After a break of several years, aeroplanes can once again viewed and photographed at Helsinki Airport. Finavia will build a viewing terrace in the core of the airport. The terrace will have a great view of the runways and the apron. The terrace will be introduced as part of Helsinki Airport's 60th anniversary festivities.
The construction will be launched by the start of April and will take a few months. The terrace will be introduced to the public in the first week of June.
The viewing level is located at Lentäjäntie 1 C, on the roof of the activity centre. The building is right next to Terminal 2. The roof terrace is free to enter.
This is the 60th anniversary of Helsinki Airport. The airport was opened in 1952 for the Olympic Games. The anniversary will be celebrated at the airport in a variety of ways.