Airport Technical Data
Tallinn Airport will never be the largest airport in the world but size doesn’t always matter. Our aim and desire is to be the cosiest airport in the world, being comfortable for both passengers and planes. Even today, boarding an aircraft from our passenger terminal feels as if you were getting on the plane straight from your living room. This is precisely what our airport strives for with its cosy waiting areas with many interesting shops and enjoyable restaurants, a comfortable library, spacious playgrounds for children, and other exciting options for passing the time while waiting for your flight.
The key technical parameters of Tallinn Airport
|Opening hours||24 h|
|Distance from city centre||4 km|
|Runway||RWY 26/08 – 3070m x 45m, PCN 60/F/B/X/T|
|Parallel taxiway||2550 m|
|Airfield category||4E, ILS CAT I|
|Apron stands||23 + general aviation apron C|
|Check-in desks||27 desks + 7 self-service kiosks|
|Security lanes||4 (or 5, incl. 1 for crew members)|
|Schengen gates||11, incl. 8 with bridges|
|Non-Schengen gates||6, incl. 4 with bridges|
|Baggage claim belts (arrivals)||3|
|Business lounge (link lounge lehele)||1|
|VIP centre (link VIP lehele)||1|
The passenger terminal has three levels. The main (1st) floor is for arrivals and departures, the 2nd floor has a walkway for arrivals from outside the Schengen Area, and the car park and the offices of car hire companies are located on the ground floor.
The plan of passenger terminal and further information on services offered can be found here.
In addition to passenger flights, Tallinn Airport prides itself on being an exemplary partner to cargo companies. The advantages of Tallinn Airport include quick and professional servicing of cargo aircraft, an excellent position both globally and locally, and facilities specifically adapted to cargo flights. Our territory is home to four cargo terminals, operated by several cargo handling, courier and freight forwarding companies.