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Passengers: See COVID-19 instructions before travelling

Article published
27.5.2020 at 10:11
Perhe matkustaa
COVID-19 has had an impact on travelling and it has brought many changes to our airports.

Please read Finavia's instructions on air travelling during COVID-19. The instructions include important information regarding what travellers need to consider before arriving in Finland, at the airport, and before departing.

How does COVID-19 affect travelling via Finavia airports?

  • The health and well-being of passengers and personnel are of the utmost importance to us. During the coronavirus pandemic, we have developed the operations of our airports and invested in new actions and services to make working and travelling at our airports safe also during COVID-19. Read about Finavia's health and safety measures during the pandemic.

  • Always wear a face mask while travelling via Finavia airports. Please maintain a safe distance to other passengers and staff. Please follow all instructions when travelling via our airports.

  • Before arriving to Finland, make sure you have all the required travel documents and certificates needed upon arrival. Find out more about entry to Finland from the Finnish Border Guard.

Notice the following instructions

  • Before an international flight, always check and follow the entry and quarantine regulations and requirements of your destination country. Contact your airline for information on required travel documents during the pandemic.

  • Please use FINENTRY when arriving to Finland. It is a digital service for personalized instructions on arriving to Finland, reserving COVID-19 testing in advance, and other instructions.

  • Helsinki Airport’s taxi traffic and passenger drop-off and pick-up is concentrated in front of Terminal 1. Please pick up and drop off passengers outside the terminals during the pandemic.

  • Please download Koronavilkku, which is a contact tracing app produced by the Finnish Institute for Health and Welfare (THL) to help you find out whether you may have been exposed to coronavirus disease.