Many things are better in Sweden than in Finland. Take their appreciation of small city airports, for instance. Bromma is a small but thriving airport in Stockholm. Whereas in Finland... the idiots are tearing down a historic airport.
Bromma is so convenient for me; it is a 10 minute drive, max, from the office. And it is so small that their maximum queueing situation can result in whopping 4 minute lines through security.
What's not to like? Well, trying to find a seat in the waiting hall or a free bathroom at a busy evening our can be a bit challenging. But I'm sure the new terminal buildings under construction will fix these things.
But Helsinki, oh Helsinki, why are you tearing down the Malmi airport, just when quadcopters, delivery drones, and small aircraft are about to boom? It is a crying shame to destroy a world class historical airport. Why? For the sake of some friendly construction company deals, or gaining more customers for city mayor's nearby businesses?
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