Platforms for buses and coaches serving Helsinki city centre and metropolitan area are located in front of both terminals 1 and 2. Bus 615 goes to Central Railway Station and the travel time is 40 minutes.
Bus tickets can be bought from the driver, price is 5,50€.
The train station is located on the arrivals floor, between terminals 1 and 2. Both trains I and P go to the city centre, but via different routes. It takes about 30 minutes to reach the Central Railway Station.
There are ticket machines at the Airport train station. Both VR (railway) and HSL (public transport) machines are valid.
You can also buy a ticket from conductor on the train in the ticket sales compartment, price is 5,50€.
Taxis are available in front of the doors of both terminals.
Public transport in Helsinki
If you stay in the city centre, you probably won’t need public transport (except traveling from and to airport).
Note that the airport is located in Vantaa and thus you need a regional ticket to travel from there and back. Within Helsinki you can use communal ticket (option 1 in ticket machines).
Single ticket inside Helsinki is 3,20€ from driver and 2,70€ from machine.
Day ticket inside Helsinki is valid for unlimited travel for 24 hours within Helsinki and costs 8€. Two day ticket costs 12 €, three days costs 16€ and so on. One day ticket can be bought from machines, R-kioski (all around in Helsinki, also airport) and on bus/train/tram.