AIS products and services
Aeronautical information products
AIP SUOMI / FINLAND is the basic aeronautical information document about Finland. It contains information of lasting character essential to air navigation in an electronic form. It is updated by AIP Amendments (AMDT, AIP AMDT) that consist of revised pages and charts. The available AIPs can be found here.
The supplements contain information temporarily changing the contents of the AIP including changes lasting longer than 3 months or operationally significant changes of shorter duration including graphics or extensive texts.
The circulars contain information of general technical interest and information relating to administrative matters which is not suitable for AIP or NOTAM publication.
The bulletins are products of European AIS Database (EAD). They consist of NOTAM, SNOWTAM and ASHTAM. Read more about the bulletins here.
The obstacle data is published as CSV files. Area 1 obstacles are published as a single CSV file and aerodrome obstacles as one or more CSV files per an aerodrome. Read more about the CSV files here.
Other products and services
The ISO Image is a file that contains the valid AIP. It can be downloaded free of charge and burned on an empty CD disc.
The VFR reporting points are available as a single GPX file. Read more about the GPX files here.
The air navigation obstacles (100 M AGL or higher) are available as a single GPX file. Read more about the GPX files here.
The charts are designed to give a user a graphical presentation of the aerodrome Local TRA areas. Read more about the aeronautical charts here.
The simplified instruction for decoding SNOWTAM.
The subscriber of the newsletter will receive an e-mail whenever AIS products are updated. News are also published on the website.
EAD Basic is free application for pilots and all aviation enthusiastics. Read more about the service here.
AUP contains information regarding ATS-routes that have been closed (CDR1, PERM). AUP contains also TSA, TRA, CBA and certain R and D areas approved by AMC. AUP validity period begins at the day of operations (D) at 0600 UTC and it ends at 0600 UTC the following day (D+1). Read more about the service here.