Travel to other countries for pleasure is not recommended yet. However, you may have a good reason to go on a trip now and therefore you may also have questions about where you can fly directly from Finland.
In Finland, international flights are operated from Helsinki Airport, Turku Airport, and Mariehamn Airport. Domestic flights are operated also from Oulu, Kuopio and Rovaniemi Airports.
The country's main airport operator (Finavia) has gathered a list of all the international routes that airlines are currently operating from Finnish airports.
Flight destinations from Finland
- Belarus: Helsinki-Minsk (Belavia).
- Belgium: Helsinki-Brussels (Finnair).
- China: Helsinki-Shanghai (Juneyao Airlines).
- Denmark: Helsinki-Copenhagen (Finnair).
- Estonia: Helsinki-Tallinn (Finnair).
- France: Helsinki-Paris Charles de Gaulle (Finnair).
- Germany: Helsinki-Berlin Tegel (Finnair), Helsinki-Frankfurt (Finnair, Lufthansa), Helsinki-München (Finnair, Lufthansa).
- Great Britain: Helsinki-London Heathrow (Finnair).
- Latvia: Helsinki-Riga (Finnair, AirBaltic), Turku-Riga (AirBaltic).
- Lithuania: Turku-Kaunas (Wizz Air).
- Netherlands: Helsinki-Amsterdam (Finnair, KLM).
- Norway: Helsinki-Oslo (Finnair).
- Poland: Turku-Gdansk (Wizz Air), Turku-Warsaw (Wizz Air), Turku-Krakow (Wizz Air).
- Romania: Helsinki-Bucharest (BlueAir).
- Sweden: Helsinki-Stockholm (Finnair, SAS), Mariehamn-Stockholm (AirLeap).
- Switzerland: Helsinki-Zürich (Finnair).
The global coronavirus situation may change rapidly, so airlines could quickly alter their plans, for example by cancelling previously informed flights or by stalling the opening of new routes. For these reasons, Finavia recommends that travelers check beforehand the travel restrictions of the destination country, as well as the latest information directly from each airline.
It is also important to remember that quarantine is not required when returning to Finland from the Baltic states, Norway, Iceland, or Denmark.