Location
Terminal, 2 floor
Contact information
info.kittila@finavia.fi
0200 14 919

Conference room VIP, Kittilä

It easy to arrange a meeting or meal even for a larger group in this VIP multifunction room at Kittilä airport.

It easy to arrange a meeting or meal even for a larger group in this VIP multifunction room at Kittilä airport.

Your group has access to a large 80 inch TV screen and whiteboard. You can even bathe in the sauna after a snowmobile safari and before you board your flight.

price list when used as a meeting room

timeon weekdaysin the evening after 9p.m. and weekends
0-2100,00€150,00€
2-4150,00€300,00€
whole day200,00€400,00€

 price list when used as a VIP Lounge for 2 hours

personson weekdaysin the evening after 9p.m. and weekends
1-5350,00€450,00€
6-10720,00€1080,00€
additional persons à70,00€105,00€
additional hours à140,00€210,00€
  • private VIP Lounge for maximum of two hours - entrance after security control
  • coordinator will guide the passengers to VIP Lounge and to departure gate
  • private security check
  • coffee and refreshments served at VIP Lounge


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 pre-invoice.

The prices include Vat.

 Contact Finavia's information for reservations

Location
Terminal, 2 floor
Contact information
info.kittila@finavia.fi
0200 14 919

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