Turku International Airport is located in southern Finland, 8 km from the city of Turku, a popular tourist destination after which it takes its name. It is the fourth busiest passenger airport in Finland.
Turku Airport consists of a single terminal, where facilities such as a lounge and free wireless internet are available to passengers, among other things.
Popular European airlines with scheduled flights to and from Turku Airport include Air Baltic, Wizz Air and, of course, Finnair.
According to the classification of the International Air Transport Association, Turku International Airport has a code ‘TKU’.
The official website of the airport is www.finavia.fi/en/turku/.
From the airport to Turku
As Turku Airport is in close proximity to the city of the same name, public transport is limited to a single bus route.
City bus No.1, which connects the airport with Turku, stops near the terminal. Frequency: every 20 minutes. It takes the same amount of time to reach the city centre. After passing through Market Square, the bus ends its route at the port.
Tickets can be purchased from the driver and only for cash. The fare is €3. The ticket is valid for two hours and you can transfer to a local bus of another line.
When it comes to taxi services, the taxi rank is located in front of the airport terminal building. The average cost of a taxi ride to city centre is €23.