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2022

216, 841 passengers pass through Tallinn Airport in April

In April, 216,841 passengers travelled through Tallinn Airport, which is nearly five times more than in April 2021. Compared to pre-pandemic volumes, the number of passengers reached the highest level to date with 81%. According to Eero Pärgmäe, Member of the Management Board of Tallinn Airport, the summer flight schedule and school holidays contributed to…

Flight from Helsinki set to reopen Pärnu to international air traffic

At 13:10 today, 5 May 2022, the newly renovated Pärnu Airport will once again welcome international air traffic when a flight from Vantaa Airport in Helsinki touches down in Estonia’s summer capital after 40 minutes in the air. Among the passengers will be seven Finnish travel agents and three journalists, who will be spending the…

Passengers are requested to arrive earlier for their flights

Tallinn Airport is asking passengers to arrive earlier for their flights than previously. This is to allow more time to pass through security, the longer than usual queues at which are due to staff shortages. Riivo Tuvike, the chairman of the management board of Tallinn Airport, says the availability of a record 50 destinations and…

Direct, of course! Tallinn Airport’s summer schedule offers a record 50 destinations

The end of March saw Tallinn Airport switch to its summer flight schedule, which brings with it both more frequent and more direct flights to a record number of destinations ripe for discovery. Regular flights will be operating this summer to 36 destinations, tickets for which can be purchased directly from the websites of 15…

More than 170,000 passengers passed through Tallinn Airport in March

A total of 172,424 passengers passed through Tallinn Airport in March, five times more than in the same period in 2021. This represents 75% of the pre-pandemic level. Member of the Board Eero Pärgmäe says March was a very good month for the airport. “There was an increase in the number of regular flights during…

SAS to launch flights between Stockholm and Pärnu this summer

Scandinavian Airlines (SAS), the biggest carrier in Northern Europe, is set to launch seasonal flights between the Swedish capital Stockholm and the Estonian resort of Pärnu this summer. The route will be served by 70-seat ATR-72s from 25 June-16 August. The flights, which will depart from and return to Arlanda Airport in Stockholm, will operate…

Regular flights to be unaffected by no-fly zone over Tallinn on 8 March

In connection with the visit of the US Secretary of State to Estonia on 8 March, the flights of both aircraft and drones will be restricted in the airspace above Tallinn. Regular flights will be unaffected by the restrictions, with all flights being operated according to schedule. The temporary no-fly zone (EER730) within a 20…

127,450 passengers passed through Tallinn Airport in February

Tallinn Airport served 127,450 passengers in February, almost five times more than in the same period last year. This represents 65% of the pre-pandemic level. Tallinn Airport’s Chief Commercial Officer Eero Pärgmäe says the school holidays which began at the end of February had a positive impact on passenger numbers. “Despite the figures for the…

Tallinn Airport joins Green Tiger

Tallinn Airport joined the Green Tiger to contribute to the green transition of the economy and the transport sector, and to move more consciously towards a carbon neutral airport by 2030. According to Anneli Turkin, Member of the Management Board of Tallinn Airport, the airport has been focusing on responsible and environmentally sustainable operations for…

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