Flights to Gran Canaria | Finnair Estonia

Flights to
Gran Canaria

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A continent in miniature

Gran Canaria is a great holiday destination thanks to its warm climate and unique environment. The capital Las Palmas is great for shopping and culture, while the famous beaches are located in the south of the island. If you’re looking to wind down and soak up some sun, head to Puerto Rico, or if you’d like some more action and love good food, lively Playa del Inglés is the place to go. Maspalomas offers safe beaches for families and the Aqualand waterpark is nearby. Gran Canaria also has several golf courses and great possibilities for biking and water sports.

Almost half of the island is made up of nature reserves and parks. Palmitos Park is a large botanical garden exhibiting subtropical vegetation and hundreds of animal species, particularly birds. A fun way to see the sand dunes of the south is to go on a camel safari. The mountainous region offers many hiking routes and sights like the Guayadeque ravine and Agüimes historical village. The El Museo Canario architecture museum is a great place to learn more about the area’s history.

Direct flights to Gran Canaria

Finnair has daily direct flights from Helsinki to Las Palmas during the winter season of 2024. Flights are operated with widebody aircraft, so you can also travel comfortably to the Canary Islands in our renewed Business Class. The flight time is approximately 6,5 hours, which passes by quickly with our award-winning in-flight entertainment. The international airport of Gran Canaria is located 19 kilometres to the south of Las Palmas. From the airport, you can get to the centre of Las Palmas by bus or taxi in about 20–30 minutes. Book flights to the sunny Gran Canaria!

Gran Canaria Airport (LPA)

The airport is located 19km south of Las Palmas.

  • Check-in opens 2 hours before departure.
  • Check-in closes 45 minutes before departure.

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