Passenger transportPassenger cars constitute the highest share of passenger transport by land in Finland. More than 83 percent of passenger kilometers traveled in 2019 were done by passenger cars. At the same time, public transport – buses, railways, tram, and metro – accounted for approximately 17 percent.
Due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, many domestic airports witnessed the shutting down of passenger traffic in March 2020; flights on national and international routes had been significantly reduced and suspended. Although the country has lifted its travel restrictions, the number of passengers at airports remained low in 2021 compared to previous years.