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Helsinki Vantaa International Airport Information.

Helsinki Vantaa Airport Code – HEL

Helsinki Airport Website

Airport Telephone. +358 200 14636 (€0,57 /min. + local network charge)

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Airport Facilities Another airport with a distinct class about it. There are approximately 25 shops, 15 cafes and restaurants, several banks, business area and playrooms for children. Exceptionally clean.

Airlines Flying To & From Helsinki Finland + Local Airline Telephone No’s

Definitions: * = Codeshare, ** = Charter Flights

Travel Information Guide

Aero Airlines see Finnair, Aeroflot Russian Airlines 358 9 659 655, Air Berlin 358 800 913 033, Air Canada* see SAS, Air China* 358 9 681 8990, Air Finland 358 10 230 4170,Air France* 358 9 8568 0500, Alitalia* see KLM, American Airlines* see Finnair,Austrian Airlines 358 20 386 000, Aviakompania Severstal 358 9 6813 8370, Blue1 – 358 600 025 831, British Airways 358 9 6937 9538, Brussels Airlines 358 9 681 1950,Bulgaria Air** 358 9 2316 3650, Cathay Pacific* see Finnair, China Southern Airlines*N/A., City Airline see Finnair, Continental Airlines* see KLM, Croatia Airlines* 358 6000 25 831, Czech Airlines CSA 358 9 6937 9545, Delta Airlines* (09) 612 2020, Finnair 358 600 140 140 , Finncomm Airlines see Finnair, FlyLAL* 358 9 2316 3930, Germanwings358 10 230 4170, Iberia* 58 9 6877 8950, Icelandair 358 9 6126 070, Japan Airlines*358 9 6154 8755, Karthago Airlines** N/A, KLM Royal Dutch Airlines 358 20 353 355,LOT Polish Airlines 358 9 6937 9036, Lufthansa 358 20 358 358, Malaysia Airlines*see KLM, Malev Hungarian Airlines 358 600 9 4484 My Travel Airways** (Tjareborg)N/A, Northwest Airlines* see KLM, Nouvelair Tunis** N/A, Pegasus Airlines** N/A,Qantas Airways* 358 9 4777 6610, Russiya Airlines 358 9 684 4822, SAS Scandinavian Airlines 358 600 025 831, Singapore Airlines* 358 9 680 2770, Spanair**N/A, Sun Air see Finnair, Swiss International Air Lines* 358 600 025 831, TAP Air Portugal* 358 600 025 831, TUIFly Nordic** (Finnmatkat) 35 830 360 010, Turkish Airlines (09) 759 9810, Ukraine International Airlines, 3 583 039 203, United Airlines*N/A

Transfer Travel To  From Helsinki Airport To Central Helsinki

Helsinki Vantaa Airport is approximately 20 km from the centre of Helsinki.
Rail Services To And From Helsinki Airport  These are expected to start in late 2014
Buse Services To And From Helsinki Airport  There are several bus connections – 415, 451 519, & 615 Finnair also operate a service (which serve key hotels) for details see their website Journeys generally take around 45 minutes.
Bus stops are in front of the International terminal and the Domestic Terminal.Taxis take around 30 minutes and should cost around 30€ .Other Transport Options For bus services to areas outside the city centre see the YTV website. For information on bus and train connections to other cities in Finland, please see the Matka. website or the Matkahuolto website.
Taxis Services To And From Helsinki Airport The average price of a taxis between the airport and the centre of Helsinki is €30 – €40

Information On Public Transport  Services in Helsinki

Public transport in Helsinki is made up of buses, ferries, trams, metro, and train services. Services in central Helsinki are managed by HKL – Helsinki City Transport and in the suburbs by Helsinki Metropolitan Council. These services are not as extensive and as integrated as other European cities due to geographical constraints .

Tram Services in Helsinki The tram services in Helsinki only operate in the city centre and surrounding central areas.

Bus Services In Helsinki These connect central Helsinki to the suburbs but do not terminate at one central point in the city. Buses serving northern and eastern suburbs depart and terminate from two squares next to the  to the Central Railway Station. These squares are  Eliel Square (Elielinaukio) and the Railway Square (Rautatientori). Buses serving western suburbs operate from an underground bus station beneath the Kamppi Center alongside the Kamppi metro station.

Buses serving the centre of Helsinki generally have a two digit number. Generally they run from about 5.30 until 23.30 though a few continue to 01.30am. A large number of Helsinki bus services connect with the metro stations/

Night Buses In Helsinki: On Friday & Saturday nights only there are night buses, identifiable by their N prefix, which operate between 02.00 and 05.00.

Metro Services In Helsinki: The Helsinki Metro was first built in 1982 and has 17 stations on it. It is currently being extended with seven new stations due to open in 2015. Metro services generally operate from 5.30am to 11.30pm Monday to Saturday. On Sundays the services begin at around 6.30 am until 11.30pm.

In Central Helsinki there is a train every five minutes rising to four minutes during peak hours, elsewhere the service is every ten minutes rising to eight minutes in peak hours. The longest possible journey on the Helsinki Metro takes an average of 23 minutes.

Helsinki Ferry Services The ferry services connect central Helsinki with Suommenlinna Island.The services are operated by two ferries that accept Helsinki internal tickets and regional tickets and the Suomenlinna ticket.

Passenger wishing to take a  vehicle on a Suomenlinna ferry have to telephone Suomenlinnan Liikenne Oy’s office on 09 310 21000 ny midday on the working day before they wish to travel. The vehicle must arrive at the departure pier at least 10 minutes before the  scheduled departure time. More details from the Suomenlinnan Liikenne Oy’s website.

Fares On Helsinki Public Transport The ticket pricing structure for Helsinki public transport is a little complex. However simplified the cheapest way of purchasing any ticket is to buy it using a mobile phone that has a Finnish sim card. This will save passengers between 10% and 20& on tickets below. Children under 7 years of age can travel free, while tickets for children under 16 are half price the adult price.

Tram Tickets In Helsinki which cannot be purchased from the driver and are valid for one hour only are the cheapest form of travel.costing about 10% less than the next op ton below    They can be purchased from ticket machines..

Single Tickets On Public Transport In Helsinki  which can be used on any form of public transport in Helsinki for one hour can be purchased from ticket machines or bus drivers but not tram drivers.

Regional Tickets In Helsinki  (seutulippu) These are generally twice as expensive as single tickets but are valid for 80 minutes and cover a greater are incorporating Helsinki and journeys between Espoo, Vantaa and Kauniainen

Full Regional Tickets In Helsinki  Slightly more expensive than the regional ticket but iin addition to the areas covered by the regional ticket it also covers Kerava, Sipoo and Kirkkonummi

Ticket Prices & Other Tickets In Helsinki  There is a one day Helsinki Travel Card but this card is not accepted on all bus routes. For information on this ricket and other tickets  including the Helsinki Card and actual ticket prices please go to  the Helsinki Public Transport website.

Taxis In Helsinki, Taxis in Helsinki are very expensive. Just to get in a taxis here will put  €5.50 on the meter during a weekday and after 8pm and all day Sunday their rises to €8.60 after 8PM/ The meter clicks up at €1.43 per km. These rates increases if there are three or more passengers. Additionally there are surcharges for large bags (usually defined as baggage that won’t fit in boot comfortably or makes it necessary to put the back seat down. This luggage will cost you an extra €2.  If you hire the taxis at Helsinki-Vantaa International Airport  you will also have to pay an extra €2. Surprisingly given the charges for these services it can be quite difficult find a taxis late at night and on Sundays



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