Finland’s coast boasts the world’s largest archipelago, consisting of old wooden towns, lighthouses, historical manors and stone churches and large national parks stretching over land and sea. The laid-back islander lifestyle and a strong maritime culture are key characteristics of this fascinating area.
Explore Finland's coast and archipelago through Finavia airports
Oulu Airport (OUL)
Oulu Airport is part of the Finavia airport network. Serving the bustling technology and university city of Oulu, it is the second busiest airport in Finland.
Turku Airport (TKU)
As the oldest civilian airport in Finland, it continues Turku's illustrious past as an aviation city. Today, Turku is one of the busiest airports the country, both in passenger traffic and cargo.
Vaasa Airport (VAA)
Vaasa Airport serves especially business travellers and tourists in the Ostrobothnia and South Ostrobothnia region. The number of direct charter flights to holiday destinations in Southern Europe has been increasing steadily during past decade.
Mariehamn Airport (MHQ)
Mariehamn airport on the Åland islands is located on the right by the sea. The airport serves solely commercial and general aviation, as no military aircrafts visit the demilitarised islands.
Kokkola-Pietarsaari Airport (KOK)
Named after the two nearest cities, Kokkola-Pietarsaari Airport serves the coastal region of Central Ostrobothnia, offering both traffic connections and a setting for active general aviation.
Pori Airport (POR)
Pori Airport has daily a connection to Helsinki and also serves international charter flights to holiday destinations.
Picture above: Yyteri beach. Visit Finland