Helsinki Airport wins recognition in challenging year for travel industry

Helsinki Airport One Of The Best Ranking Airports
Helsinki Airport One Of The Best Ranking Airports

Helsinki Airport Ranking High

Helsinki Airport has been awarded an Airport Service Quality Award by Airports Council International, with its hygiene measures during the COVID-19 pandemic also drawing praise.

James O’Sullivan

Airports Council International rated Helsinki Airport as one of the best in Europe in its size category (15–25 million passengers) in 2020. The Finnish airport also received recognition for its hygiene measures during the COVID-19 pandemic.

A non-profit organisation, Airports Council International recognises and rewards the best airports in the world annually according to the results of passenger surveys. Helsinki Airport was previously named Europe’s best airport by size and region for the year 2019.

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Helsinki Airport Ranking High

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