• New record for passenger numbers set at Tartu Airport in 2016


    Tartu Airport recorded its highest ever number of passengers in 2016, growing by 40% to 29,594. Finnair served 29,311 passengers on the Tartu-Helsinki-Tartu route, which was 8603 more than in 2015. 2218 passengers travelled between Tartu and the Finnish capital in December, which was 382 more than in December 2015. Eero Pärgmäe, the director of marketing…
  • Record number of passengers travelled through Tallinn Airport last year


    Tallinn Airport served over 2.22 million passengers last year, which was the best results of its history. Approximately 160 thousand passengers travelled through Tallinn in December, which is 19 per cent more than the year before. Over the year, the number of passengers increased by 2.5 per cent. Commercial Director of Tallinn Airport Eero Pärgmäe…
  • NIB co-funds expansion of Tallinn Airport


    The Nordic Investment Bank (NIB) and Estonia’s AS Tallinna Lennujaam have agreed on a loan of EUR 24 million for the expansion of the airside traffic area and the development of other investments at Tallinn Airport. The 13-year maturity loan will finance a major airside infrastructure improvement project, as well as other important projects, including the construction…
  • European support for Tallinn Airport expansion


    The European Investment Bank (EIB) has signed a EUR 30 million loan agreement with Tallinn Airport to finance expansion and modernisation works. The EIB loan is guaranteed under the European Fund for Strategic Investments (EFSI), the heart of the Investment Plan for Europe. The project comprises a number of investments at Tallinn Airport that are…
  • Passenger numbers at Tallinn Airport increased by almost 10% in November


    Tallinn Airport serviced almost 160,000 passengers in November, with the total number of travellers growing by 9.8% year on year. Marketing Director Eero Pärgmäe says November was the fastest-growing month in almost a year and a half. “One of the reasons for this upturn is the low level we have to compare it with from…
  • Tallinn Airport’s runway is now the longest in the Baltic States!


    The large-scale construction work which began on the air traffic area at Tallinn Airport in May has come to an end for this year. As of today the airport’s runway measures 3480 metres, making it the longest runway for civil aviation in the Baltic States. Tõnu Mühle, the director of infrastructure development at Tallinn Airport,…
  • 210 000 passengers pass through Tallinn Airport in October


    Tallinn Airport serviced more than 210,000 passengers in October, with the total number of travellers growing by 1.7% year on year. The number of passengers on regular flights rose by 7.8%. Marketing Director Eero Pärgmäe says that the higher number of direct connections on the Stockholm, Munich, Vilnius and Dublin routes is increasing the number…
  • British Airways is the new carrier on the Tallinn-London route


    Tallinn Airport will get a connection to Heathrow Airport, considered the crown jewel of the world’s airports – British Airways will start flying on the Tallinn-London route from 28 March, initially twice a week. CEO of Tallinn Airport Piret Mürk-Dubout says that this is an extremely important achievement in guaranteeing Estonia’s connections to the rest…
  • Organisation of traffic set to change at Tallinn Airport


    In connection with the commencement of renovation work to extend the passenger terminal at Tallinn Airport, the organisation of traffic in front of the terminal will be changing as of 1 November, with car traffic closed on the upper level. Passengers will now enter and exit the terminal building via the doors at the northern…
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