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2022

Nearly 207,000 passengers passed through Tallinn Airport in November

This November Tallinn Airport served 206,786 passengers, which is 26% more than in November last year. In terms of countries, Germany had the highest volume of flights and Italy had the largest choice of direct flights. The average seat occupancy rate for scheduled flights to 33 destinations from Tallinn during November was 68%. Passengers most…

Tallinn Airport makes switch from gas to district heating

On 21 November, Tallinn Airport made the switch from gas heating to the district heating offered by Utilitas in buildings on airport premises. This transition further adds to the airport’s energy independence and security of supply while also playing an important role in achieving its environmental goals. Riivo Tuvike, the chairman of the management board…

Tallinn Airport urges school holiday travellers to arrive well in time for their flights

The autumn school holidays, which begin in Estonia next week, are likely to see more passengers with children passing through Tallinn Airport. To ensure that your travels start out problem-free, you should make sure you arrive at the airport a good two hours before your scheduled departure, giving you enough time to park and check…

Direct flights to 40 destinations feature in Tallinn Airport’s winter schedule

Tallinn Airport will be making the transition to its winter schedule at the end of October. For passengers, this will mean a choice of 40 destinations to which they can fly direct from Tallinn. They include daily flights to London, with the British capital now being served by three airlines. Winter will also see the…

More than 275,000 passengers passed through Tallinn Airport in September

 A total of 275,952 passengers passed through Tallinn Airport in September, 67% more than in the same period in 2021. For the fourth month in a row, passenger numbers reached 89% of their pre-pandemic levels. In the first nine months of the year the airport served a total of 2.07 million passengers. Eero Pärgmäe, a…

Finnish airline Finnair ends service on Tartu-Helsinki route

Finnair, the Finnish airline that started flying on the Tartu-Helsinki route on 28 March this year, has announced that it will discontinue the route at the end of October. The airline’s decision does not lead to the closure of the airport – the airport and its staff will continue to serve the Estonian Aviation Academy,…

Estonian aviation companies work together to clean up the environment

The 5th World Cleanup Day took place on 17 September and saw Tallinn Airport, the Nordic Aviation Group, Estonian Air Navigation Services and Magnetic MRO come together in the name of a cleaner and healthier environment. The transport sector currently accounts for around 30% of all carbon emissions, of which just 4% are attributable to…

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