Finavia will carry out the final phase of the exceptionally extensive runway and taxiway renovation at Kuopio Airport in the summer of 2024.
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The largest ten-year development programme in the history of Helsinki-Vantaa Airport, worth just over €1 billion, has been completed.
Ari Kumara, Vice President of Security at Finavia Corporation, explains how the operator has been working to improve the experience through security and improve efficiency through leveraging new technology.
For International Airport Review, Mikko Viinikainen, Vice President, Sustainability & Environment, and Tuija Hänninen, Environmental Specialist, at Finavia Corporation, explains more on upkeeping sustainable airport maintenance in a changing climate.
There are nearly 350 charging stations for electric cars in Helsinki Airport's parking areas, offering passengers more transport flexibility.
Finavia has completed it's 2.5 million Euros investment of Kuusamo Airport. It included renewing the airports' runway light system and repaving the apron.
Finavia will promote hydrogen-use at its airports and develop logistics needed to utilise hydrogen, via the HyAirport project.
Finavia is set to streamline security control at Helsinki Airport by allowing two litres of liquids per passenger in hand baggage.
Renewals are set to be made at Kuusamo Airport's runway lighting system during the summer and the apron and taxiway.
To keep up with rising demand for electric cars, Helsinki Airport have made nearly 350 electric cars charging stations available across their parking areas.
The record number of new restaurants and shops opening are part of the airport's commitment to enhance passenger experience.
The opening of the routes and the one-year anniversary of Air Baltic’s home airport were celebrated on 02 May 2023.
Finavia will soon be renovating the Runway 2 of Helsinki Airport. The work is expected to disrupt aircraft landing directions from its normal directions, and will continue to do so until mid-September. However, the renovations are necessary if the airport want to improve their sustainability.
The second-hand concept store, a product of Finavia's partnership with Finnish family firm Relove, will combine unique aspects of recycling culture with a popular café to provide consumers an enhanced passenger experience and further the airport's sustainability goals.
The MyFlight service makes the journey from home to the gate smoother at Helsinki Airport.