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Starbucks has now moved to the arrivals hall 2A

Article published
5.6.2019 at 14:24
Starbucks staff celebrating ribbon cutting at coffee shop's grand opening.
Internationally known coffee house Starbucks opened its doors in new facilities, in the terminal 2's arrivals hall 2A, the 5th of June. The café was closed for a few weeks (10.5-5.6.) because of relocation and renovation but now it again offers a soothing place for the passengers of Helsinki Airport to enjoy refreshments.

Finland’s first Starbucks -coffee house was opened at Helsinki Airport in 2012. Now the café has moved from its former place in arrival hall 2B, a short distance to hall 2A. Café offers a wide selection of special coffees and small snacks. Refreshing and cooling drinks are served especially during the summer.

Two people at Starbucks grand opening.

Photo: SSP Finland’s operation director Anne Immonen and Finavia’s commercial manager Pasi Laurinen spoke at the opening event.

The new café was festively opened by cutting a big red ribbon. At the event there were present SPP Finland’s and Finavia’s representatives as well as the café’s baristas in their green aprons. Soon after the opening event, the café already started to gather customers.

Besides delicious drinks and food, you can buy coffee mugs from the café. Helsinki-mugs have been very popular souvenirs. Everyone visiting the airport can stop by at the terminal 2’s Starbucks. You can check the opening hours and the location of the café here.


SSP – The Food Travel Experts is a leading operator of food and beverage concessions in travel locations worldwide. SSP operates at 140 airports and 280 railway stations in over 30 countries. In addition to 14 cafés and restaurants, SSP Finland operates five kiosks, two lounges and their VIP and congress services at Helsinki Airport. ,