Cheap flights to Finland

Cheap Flights to Finland

Finland lies in the northern part of Europe, bordered by Sweden, Norway, and Russia, with Helsinki as its capital. While a fairly big country (210,113 square miles), its population is less than 6 million.

Best Time to Book a Flight to Finland

For dyed in the wool Canadians, visiting Finland won't be much of an adjustment. In fact, they might feel right at home. Spring and fall enjoy mild temperatures, while in summer it can get as hot as 90 degrees. In winter the mercury can dip as low as -31. While Finland sees masses as snow in winter, August sees quite a bit of rain with as much as 90 millimeters.

Airlines that Fly to Finland

In addition to Air Canada, Finnair, KLM, Lufthansa, British Airways, American Airlines, Air China and many others fly to Finland. Spanning 3,989 miles, a fight usually takes about 7.5 hours. Skyscanner can you help you compare flight prices and set up a price alert.

What to See and Do in Finland

There's plenty of entertainment in Finland, and there's something for everyone.

The main attraction from August to April are the aurora borealis, seen at its best in the north of Finland. The winter months are also perfect for cross country skiing and skating, a favorite pastime of the Finns. In Helsinki, the main attractions to name are the Fortress of Suomenlinna, Rock Church, Seurasaari Island, the Uspenskin Cathedral, and the Helsinki Cathedral.

What to Expect when Arriving at the Airport

If you have some time to spare, join a tour of the airport and see how the operation works. The airport also hosts art exhibits, open 24 hours, displaying painting and sculptures. 

If you're in need of cash, the airport has several ATMs and a currency exchange.

In addition to several restaurants, coffee shops, and stores, the airport has showers as well as a spa and hair salon to have you looking and feeling your best, a book swap in case you finished your novel and would like something different to read, a pharmacy, and more.

To cover the 12 miles from Helsinki Airport to the city, you can hop on an ultra-modern train, take the Finnair city bus that leaves every 20 minutes, a regular bus, or a taxi. Should you want to explore Finland on your own, Skyscanner makes it easy for you to rent a car.

While visiting Finland in summer should be no problem at all, Canadians visiting the country between December and March better bring their winter woolies.

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