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  • In April, the number of passengers at Tallinn Airport increased by 13 per cent

    04.05.2017

    In April, over 200 thousand passengers passed through Tallinn Airport, which is 13 per cent more than during the same period last year. During the first four months of the year, the number of passengers at Tallinn Airport has increased by almost 100 thousand, up to 700 thousand passengers. According to Eero Pärgmäe, the Director…
  • The operating revenue of the Tallinn Airport Group totalled 46.8 million euros last year

    06.04.2017

    According to confirmed and audited data, the operating revenue of the state-owned Tallinn Airport Group totalled 46.8 million euros last year. The Group’s turnover totalled 36.9 million euros and net profit 6.2 million euros. Sales revenue increased by 7.3 per cent and the Group’s profit grew by a fifth. Aviation revenue comprised 36 per cent…
  • Tallinn Airport passenger numbers up 18% in Q1 2017

    05.04.2017

    March saw close to 185,000 passengers pass through Tallinn Airport, a year-on-year increase of 16.5%. In the first three months of 2017 the airport has served a total of 488,517 passengers – 18% more than in the same period last year. According to Director of Marketing Eero Pärgmäe, the airport has now been growing at…
  • Tallinn Airport to implement body scanning technology

    03.04.2017

    This week will see the adoption of a new body scanner to screen passengers at Tallinn Airport. The technology will make passing through security quicker and easier for travellers with prosthetics, implants and pacemakers. The device enables the detection of prohibited items that differ from people’s skin and that are being carried on the body…
  • Airside area construction work to continue at Tallinn Airport this summer

    31.03.2017

    The widescale construction work which commenced at Tallinn Airport last spring is set to continue this year, as a result of which we ask passengers for their patience and understanding. While the reconstruction of the air traffic area last year resulted in the extension of the runway to 3480 metres, the largest project this year…
  • Lufthansa is celebrating its 25th anniversary of flights between Tallinn and Frankfurt

    29.03.2017

    Today, on 29 March 2017, the Lufthansa Group is celebrating its 25th anniversary of flight service to Estonia. It was on 29 March 1992, when a Lufthansa jet first landed in Tallinn; during that period a Boeing 737 flew three times a week between Frankfurt and Tallinn. During the same time, Lufthansa also started its…
  • British Airways launched direct flights between Tallinn and London today

    28.03.2017

    UK’s flag-carrier airline British Airways commenced regular traffic between Tallinn and London today, connecting Tallinn Airport with the UK capital’s Heathrow Airport. Tallinn Airport’s Chief Commercial Officer Eero Pärgmäe said that arrival of British Airways’ inaugural flight was a long-awaited moment of celebration. „After lengthy negotiations and a busy preparation periood, we were very pleased…
  • Travel to 36 destinations from Tallinn this summer

    24.03.2017

    Sunday 26 March will mark the transition to the summer flight schedule at Tallinn Airport, which this year will give passengers the choice of 36 destinations. New routes will see direct flights to Hamburg in Germany, St Petersburg in Russia and Gothenburg in Sweden. Starting from 15 May, Nordica will be flying to St Petersburg…
  • New record for passenger numbers set at Tartu Airport in 2016

    30.01.2017

    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…
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