News - 2020
The Estonian Ministry of Economic Affairs and Communications decided on the countries to where routes may not be opened from Monday
Today, Minister of Economic Affairs and Infrastructure Taavi Aas signed an order not to fly from Estonia to countries with a high risk of being infected with COVID-19, listing out the United Kingdom, Sweden, Belgium, Denmark, Turkey, Belarus and Russia and prohibiting flights to these countriues from tomorrow.
Today, AirBaltic announced about re-opening direct routes from Tallinn. Starting from 18 May to Amsterdam and Copenhagen, from 21 May to Oslo and from 25 May to Vilnius.
Transaviabaltika announced to restore air traffic on Tallinn-Kuressaare-Tallinn and Tallinn-Kärdla-Tallinn routes from 9 May.
AS Tallinna Lennujaam, that ended last year with a EUR 9.7 million net profit, is preparing for gradual recovery of the air traffic during May, however resumption of the traffic to the pre-crisis level is estimated only by the end of 2022.
The Hungarian low-cost airline Wizz Air has announced to start flying three times a week on the Tallinn-Lviv and Tallinn-Harkiv routes from 2 July.
Based on the annual report 2018, Tallinna Lennujaam AS was placed 30th in the leaderboard of 101 Estonia’s most valuable enterprises.
Changes in the opening hours of the passenger terminal of Tallinn Airport and access to parking station
As a result of the decreased number of flight operations and passengers and for the cost-cutting purposes, the Tallinn Airport will change the opening hours of the passenger terminal and access to the parking station starting from 30 March.
Due to the state of emergency declared by the government, scheduled flights on Tallinn-Kuressaare and Tallinn-Kärdla routes were suspended starting on 18 March; flights between Tartu and Helsinki have been suspended as well.
Currently, it is possible to fly with Ryanair to Berlin, Düsseldorf, Edinburgh and London, which is covered also by Easyjet.