HEL of an opportunity
We are continuously breaking our records. 22.7 million passengers served in our 21 airports. That’s a 9,2 % increase in the amount of passengers. There are many reasons to fall in love with Finland.
The tourism in Finland is blooming. Finland has been ranked one of the best destinations in the world by National Geographic, as well as one of the best places to travel according to the Lonely Planet. More and more people from all around the world travel to explore our wild nature, clean lakes, breathtaking aurora borealis, and midnight sun. No wonder we are ranked one of the happiest people on the planet! Find more info about Finland as a destination: visitfinland.com
What makes us special?
We provide excellent passenger experience, guarantee smooth transfers, and efficient and fast turnarounds for airplanes.
We are proud of:
- the positive economic growth in Finland and ever increasing outbound travel
- the top quality resulting in one of Europe’s lowest landing costs
- investing in long-lasting cooperation and active support to airlines for opening new routes to Finland
- putting safety and efficiency above everything involving flight safety, security checks of the passengers and luggage, safety of the apron and cyber security
One HEL of a plan
We are making extensive investments to secure smooth travelling also in the future. With an ongoing 900 million EUR development programme in Helsinki Airport, we increase capacity for long-haul and transfer passengers as well as for wide-body aircraft and improve the traffic arrangements. The improvements allow us to serve up to 30 million passengers. The total area of the terminal in the early 2020s will be more than 250,000 square metres being able to accommodate more than 10 Finnish Parliament Houses. The aircraft parking areas and taxiways, will be renovated over an area of 450,000 square metres. The size of the construction site is equal to 90 football pitches.
We are on the leading edge of environmental sustainability. Since summer 2017, Helsinki Airport has been carbon neutral, and all our other airports will follow by 2020. Nearly 60% of all aircraft landings at Helsinki Airport are employing continuous descent approach reducing aircraft fuel consumption, emissions and noise.
We aim to make our customers happy and satisfied in any way possible. We are continuously developing our services to ensure smooth travel experience to our passengers. Efficiency and safety are our key priorities to ensure minimum costs and flight delays. It’s a win-win situation.