Location
Terminal, 3 floor
Contact information
info.kittila@finavia.fi
0200 14 919

Sauna, Kittilä

Is your snowmobile safari over and you would like to go to the sauna? Take your group to our sauna to relax and reminisce about all the adventures you had on your journey.

Is your snowmobile safari over and you would like to go to the sauna?

Take your group to our sauna to relax and reminisce about all the adventures you had on your journey. A maximum of ten persons can fit into the sauna at one time. Your group can also start their journey by going to the sauna and by having a meeting.

See you on the third floor of the terminal!

 

 

sauna100,00€ each hour+20,00€/ person
shower20,00€ / person 


If the order is cancelled less than 48 hours before the agreed date of service, we will charge the full price according to the above price list. Payment with a credit card at the airport or invoice.

The prices include Vat.

Contact Finavia's information for reservations

Location
Terminal, 3 floor
Contact information
info.kittila@finavia.fi
0200 14 919

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