That's a good news for the consumers.
"EasyJet opened its first service to Finland, a route between London Gatwick and Helsinki-Vantaa, last year.
"We view Helsinki as an interesting destination because the national airline has held too big of a market share in Finland and there is a lot of demand for low-cost flights," Thomas Haagensen, easyJet's general manager for northern Europe, said in the statement, referring to struggling flag carrier Finnair."
At last we will have choice to choose between different airline and have beneficial competition.
Another news in the same line ...
Irish no-frills carrier Ryanair on Wednesday called for Anu Vehviläinen (centre), the Finnish transport minister, to explain why she had ignored a proposal to "incentivise" foreign carriers to enter the Finnish market, namely Helsinki-Vantaa airport.
"Ryanair can reverse the collapse in traffic at Helsinki airport if the government incentivises airlines to grow but our proposal to the minister for transport has so far been completely ignored."
So looks like there was really some breaks from this government to truly open the market, according to Ryanair...