Testing new technologies, the Finavia and Metropolia University of Applied Sciences is operating the driverless electric bus service for the months of October and November.
Helsinki Airport has achieved a zero carbon footprint, recognised with an international Airport Carbon Accreditation certificate, making the hub as the 34th fully carbon-neutral airport in the world.
Helsinki Airport has highlighted a range of beauty products only available across its outlets, inviting passengers to take advantage of the exclusive shopping opportunity.
Finavia, the operator of Finland’s 21 airports, has announced the achievement of all time high passenger figures in the first half of this year (H1), during which the hubs collectively served 10,958,075 travellers, a year-on-year growth of 7.9 percent.
On July 10, Helsinki Airport’s new south pier opened for passengers and air traffic, with a Finnair service to New York the first flight to use the facility.
Finavia, operator of Helsinki Airport, has decided to further enhance its climate programme, with the aim of reducing its carbon dioxide emissions caused by the operations of its 21 airports to zero by 2020.
With Finavia's efforts and ongoing development programme currently in action to expand Helsinki Airport and increase its capacity, the Finish company will arrange a unique deployment test in a role play type motive on July 06 to ensure terminal operations and processes are working readily before inaugurating the hubs' south wing.
Finnair has announced the opening of its new long-haul route from Helsinki Airport to San Francisco, providing travellers a seamless link until September 30.
Around 350 flights depart from Helsinki Airport each day, and for that to happen as smoothly as possible, a significant amount of airport staff is required at all times.