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30.12.2015 at 09:00
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The websites of Lappeenranta and Varkaus airports will be closed on 31 December 2015

The number of Finavia airports decreases at the turn of the year as Lappeenranta and Varkaus leave the network. As of 1 January 2016, Finavia’s airport network will include 22 airports.

The Lappeenranta airport will be transferred to the possession of the Province of South Karelia and the City of Lappeenranta. Its website in the Finavia.fi online service will be closed on New Year’s Eve.

The operations of the Varkaus airport will be shut down due to the lack of air traffic connections. Also the Varkaus airport website will be closed on New Year’s Eve.

Previously informed

Varkaus to leave the Finavia airport network

Lappeenranta Airport acquired by new company

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