The Helsinki-Vantaa Airport in Vantaa, Finland is the main airport of the Helsinki metropolitan region. It is located about 15 kilometers from the Helsinki city centre. Originally built for the 1952_Summer_Olympics in Helsinki, the airport today serves 10 million passengers a year and is one of the major airports in Scandinavia.
The International and Domestic terminals are 250 m apart and are linked by an internal pedestrian connection.
Helsinki-Vantaa is the international and domestic hub for Finnair, the Finnish flag carrier.
Airlines flying to Helsinki-Vantaa include: