranta you can reach Saimaa by water and travel the Saimaa Canal all the way to Viipuri (Vyborg). The airport is only a couple kilometres away from the amenities at the city centre of Lappeenranta. In 2008, approximately 23,350 passengers used the...

Kajaani airport

Kajaani airport The airy and stylish passenger terminal reflects the Kainuu region’s well-deserved reputation for natural peace of mind. In 2007, approximately 91,000 passengers passed through the terminal. Finnair and Finncomm Airlines fly the route between Kajaani and Helsinki-Vantaa. The airport is being developed with the help of tourism - current schemes include Christmas trips and "The...

Jyvaskyla Airport

Jyvaskyla Airport The stylish Jyväskylä Airport is located in the middle of the most beautiful parts of the Finnish Lake District. The airport was extended and refurbished in autumn 2004. In 2007 some 139,000 passengers passed through the terminal that is built using plenty of wood and glass surfaces. Finnair and Finncomm Airlines operate at the Jyväskylä Airport. Vinka training by the Finnish...