Up to 2000 power banks are collected from the cargo hold baggage monthly. Most of them are never picked up by their owners. Keep your power bank always by your side — pack it in your hand baggage! See more: bit.ly/packmeright_hafb #packmeright
“Through the years, I’ve learned what helps to recover from jet lag,” says Anna Törnblom, a Finnair flight attendant since 2006.
Read Anna’s three tips on how to fight jet lag.
We asked a Finnair flight attendant with a decade of experience how to help your body clock adjust to a new schedule.
All spare batteries, including power banks, will be removed from the cargo hold baggage before it's transported to the plane. Take your power bank with you to the cabin to make sure that your travel buddy doesn't miss the flight! See more: bit.ly/packmeright_hafb #packmeright
We celebrate the 100-year-old Finland with theme buses! Would you rather hop on a sauna, F1 or Sibelius bus? http://bit.ly/2qlNYm4
Ready to do some serious tax-free shopping before your flight? Make sure you read our article first!
Tax-free regulations can leave anyone confused, but don’t let that stop you from enjoying the shops and restaurants at Helsinki Airport.
Power banks are a fire risk when packed in the cargo hold. Be a friend to your power bank and take it always with you to the cabin. See more: bit.ly/packmeright_hafb #packmeright
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Ditch the airport sandwiches and come in for a proper meal! At Finavia's Pier Zero restaurant you'll always get a HEL of a dish! Picture by Julia Toivola
What if Smooth Travelling applied to all traffic? Finavia takes part in developing smart transport services. This means that travellers could get to Tornio or Timbuktu with one ticket in the future. bit.ly/2qan2WB
Pre-book parking so you won’t have to worry about it when you depart from and arrive at Helsinki Airport.
If you’re travelling to Helsinki Airport by car, why not pre-book your parking? It saves time, makes your journey smoother and secures a spot in the parking hall of your choice.
Want a sleep tight for a few hours but are not interested in booking a hotel room? The GoSleep sleeping pods offer noiseless relaxation. The pod is equipped with secure storage space and a power outlet for your electric devices. Location: Gate 31 (Schengen area).
In 2017 Helsinki Airport has been awarded the best airport in the world by Travellink
The over 700 years old Turku Castle welcomes visitors in the beautiful harbour city of Turku. Behind the castles granite walls you can experience the medieval atmosphere and also discover the early history of Finland. Only 35 min from HEL.
Three Plane Spotters Dream Day competition winners took their cameras and their best plane spotting buds with them to Helsinki Airport and spent the day experiencing the airport like never before!
SAS will open a year-round route from HEL to Malaga, Costa del Sol, in November.
The new route will be served with an Airbus A320 and B737-800, on Saturdays all year round, starting November 4th of 2017.
Have you experienced the dreamy atmosphere of the Boeing 787? Let us know in the comments below.
Introduced in 2005, the Boeing 787 offers a refurbished passenger experience, both in a tangible and intangible sense.
Today we celebrate a new route to Amsterdam, operated by Norwegian at Helsinki Airport. The new route to AMS will be operated twice a week: Thu and Sun. Welcome onboard!
Have you ever been bumped off an overbooked flight?
We interviewed a Finnish man who was denied access on his flight from Amsterdam to Helsinki, and found out why airlines overbook their flights.
Aleksi Jyrälä was unexpectedly bumped from his KLM flight from Amsterdam to Helsinki. Airlines regularly overbook flights, though most cases are resolved on a voluntary basis.
Take your shoes off and relax. You can prebook your pass for the Almost@home lounge, where comfy sofas and delicious food are waiting for you. http://bit.ly/2pFakQ9
Do you know who was the first person to fly an airplane in Finland? Or why the Finnish air forces used the swastika as their insignia till the 1940s?
To celebrate Finland’s centenary, Finavia publishes an article series on the history of Finnish aviation, starting from the 1910’s.
At the start of the 1910s, airplanes were still considered the past-time of “daredevils or thrill-seekers”.