The Senajoki Airport is a public airport operated by Rengonharju-saatio. It serves the Seinajoki area in Finland, located in Ilmajoki, some 11 kilometres south-west of the Seinajoki city centre. The airport first had scheduled operations in 1983, residing at an elevation of 92 metres above mean sea level. It has one runway designated 14/32, with an asphalt surface measuring 6,562 feet by 148 feet.
The airport uses a single terminal that handles all flights and services. The terminal also houses the head office of Flybe Nordic.
Services and Facilities
The Seinajoki Airport previously served scheduled flights as provided by Finnair, Finncomm Airlines, Flybe Nordic, Golden Air, Air Botnia, and Wasawings, which was the first scheduled operator of the airport in 1983. Today, it provides direct charter flights to popular destinations in Southern Europe, along with freight and mail services. The airport also operates several facilities that are utilized for airport operations and passenger handling, including free wireless Internet service, pre-flight security checks, free parking, and food services. In 2010, it handled 33,930 passengers and had 1,497 landings.