Location
Corridor between terminals 1 and 2 (Show on the map)
Opening hours
Mon-Tue 7-01, Wed-Thu 7-24, Fri 7-23, Sat 8.30-20, Sun 8.30-01
Contact information
Hertz
+358 20 555 2100 (see the calling rates on company's web site)

Hertz
1 rating

A lot of special cars in our fleet and 24/7 car pick-ups and and returns. Hertz Rent a Car Finland at Helsinki airport serves both holiday and business travelers.

Whether you need a small or a big rental car, you can get it from us. We have sedans, station wagons, sports cars, cabriolets, jeeps and vans. Mercedes-Benz and Citroën are amongst our top brands.

You can pick up or return the car at any time as we serve 24/7.

If you return the car during peak hours between 10 a.m. and 6 p.m., our employee will check the car in the parking garage. Customers have appreciated this service.

Our additional services include

  • Navigator
  • Children's safety seat
  • Insurances: deductible reduction to 0 Euro
  • Opportunity to pay the fuel beforehand
  • Road service
  • Additional driver
  • Ski box

Membership brings benefits

You can become a loyal customer on the Internet. As a member you get faster service, and upgrades and discounts are possible.

Location
Corridor between terminals 1 and 2 (Show on the map)
Opening hours
Mon-Tue 7-01, Wed-Thu 7-24, Fri 7-23, Sat 8.30-20, Sun 8.30-01
Contact information
Hertz
+358 20 555 2100 (see the calling rates on company's web site)
25.8.2016

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