To get official ibformation from Åland I emailed the Åland Islands Peace Institute and received the following reply:
Dear professor Lindqvist,
The Ålands Islands Peace Institute (where I´ve been a member of the Board) has asked me to answer your question concerning the use of the Åland flag.
According to Section 18 of the Act on the Automy of Åland from 1991 has Åland through the Legislative Assembly the legislative powers in respect of
"3) the flag and coat of arms of Åland and the use thereof in Åland, the use of the Åland flag on vessels of Åland and on merchant vessels, fishingvessels, pleasure boats and other comparable vessels whose home port is in Åland, without limiting the right of State offices and services or of private persons to use the flag of the State;".
The Legislative Assembly passed in 1992 an Åland Act on the flag of Åland where the measures and colours of the flag are regulated. There are no restrictions in the Act regarding private persons´, companies´ or societies´ use of the flag. Ships registered in Åland has the right to use the Åland flag but can also choose the Finnish flag (both possibilities occur among Åland-owned ships). The Act mentions three different official flag days when the Åland flag shall be hoisted on buildings owned by the Åland Government or the municipalities.
It is a misunderstanding that the Finnish flag must be flown on official Finnish flag days, otherwise than on state-owned buildings on Åland. On these days the buildings of the Åland Government and the municipalities hoist the Åland flag. An exception can be the Finnish National Day (Dec 6) when both flags often are hoisted but this is a matter of respect, not regulated in law. Official high-ranked guests from the state (i.e. the President) are also usually greeted with both flags.
So, in relation to the present legislation I see no problems for you to continue with your page with (only) the Åland flag displayed.
Lars Ingmar Johansson
former Secretary General of the Åland Legislative Assembly (retired)