Location
Corridor between terminals 1 and 2 (Show on the map)
Opening hours
Mon-Thu 7-24, Fri 7-23, Sat 9-20 and Sun 9-24
Contact information
Budget
airport@avisbudget.fi
+358 10 43 62 255(see the calling rates on company's web site)

Budget
3 ratings

Get a rental car and enjoy the Finnish summer or winter. In addition, Budget car rental employees will provide you with pleasant customer service in several languages.

A passenger car, a minivan, a van, a minibus. You decide what kind of car you want and for how long.

You can rent a car from just one day up to over one month in Finland. In the latter case, a Budget Minileasing car is a great choice. You can return the car earlier or later than what was originally agreed.

Our additional services include

  • Navigator
  • Child safety seat
  • Ski rack
  • Advance purchase of a full tank of gas
  • Full cover insurance and other insurances

Do you know that you can reserve a car or modify your reservation with your mobile phone? The handy service is available for iPhone and Android phones. Just go to Budget car rental's web pages  to access the service.

Location
Corridor between terminals 1 and 2 (Show on the map)
Opening hours
Mon-Thu 7-24, Fri 7-23, Sat 9-20 and Sun 9-24
Contact information
Budget
airport@avisbudget.fi
+358 10 43 62 255(see the calling rates on company's web site)
2.6.2017
13.8.2016
30.3.2016

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