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The Priority Pass restaurant addition show keeps on rolling, with the addition of the Fly Inn restaurant at Helsinki Vantaa airport, currently bringing the total number of Priority Pass establishments at the airport to three.
What You Get
This time around the deal is a little different. You don’t get the usual $28 credit for food and drink. Priority Pass members will receive the following:
- One set menu (either breakfast or lunch depending on the time of your visit)
- You receive soft drinks or a glass beer or wine with the set menu
- Items from the a la carte menu incur an additional charge
- You can bring in as many guests as your Priority Pass membership allows
The restaurant is located airside, near Gate 27 in the Schengen area of the terminal. It is open from 06:00 AM to 09:00 PM every day. The breakfast menu runs from 06:00 AM to 10:00 AM, and the lunch set menu is served from 10:00 AM to 02:00 PM.
The Fly Inn restaurant offers a varied menu; the set breakfast includes salmon, cheese, smoked ham, warm porridge, cereals, fruit salad, scrambled eggs, and reindeer sausage buffet. The lunch set menu includes different types of bread, soup of the day, salads, and various spreads.
Guest Access Policy
With no limits on guests, you can bring in as many guests as your Priority Pass membership allows. If you have Priority Pass through credit card enrollment, the card issuer determines the number of guests allowed at no cost. Most premium cards allow you to bring up to 2 complimentary guests per visit. Check out all the Priority Pass restaurants.
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