Hyvinkää Airfield (IATA: HYV, ICAO: EFHV) is an airfield in Hyvinkää, Finland. is an airfield in Hyvinkää, Finland.
Construction was run by the Civil Engineering of the Board and thire work was helped by teams of Estonian volunteers were used in construction. According to tradition, first landed at the airport the aircraft was in Bristol Blenheim, whose crew had landed yet uncompleted airport to inquire about fuel. A Soviet bomber was shot down by it's air defence battery in WW2 and crashed near Rutikka.
The airfield is now mostly used by the Jukolan Pilots organisation, Hyvinkää Aviation Club and Mäntsälän Aviation Club.
The airfield served as the main airport in Finland for some time after the Second World War when Helsinki-Malmi Airport was used by the Allied Commission. Aero operated several commuter routes by DC-2 and DC-3.