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Free transportation home available to travellers returning to Finland – avoid using public transport

Article published
27.3.2020 at 15:18
Helsinki airport exterior.
INFORMATION ON THIS PAGE IS OLD. TRANSPORTATION PAID BY FINNISH GOVERNMENT IS NO LONGER AVAILABLE.

If you do not have transportation home and are unable to arrange it, you will be provided transportation by chartered taxi organised by the state. All travellers must avoid using public transport when returning home from the airport. Please contact info desk at Arrivals Hall 2B for assistance.

All those returning to Finland are required to avoid leaving their homes and maintain social distance under quarantine-like conditions for two weeks.

If you have or suspect that you may have coronavirus symptoms, immediately contact the healthcare professionals in Arrivals Hall 2B at Helsinki Airport.

Passengers are asked to keep distance between other passengers and airport staff for health reasons.

Please note that there is no public transportation available at Helsinki Airport at the moment.

Passengers are kindly asked to use taxis or other means of transportation. E.g. those passengers arriving in Finland for seasonal jobs are transported to quarantine-like conditions for two weeks arranged by their employers.

Chartered taxis

Travellers returning home from abroad may also be eligible for transportation by chartered taxi. More information about the taxis is available at the info desk at Arrivals Hall 2B. For more detailed instructions, ask a member of Finavia staff.

Taxis take returning travellers straight home. The taxis are free of charge for returning travellers but only if the taxi ride is organized via airport's info desk (at Arrivals Hall 2B).

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