News - 2021
During the downtime in aviation caused by the pandemic, people got used to the “quiet” sky.
As of Monday 19 July, anyone crossing the Estonian border will be able to select from a range of coronavirus detection tests.
At a cabinet meeting, the government approved amendments to orders regulating the requirements for self-isolation and testing valid upon arrival in Estonia based on the recommendations of the European Union.
The Government approved an order pursuant to which foreigners from countries with a high risk of infection outside the European Union can enter Estonia only if they take a coronavirus test before arriving in Estonia and the result is negative.
We gathered the most frequently asked questions and asked Henrik Hololei, Director-General for Mobility and Transport of the European Commission, and Raavo Järva, Head of the Tallinn border crossing point of the Police and Border Guard Board, to help us out in responding to them.
In June, the number of travellers at the Tallinn Airport was the greatest since the outbreak of the corona pandemic
97,912 passengers passed through the Tallinn Airport in June, which is the largest number of passengers served in one month since the beginning of the corona pandemic, exceeding the level for June last year by almost four times while the number of passengers almost doubled compared to the month before.
Today, the flag carrier of Switzerland, Swiss International Air Lines (SWISS), started to fly directly between Tallinn and Zurich.
Sixty-seven per cent of people feel that travelling makes them happy and 36% would take the next flight to the Mediterranean for a holiday, if possible, revealed the omnibus survey conducted by Kantar Emor in early June.
As restrictions are being lifted, airlines are reviving their flight schedules, so it will be possible to fly to 26 destinations directly and to 14 destinations by charter flights rom Tallinn Airport during the summer.