News - 2016
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 European Investment Bank (EIB) has signed a EUR 30 million loan agreement with Tallinn Airport to finance expansion and modernisation works.
Tallinn Airport serviced almost 160,000 passengers in November, with the total number of travellers growing by 9.8% year on year.
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.
Tallinn Airport serviced more than 210,000 passengers in October, with the total number of travellers growing by 1.7% year on year.
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.
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.
Tallinn Airport served ca 215 passengers in September. The number of passengers increased by 3.5 percent over the year whilst the number of passengers on regular flights has gone up by 8 percent.
The gala reception held on the evening of 5 October as part of Tallinn Enterprise Day saw the announcement of the winners of the Tallinn Enterprise Awards for 2016.