Buy food and shopping before you land

Helsinki Airport launches new pre-order service
You can now order airport food and do shopping in advance, even before landing at Helsinki Airport. Operator Finavia says it is developing digital services for an easy pre-flight experience.
The airport’s new ToGo service enables passengers to order café items in advance and later collect them at a pick-up point. Passengers won’t have to stand in line for a cashier.
Payments are made via an app at the time of collection, making service faster with no need for separate card payments.
At the launch stage there are four service points at the airport: Tapio Café, Upper Crust, Grab & Fly and 60 Bar & Brewery. More airport cafés and restaurants will be included later in the year.
Passengers can also order Helsinki Duty Free (Dufry) products, ordering items in advance online and collecting them at the airport pick-up point.
TTG Nordic


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