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Kemi-Tornio Airport
Kemi-Tornio Airport

Kemi-Tornio Airport CAR HIRE

location address

Lentokentäntie 75, 94500 Lautiosaari

GDS-Code: KEM

opening hours

24 HRS RETURN
MO - SU:

08:00 - 21:00

Bank Holiday:

08:00 - 21:00

How to find us Outside opening hours

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Car Hire and Kemi Tornio Airport

Sixt offers passengers at the Kemi Tornio Airport the chance to rent a car from an experienced and trustworthy cheap car hire service. The Sixt car rental service has a large collection of economy vehicles available, including 4x4s and SUVs, as well as a number of nice city style cars. Sixt offers comprehensive LDW insurance, sat nav and unlimited mileage. This high quality service is available from Kemi Tornio Airport in the Finnish region of Lapland.

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About Kemi Tornio Airport

About Kemi Tornio Airport

Kemi Tornio Airport (KEM) is the main entry point into the Finnish region known as Lautiosaari, close to the Kemijoki River. The airport is about 4 miles away from the city of Kemi; it is approximately 11 miles away from Tornio. Approximately ninety thousand people use flights from the airport every single year. The Kemi Tornio Airport has a number of services available to passengers and their companions. On offer is a number of cafes, shops and a car hire service. Sixt offers users of the airport a reliable and cheap car rental service.

Things to see and do in Kemi Tornio

Things to see and do in Kemi Tornio

The area around Kemi Tornio is an interesting one. It is situated in the Lapland region of Finland. Every year a local company erects a snow-castle; this enormous structure changes with every annual incarnation. Nearby is the Gemstone gallery, here visitors can view some incredible sights. Amongst the most popular sights is the Crown of Finland (which is now a Republic). Travellers, with access to a good car hire firm, may enjoy a trip to the coastline; here they will be able to view the famous Sampo icebreaker ship. This vessel was built in 1960 and has spent most of its existence keeping the Finnish shipping lanes open (and from sheet-ice) for over thirty years.