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Finland’s mode of Transportation

There are extensive road systems that utilized by most passenger traffic and internal cargo. Their international main passenger gateways were Helsinki Vantaa Airport that reached almost 15-million of passengers last 2011. The Oulu Airport was noted to be the 2nd largest while almost 25 airports are noted to have services offered on scheduled passenger. This consist optimal location routes from Western Europe to Far East.

Despite their low number of population, Finland’s government are spending almost 350 million of euro annually got their 5,865 kilometres railway tracks maintenance. Their rail transportation is being handling by some state owned VR Groups that have 5% of passenger share market and cargo market share of 25%. Majority of their international cargo are utilizing ports. This port contains low logistic price. One of the largest container ports is Vuosaari situated in Helsinki after its completion in 2008.