Travel smoothly – keep up-to-date with the airport’s special arrangements
14, December 2018
The attraction of Helsinki is growing. Helsinki-Vantaa’s expansion work have an impact on the airport’s traffic arrangements. Consider these tips for a smooth journey!
1. RESERVE YOUR PARKING IN ADVANCE
GLO Hotel Airport's nearest parking hall P1 / P2 is closed, the passengers can park in parking halls P3 and P5 as well as the outdoor parking area P4. Finavia's free-of-charge parking bus travels between parking areas and the terminal. Reserve your parking space in advance - this will ensure you can park in your preferred area and also the possibility to save on parking fee.
2. COME BY TRAIN OR BUS
The trains P and I operate between the airport and Helsinki centre. The trip takes about 30 minutes. The train timetables, routes and ticket prices are available on HSL's website.
The Bus 615 and the Finnair City Bus operate between the Helsinki railway station and the airport. The Bus 617 operates between the Hakaniemi market square and the airport during rush hours from Monday to Friday. The timetables of other trains and buses in the Helsinki metropolitan area can be found on the HSL Journey Planner. For more information on travelling to the airport by public transport, visit Finavia's website.
3. CHECK THE LATEST NEWS ON THE WEBSITE
There will be a lot of changes to the passage and traffic arrangements at the airport even on a weekly basis. Check out the latest information about Helsinki-Vantaa on Finavia's website before arriving at the airport.
4. RESERVE ENOUGH TIME FOR TERMINAL AND CHECK-IN
Occasional arrangements may slower the movement at the airport. Ensure that you have enough time for terminal and check-in. When you stay at GLO Hotel Airport, you can take care of all the formalities ahead of time the night before, which will make your departure a lot smoother.
GLO Hotel Airport team
GLO Hotel Airport – just a few steps from the departure gates.
Helsinki Airport expansion in a nutshell
The most extensive expansion project in the history of Helsinki Airport is under way. Finavia’s giant investment programme allows the airport to serve 30 million passengers annually.