Joensuu Airport

Joensuu Airport There are excellent flight connections to the Finnish capital: Finnair and Finncomm Airlines have 5 flights every weekday and 4 flights at weekends to Helsinki. In 2007, approximately 143,000 passengers used the airport. Business travellers come to Joensuu for the numerous international companies based here. In particular there are wood processing firms, stone, metal and...

Finavia Vaasa Airport

Finavia Vaasa Airport Passenger numbers are increasingly sharply at Vaasa Airport. The estimate for the number of passengers in 2008 is about 343,400. Blue1, Finnair and Finncomm Airlines have regular traffic to Vaasa. Holiday destinations include Bulgaria, the Canary Islands, Greece, Turkey and Thailand. Vaasa is an international town that is developing and offering an example for all of...

Finavia Pori airport

Finavia Pori airport The airport operates from morning to late at night, for business and other passengers alike. Finncomm Airlines operates traffic at this airport. Charter traffic is brisk during the Pori Jazz Festival in July. There are also direct flights from Pori to holiday resorts in southern countries. In 2007, the Pori Airport served some 66,000 passengers. The airport is also an...

Oulu Airport

Oulu Airport The Oulu Airport is the Northern Finland’s gateway to the world. The airport has grown with the active technology centre and university town: in 2007, it was used by 840,000 business and holiday passengers. The airport has the second-largest passenger numbers in Finland. Finnair and Blue1/SAS have regular traffic to Oulu. There are direct flights to Helsinki, Rovaniemi and...

Kruunupyy Airport

Image - Kruunupyy Airport Located between Pietarsaari and Kokkola, Kruunupyy is a connecting factor between cities at the western coast. This region of idyllic wooden houses also appeals to visitors through the beauty of its green river valleys and the vicinity of sea. On the cultural side, the musical community of Kaustinen is located nearby. There are direct flights from Kruunupyy to holiday resorts...

Helsinki-Malmi Airport

Helsinki-Malmi Airport The Helsinki-Malmi Airport was completed in 1936. When the Helsinki-Vantaa Airport was completed just in time for the 1952 Summer Olympics, the Helsinki-Malmi Airport was reserved for light commercial aircrafts and private planes. Small aircraft aviation restored the former glory of Malmi. The operations at this airport are focused on training; some 75–80% of all traffic is...