News - 2019
Belarusian airline Belavia is opening a new line this year, on May 30th – Minsk-Tallinn-Minsk.
Next week, most of the Estonian schools have holidays and it is a time many families use for family vacations and travelling.
At the international Supply Chain Conference organised by PROLOG – Estonian Supply Chain Association, the Supply Chain Performer of the Year was announced for the third time.
Despite the fact that January is traditionally a silent month in aviation, Tallinn Airport serviced more than 200,000 passengers in the first month of the year, being by 17 per cent more compared to the same time last year.
Hungarian low-fare airline, Wizz Air, will start flying on the Tallinn-Kutaisi route with the first flight departing on August 4.
Having crossed the threshold of a record-breaking three million passengers, Tallinn Airport is predicting an at least five per cent increase in the number of passengers this year, the number of seats will increase regardless of the withdrawal of Nordica, and consistent efforts are made to open several new airlines, first of all in the directions of Europe and Middle East.