Malmi Airport is appreciated as a quiet place
25 May 2010
Helsingin Sanomat, the leading Finnish newspaper, published on 25 May 2010 the results of a survey of noise, noise abatement and quiet places in the capital. The survey, commissioned by City of Helsinki Environment Centre, was mailed to 3000 randomly selected residents of Helsinki, and a total of 2100 responses were received by mail and via the Internet.
The responses indicated that many residents of Helsinki perceive Malmi Airport as a quiet place. The practically perfect tranquility of the Airport in the evenings, in night time and in the winter is seen as something special and valuable.
Results of the "Quiet places in Helsinki" survey (in Finnish, summary in English on page 4.) Publication 5/2010 of City of Helsinki Environment Centre.