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Sleeping pods are not free

by web-administrator (January, 2015)


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(Guest Review by Casey Ryback) For those who said the three sleeping pods at gate 31 are free, thats not so! You just had luck of not bumping into the employee whos chargin money i suppose :) i was woken up by a lady who said all of these sleeping pods are not free. And 5 euros per hour cost a hotel stay if your transfer is really long. Nevertheless , i had a good nap at gate 31 abcde, downstairs, on a bench. The airport is quite and clean. Have a good trip!

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Video report of sleeping in Helsinki terminal

by web-administrator (August, 2015)


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(Guest Review by John) HEL was my first terminal that I decided to sleep in. I slept there 2 nights in total, during the longest stay I arrived at 5pm for a flight at 8am the following morning. I was pleasantly surprised at how quiet the terminal was and the availability of decent (nearly) flat benched. I filmed my experience and you can find the trip report here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7HbI9O-elrM

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Helsinki Airport Review

by web-administrator (May, 2015)


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(Guest Review) At the moment, Helsinki airport is going through major work (May 2015). It was impossible to find seats at my designated departure gate. Also, it was not very clean, and toilets were not satisfactory. Seating anywhere was hard to find except far away from my assigned gate. Perhaps, once they get the work done, this hopefully will improve. But, as it is now, it is quite poor. On a positive note, they had something I have not seen other places, USB outlets for charging tablets, etc. Still, next time I travel, I am going to try for some other connection.

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A Good Kip

by web-administrator (January, 2015)


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(Guest Review) After arriving in Helsinki yesterday i decided to skip getting a hotel for the night and head to the airport to sleep over and await my early morning BA flight back to Heathrow. On arriving at Helsinki on the newly opened railway line from the city centre I made my way to terminal 2. As I hadn't checked in and my flight was in the morning I thought i would be resigned to kipping on the floor landside by the check-in gates. However after logging on to the BA website (via the free ultra fast and unlimited(!) wifi supplied by the airport) I realised that I could check-in early so I made my way through security to airside. There are several amazing kipping areas through security (airside). These are as follows: 1. By gate 31 near the sleeping pods - there are 3 free ones. The others you have to pay for (currently a summ continued >>

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Helsinki Airport Review

by web-administrator (February, 2015)


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(Guest Review) The Kainuu room near gate 30 is perfect for sleeping with a fluffy carpet, and two 'beds' of sort (really long recliners). There are also sleeping pods at the airport, some free and some not.

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