This will get you out of Helsinki-Vantaa Terminal 1 faster

Out of the terminal before the others

When leaving the airport, it is often not fun to stay in the airport, but it is nice to start your journey as soon as possible. An alternative route can also be exited from Helsinki-Vantaa Airport Terminal 1 if the escalators used by most passengers seem to take time.

Namely, there are stairs in the terminal that are visible to everyone, but whose existence most passengers are not aware of. Stairs speed up the exit from the terminal only briefly, but when in a hurry to leave behind the escalators behind others, standing quickly becomes nervous.

Stairs are located in the service corridor of Terminal 1 next to the toilets behind the vending machines. The nearest exit gate to the stairs is 20.

Stairs lead directly to the revolving door of the luggage arrival hall, from where the journey home begins in an instant.

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Although the stairs are in no way hidden, few use them.
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Stairs lead directly to the lobby leading to the luggage area.

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Text and photos: Inka Khanji

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