Helsinki Airport - Restaurants and services at airports are gradually reopening

Travel restrictions implemented due to the coronavirus pandemic are slowly being lifted, and air travel is estimated to slowly resume. As the number of passengers grows, more restaurants and services at Finavia’s airports will open their doors.

Restaurants and services at Finavia’s airports will gradually start opening their doors once again as the number of passengers increases little by little. Some services have been open during the entire, exceptional springtime, but most shops and restaurants, for example, have temporarily had to close their doors.

At Helsinki Airport, services that have continuously served passengers and customers include Alepa, R-kiosks at arrival hall 2A and gate 27, WHSmith kiosk at gate 29, ARG Fashion shop, and some pharmacies. Also, Jobmeal and Hartwall food automations have been in use the entire time.

During the beginning of June, popular restaurants Pier Zero, Helsinki Bistrot , and Buger King in arrival hall 2A opened their doors once again.

The current opening hours of restaurants and services at Helsinki Airport can be found on Finavia’s website. Network airports are open depending on arriving and departing flights, and therefore, restaurants and services at temporarily closed airports are also closed for now.

During the coronavirus pandemic, many shops and restaurants at airports have used the time for development, such as renovations. Also, Helsinki Airport’s development programme has progressed right on schedule.

Finavia is actively following the current situation caused by the coronavirus pandemic and following the development regarding travel restrictions. More restaurants and services will be opened as the situation evolves.