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2.6.2017 at 10:10
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Take part in Finavia's sustainability dialogue

Being a sustainable company, we want to continuously develop our activities. Tell us your opinions on how we could even better succeed in what we do.

We would like all of our stakeholders, such as passengers, partners, personnel, representatives of the media and our neighbours, to take part in an online sustainability dialogue and to tell us your ideas.

Taking part in the online dialogue takes ten minutes, or longer if you want to dive deeper into the subject. You can return to the dialogue later, as discussion topics change from time to time.

The online dialogue forms the basis of our materiality analysis which helps us to identify and understand what sustainability themes are important to our stakeholders and critical to our business. We will use the results to develop our sustainability practices.

We appreciate your opinions and ideas. You can take part until end of August. All comments will be anonymous.

Click here to take part in the online dialogue

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Read more about our sustainability work and accomplishments from our Responsibility report

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