Finavia Offers Hassle-Free Parking Solutions for Passengers at Helsinki Airport

Finavia Offers Hassle-Free Parking Solutions for Passengers at Helsinki Airport

Vantaa, Finland, 2023-Oct-10 — /Travel PR News/ — Finavia’s wide range of parking services serve passengers at Helsinki Airport, whatever their needs may be. Check out our tips for the smoothest parking!

“It’s easy to get to Helsinki Airport by car. We offer the most suitable parking area for every need, whether you are going on a weekend trip for two or a longer autumn holiday with the whole family,” says Jukka Isomäki, Finavia’s Head of Parking and Landside Traffic for Helsinki Airport.

For autumn holidaymakers, Finavia recommends the P2, P3 and P5 parking buildings in particular.

The P2 building offers wider parking spaces, a dedicated floor for electric cars and direct access by lift to the arrivals hall. The P3 building is the most affordable of Helsinki Airport’s parking buildings and is suitable for long-term parking. The P5 building, on the other hand, is suitable for both short-term and long-term parking due to its excellent location and good prices.

The most affordable parking at the airport can be found at Finavia’s P4 outdoor parking area, from which you need to walk about 400 metres to the terminal.

Plenty of options for families with children

Finavia has also made airport parking easy for families with children – all of the parking buildings are good options for the smallest passengers.

“If you park in the P5 building, you can easily get from your car to the terminal via a short and covered walkway. However, the P2 building’s spaciousness, direct lift connection to the terminal and different-coloured floors and animal characters make me recommend it especially warmly,” Isomäki says.

Book parking in advance to save money

“We recommend booking your parking in advance. This way, you can secure the parking space of your choice for the best price,” Isomäki says.

Book your parking in advance here.

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Source: Finavia