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Getting here

You can reach Enontekiö with public transport as well as by car via various routes. Public transport options depend on the season. We regularly update this page, but the operators always have the best information on current routes and timetables. We recommend checking your connections before committing to flights or train tickets.


The Enontekiö airport is in Hetta. At the moment, only chartered flights are operated. Other nearby airports include Kittilä, Rovaniemi, Kiruna in Sweden and Tromsø and Alta in Norway. They are all only a few hours from Enontekiö by rental car, coach or charter taxi.

The Enontekiö airport is in Hetta. At the moment, only chartered flights are operated. Private flights are also welcome.

Connections from Kittilä Airport

Connections from Rovaniemi Airport


Trains and bus connections

If travelling by rail, take a train to Kolari or Rovaniemi. You can take an overnight train and put your car on the car-carrier. If you’re travelling without a car, you can take a bus or charter taxi from the railway station.

Look up trains and timetables on VR’s website

Connections from Rovaniemi

Connections from Kolari

Timetables & routes

Taxis in Enontekiö

There are several taxi companies in Enontekiö. Check their locations and contact details here.

Getting to Norway from Enontekiö

Coach connections to Norway are available from Enontekiö, making it easy to see Tromsø and Lyngenfjord while you’re here!

Arctic Route Bus is taking you from Rovaniemi to Kilpisjärvi and Tromsoin winter time. In Tromso you find local connections to Tromso Airport. In summer time the same route is handled by Eskelisen Lapin Linjat.



Enontekiö Airport

Enontekiö International Airport welcomes all travellers. 

Resources for planning your trip

Tourist Information

Is there snow on the Hetta-Pallas Trail? How high is the summit of Saana? Where can I rent fatbikes? Don’t worry, Tourist Information has all the answers.

Tourist Information

Sustainable Travel

Sustainable Travel

We have clean air, clear waters and room to breathe. When you're out and about in Enontekiö, do remember that while the environment may seem barren, it's actually full of life. You’re in someone’s home: the local people, animals and plants all co-exist here.