Ryanair said the cuts will lead to some 100 job losses in the Tampere area.
The Irish company said in a statement that it was transferring passengers and jobs out of Tampere and into another European low-cost airport where travellers aren't as heavily taxed.
Last month Ryanair said it was closing down its Turku routes due to airport fees. The company maintains it will keep services to both Turku and Tampere should aviation officials decide to reverse charges.
Budget airline FlyBe meanwhile recently announced it was launching a new morning service between Kajaani and Helsinki.