The airport company Finavia has announced that it offers winter storage for cars and boats in the Helsinki-Vantaa indoor parking area.
The company stated that ships and vehicles with a height of less than two meters can be paid for in the P5 car park near the airport terminal 2.
"These times have enabled a whole new kind of innovation and customer service. Due to the corona crisis, there will be more space in parking garages this winter. Normally we wouldn’t be able to do this," Director of Finavia, Jukka Isomäki, said in a statement.
The devastating economic effects of the coronavirus crisis have also led others to rethink their plans.
For example, in the light of 500 hairy employees, the flight catering company Finnair Kitchen has dipped its toes in meals prepared on the ground and started selling them in the supermarket earlier this month.
At the same time, the City of Vantaa helped to organize run-in film exhibitions in the empty Helsinki-Vantaa car park during the summer. The film event was scheduled to take place in the spring due to country-wide restrictions, but was postponed.
Helsinki-Vantaa Airport had been asked about storage options for boats and vehicles, but until the coronavirus crisis, there had never been room for that, Finavia said.
Winter storage of a boat or vehicle at the airport costs 89 euros a month, and the storage period ends no later than the end of May, the company said.
Source: The Nordic Page