Finavia closed the Terminal 2 of the airport because of the clean-up work for the accident that took place in autumn 2014. The emergency power system of the entire airport that was located in Terminal 2 has already been relocated to another building at the airport. The demolition work will begin in the second week of June.
“During the clean-up, we were forced to demolish so much of the terminal structures that we were left with no alternative but to demolish the entire building. The clean-up work has been conducted extremely carefully in order to minimise the effects of the accident to the environment,” says the manager of Turku Airport, Juha Aaltonen, at Finavia Corporation.
Terminal 2 has been used by low-cost airlines. The low-cost operations relocated to Terminal 1 immediately after the accident.
Finavia will enable low-cost operations at Turku Airport also in future. Finavia will continue to offer low-cost airlines a differentiated level of service at Terminal 1 of Turku Airport in accordance with the needs of the airlines' customers and EU regulations.