Location
Gate 16 (Show on the map)
Opening hours
Sun-Fri 04.30-20.30, Sat 4.30-19.30
Contact information
Grab&Fly
+358 10 324 2814 (see the calling rates on company's web site)

Grab&Fly
5 ratings

Grab some snacks to take with you.

We offer diverse quick snacks: croissants, muffins and sandwiches. We also serve beer, soft drinks, juice and regular coffee.

And if Grab&Fly rings a bell, you might have visited one of our cafeterias, at the Amsterdam airport, for example.

Avoid queuing and reserve in advance using the ToGo service

You can order our cafeteria products in advance using the To Go service in the Helsinki Airport mobile app and pick up the products from the cafeteria’s takeaway point. You can pay for the products with a single click when picking them up. Quick and easy!

Location
Gate 16 (Show on the map)
Opening hours
Sun-Fri 04.30-20.30, Sat 4.30-19.30
Contact information
Grab&Fly
+358 10 324 2814 (see the calling rates on company's web site)
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