The nearest disabled parking spaces are now located in P3, which is connected to terminal 1 by a tunnel, as well as P5. Both parking garages have disabled parking spaces on every floor.
Holders of disabled parking permits can park short-term even in front of terminal 1 and terminal 2 when dropping off or picking up passengers.
Short-term disabled parking spaces in terminal 1 can be accessed by following the T1 Departures sign. The parking spaces are located under the bridge at the end of the terminal. Please note that parking time in these spaces is limited to a maximum of two hours. During parking, both the disabled parking permit and a parking disc must be left visible in the car.
Disabled parking spaces are free for the holders of a disabled parking permit. If you need assistance, you can book an assistance service before the start of your trip free of charge. The assistance service is booked through the airline at the same time you book your trip, or at least 48 hours before your flight departs. There are assistance call points in the parking garages and in front of the terminals for contacting the assistance service.
The parking arrangements will change during spring 2019. We will give more details of the arrangements on our website. The short-term disabled parking spaces on the ground floor of terminal 2 will be removed during the spring.
- Disabled parking at Helsinki Airport
- Services for the disabled and handicapped
- See how parking at Helsinki Airport has changed
- Dropping off or picking up passengers at Helsinki Airport? See here where you can drive and park