Easy and fast way to make the check-in
Helsinki Airport has easy-to-use check-in kiosks close to all terminal entrances.You can use the kiosks also when you have baggage going into the hold.
See the airline listing to check if your airline is included in the system.
How to check-in at the kiosks
- The first step is identification. The easiest way is to scan the bar code of your flight ticket.
- Other means of identification, such as scanning your passport, typing in the flight or reservation number or using your airline bonus card vary according to the airline. Use of international credit card is no longer valid.
- After the identification, the kiosk will give you simple instructions on how to proceed.
- If you have baggage to be checked in, drop it off after the check-in at your airline’s bag drop counter.
If needed, Finavia's staff will help you with the check-in kiosks.
Frequently asked questionsCan the kiosk swallow my bonus card?
No. The card is only partly inserted.
What type of a boarding pass will the kiosk print out? How should I proceed?
The kiosk will print out one boarding pass with a bar code on an 8cm-wide thermal paper. Show the print-out to your airline staff member at the bag drop, by the security control and at the gate when boarding the aircraft.Will the kiosk print out a baggage tag?
The kiosk will print out a baggage tag on Air Baltic, Blue1, Finnair, Flybe, Norwegian and SAS flights. Baggage receipts on flights operated by other airlines will be printed out at the bag drop desk.
What should I do at the airport if the kiosks are out of service?
Even if there is a break in one airline's service, the kiosks will let you access other airlines' check-in systems. In addition, it is still possible to check at the airlines' check-in desks.