News - 2019
Tallinn Airport Maintenance Service will face the winter season with new runway cleaning and maintenance equipment purchased with the support of the Cohesion Fund as part of an air traffic area development project.
In September, Tallinn Airport provided its services to over 311,000 passengers, which is by 10 per cent more than during the same period last year.
In April 2020, the Austrian low-fare airline Lauda will start direct flights on the Tallinn-Vienna route, which gives an opportunity to fly to Austria at favourable prices.
On Friday, 20th of September Tallinn airport celebrated its 83rd birthday and for this occasion made a nice gesture for the fans of aviation and invited some plane spotters to catch a closer view.
In August, Tallinn Airport provided its services to over 325,000 passengers, which is by 6.4 per cent more than during the same period last year.
In July, more than 319,000 passengers were served at Tallinn airport, which signifies a growth of more than 2.2% in comparison to the same period, last year.
From August 3rd to August 4th, the Ironman Triathlon will take place in Tallinn.
In June, Tallinn Airport served a record-breaking 317,530 passengers which is 5.6% more than during the same period last year, being the all-time largest number of passengers served in one month.
The greatest event of the summer, the XXVII Song Celebration and the XX Dance Celebration “My Fatherland is My Love” taking place from July 4th to 7th brings along several changes in the traffic of Tallinn.