Location
Liikelentotie 8 (Show on the map)
Opening hours
Open 24 h
Contact information
business.efhk@finavia.fi
+358 20 708 2780

Business flights
6 ratings

Helsinki Airport's Business Flight Center serves business and private jets and aviators. The 24-hour service guarantees a quick response to all handling requests.

The Business Flight terminal is optimal for smooth travelling. Crew changes and fuel stops are easily made at the peacefully located terminal. All arrival and departure formalities are taken care fast.

  • There is also a self-service briefing (C/AIS/MET) in the terminal
  • All services for passengers and business aviators are available around the clock.

Services provided on pre-order

  • Ground handling services
  • Airport slot bookings
  • Hotel and transportation reservations
  • VIP services

 

 

Location
Liikelentotie 8 (Show on the map)
Opening hours
Open 24 h
Contact information
business.efhk@finavia.fi
+358 20 708 2780
8.5.2017
11.4.2017
Hanna • 30.3.2017
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12.5.2016

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