• Tallinn Airport was awarded the title of Supply Chain Performer of the Year


    At the international Supply Chain Conference organised by PROLOG – Estonian Supply Chain Association, the Supply Chain Performer of the Year was announced for the third time.  The title went to Tallinn Airport. When handing over the award, Tõnis Hintsov, chairman of the board of PROLOG, said that development of supply chains in industry, logistics…
  • In January, the number of passengers continued to grow


    Despite the fact that January is traditionally a silent month in aviation, Tallinn Airport serviced more than 200,000 passengers in the first month of the year, being by 17 per cent more compared to the same time last year. In comparison to last January, the number of passengers of AirBaltic and Ryanair increased the most.…
  • Wizz Air to start direct flights to Georgia in summer


    Hungarian low-fare airline, Wizz Air, will start flying on the Tallinn-Kutaisi route with the first flight departing on August 4. Wizz Air’s Airbus A320 will start flying to Kutaisi, located in Western Georgia, twice a week, on Wednesdays and Sundays. “We have cooperated for a long time with the Georgian airport for the sake of…
  • Tallinn Airport is predicting a five per cent increase in the number of passengers


    Having crossed the threshold of a record-breaking three million passengers, Tallinn Airport is predicting an at least five per cent increase in the number of passengers this year, the number of seats will increase regardless of the withdrawal of Nordica, and consistent efforts are made to open several new airlines, first of all in the…
  • The new parking house of the airport accommodates three times as many cars as before


    On December 21st, a new parking facilities will be opened to passengers, which is the largest one in Estonia and built for passengers who require quick, easy and convenient parking service. According to Piret Mürk-Dubout, chairman of the board of Tallinn Airport, the first task of the airport is to offer quick, high-quality and convenient…
  • Passenger numbers up by 12% in November


    In November, Tallinn Airport served 227,000 passengers, which is 12% more compared to last November. Despite seasonal decline in the number of passengers, the growth percent demonstrates a steady demand in the segment of charter as well as regular flights. In November, it was possible to fly to 27 destinations, served by 13 airlines. We…
  • The number of passengers increased by more than 10% in October


    In October, 284 thousand passengers travelled through Tallinn Airport, being nearly 11% more than during the same period last year. This growth was significantly supported by an all-time record in the number charter passengers, having increased 30% compared to the year prior. The number of passengers on regular flights increased at a more steady pace…
  • Flight traffic growth continue in September


    Over 283 thousand passengers passed through Tallinn Airport in September. Compared to last year, the number of passengers increased by 6.4%. It was the lowest growth indicator in the past 20 months but considering the high level related to the EU presidency events last September, the growth figure can still be considered very positive. The…
  • Positive results in August


    In August, Tallinn Airport served more than 305,000 passengers with the number having increased 12% compared to last year. In eight months, nearly 2 million passengers have passed through the airport, being 15% more than in the same period the year prior. Altogether, there were regular flights to 41 different destinations in August. Most popular…
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