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Composition of administrative sector

  1. Finnish Meteorological Institute
  2. Finnish Transport Agency
  3. Finnish Transport Safety Agency
  4. Finnish Communications Regulatory Authority
  5. Finnpilot Pilotage Ltd
  6. Finavia Corporation
  7. Yleisradio Oy


Finnish Meteorological Institute

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The Finnish Meteorological Institute is both a service provider and a research institution. It produces information on atmospheric conditions for the purposes of public safety and for the needs of businesses and the public at large.

Finnish Transport Agency

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The Finnish Transport Agency’s domain comprises the entire transport system and all modes of transport, except for aviation. The Agency’s duty is to ensure that Finland has an effective, safe, energy-efficient and environmentally friendly transport system.

Finnish Transport Safety Agency

The Finnish Transport Safety Agency is the administrative and safety authority in charge of transport system regulatory and monitoring functions whose duty is to promote traffic safety and sustainable development in the transport system.

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Finnish Communications Regulatory Authority

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The Finnish Communications Regulatory Authority has the duty of ensuring data security in communications in Finland and that the country’s communications networks and markets function effectively and without interruption, and also that the position of consumers is safeguarded.

State majority-owned companies

Finnpilot Pilotage Ltd

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Finnpilot Pilotage Ltd is responsible for ensuring that Finland has a fully operational pilotage service.

Finavia Corporation

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Finavia Corporation maintains and develops Finland’s network of airports and the air navigation system.

Yleisradio Oy

Yleisradio Oy (YLE, the Finnish Broadcasting Company) is Finland’s national public service broadcasting company.