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2021

Ryanair adds seven new destinations to the flight schedule

The Irish low-fare airline Ryanair is expanding its route network from Tallinn, opening seven new routes. During the winter season, the airline will have 15 direct routes open from Tallinn. According to Eero Pärgmäe, the Commercial Director of Tallinn Airport, this winter’s schedule is different from that of the previous years, as the airlines are…

Winter schedule surprises with the abundance of destinations

In Tallinn Airport’s winter flight schedule, one may find flights to 32 direct destinations. Additionally, also charter flights are being added to the schedule, including Estonians’ favourites such as Sharm el Sheikh and Hurghada as well as Gran Canaria and Tenerife. According to Eero Pärgmäe, the Commercial Director of Tallinn Airport, this winter’s flight schedule…

Pärnu Airport airside area will be reopened to air traffic

The renovation works of the airside area at Pärnu Airport that commenced last summer have come to an end and the airport will be reopened to air traffic. Air traffic between Pärnu and Ruhnu will be restored at the beginning of October. The completion of the reconstruction of the passenger terminal and the runway are…

Tallinn Airport celebrates its 85th anniversary

Today, on September 20, 1936, Tallinn Airport was opened on the shores of Lake Ülemiste, laying the foundation to connecting Estonia with the world! Now, 85 years later, we are pleased to admit that Tallinn Airport continues to fulfil its mission of connecting Estonia with the world. According to Riivo Tuvike, Chairman of the Management…

The increase in the number of passengers at Tallinn Airport reflects the recovery of tourism

In August, 176,652 passengers travelled through Tallinn Airport, being the highest monthly number of passengers served over the last year and a half. The number of passengers has grown more than twice compared to last August; yet, it makes only 54% of the pre-pandemic times. According to Eero Pärgmäe, the Commercial Director of Tallinn Airport,…

The service level of Tallinn Airport is still among the best in Europe

In August, the Q2 results of the ACI ASQ passenger survey were released, which gives the airport a chance to look back and get feedback on the work done during the spring season. The Q2 survey period lasted from the end of April until the beginning of June, and 350 passengers were surveyed during this…

The resumption of flights with Europe brings about noise

During the downtime in aviation caused by the pandemic, people got used to the “quiet” sky. As air traffic recovers, the volume of travel and flights and the associated noise have increased. The Air Navigation Services, managing the air traffic at Tallinn Airport and in Estonian airspace, explains what affects the noise level caused by…

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