For the media

Finavia’s Media Desk is open for the representatives of the press on Mon–Fri from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Advertising agencies, production companies, airport companies and students are advised to use the filming request form.

Finavia’s communications department serves media representatives on weekdays from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

The communications department can be reached by e-mail at [email protected] and by phone at +358 (0)20 7082002.

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Photography requests from production companies, advertising agencies, companies operating at the airport, etc.

If your photography request is not related to the media’s publishing needs, please contact Finavia using the photography request form.

Photography requests from production companies, advertising agencies, companies operating at the airport, etc., are processed by our customer service on the basis of the form. Media Desk only serves the media.

List of air traffic operators

More than 1,500 companies and authorities provide services to passengers and air traffic at our airports. Below is a list of a few air traffic operators.

Airlines answer questions about delays to individual flights, technical disruptions in aircraft or disruptions at the destination. Airlines provide information about aircraft maintenance, refuelling, catering, check-in, boarding and disembarking, as well as baggage loading and unloading.

If a media outlet wants to film inside an aircraft, the request should be submitted to the airline.

Fintraffic provides information about air navigation, flight obstacles and drone flying in the vicinity of the airport and responds to photography requests related to air traffic control operations.

Local rescue authorities provide information concerning the raising of air traffic rescue readiness.

The Finnish Border Guard responds to questions and photography requests regarding border control and border crossing.

Finnish Customs supervises the cross-border flow of goods at airports and responds to questions and photography requests regarding customs activities.

The police are also responsible for public order and security at airports. Further information and instructions on how to photograph police activities are available from the local police department.

The Finnish Transport and Communications Agency Traficom is responsible for regulations related to aviation safety (e.g. security control regulations) and supervision. Traficom also provides information on purchased traffic and pilot licences.

The Safety Investigation Authority is in charge of investigating dangerous situations and accidents in air traffic.

The Ministry of Social Affairs and Health is responsible for the prevention of, planning for and management of infectious diseases together with its administrative branch, the Finnish Institute for Health and Welfare (THL), regional state administrative agencies and wellbeing services counties.