Helsingfors-Vanda airport is the main airport to Helsinki and to all of Finland. The airport is 5 kilometers from the center of Vantaa and 17 kilometers from the center of Helsinki. The airport was actually built for the 1952 Summer Olympics.
According to statistics, Helsinki Airport served a total of 20,848,838 passengers in 2018. The passenger volume at Finland’s largest airport increased by 10.4 per cent. The most significant increase (+10.7%) was attributable to international traffic. Helsinki Airport is presently the subject of the largest development programme in Finavia’s history, which will prepare the airport to serve 30 million passengers per year.