International Petition to save Historic Helsinki-Malmi Airport
Helsinki-Malmi Airport is a world-class historic and cultural treasure. It is a beautifully preserved 1930's international airport, of which very few have survived to present day in their original use. Such a proud, living monument of an independent nation's history deserves the respect of the present and future generations.
It is all the more important to save the living historic aviation milieu of Helsinki-Malmi Airport as it is the backbone of general aviation and pilot training in Finland.
The planned destruction of this unique historic environment to make room for a suburb cannot serve the greater good of society, especially when considerable areas of unused land exist elsewhere in the city and its surroundings.
We, the undersigned, wish to see Helsinki-Malmi Airport preserved as an active airfield of great historic, architectural and functional value.
There are currently over 2000 signatures in the International Petition. Please join them and sign the Petition yourself.
Note! Please do not sign more than once, and please use your full name (first name and surname). We are trying to avoid multiple signatures. If you have already signed, please don't sign our petition form another time (on paper either). Thank you for making our job easier.
If you wish, you can help us even more by telling about our web pages and this petition to your friends. You can also relay the support of your friends without a net connection by printing out a Petition form (pdf or jpeg) and collecting signatures. Thank you very much for your effort!