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Ryanair will continue flying to eight destinations from Tallinn during the summer season

Ryanair has decided to close seven routes from Tallinn from the end of March. Ryanair will continue to serve eight destinations from Tallinn: London, Milan, Stockholm, Barcelona, Vienna, Berlin, Rome and Venice Treviso. “The closure of Ryanair’s routes will not have a significant impact on our connectivity to the world, as almost half of our…

Weather conditions and their impact on air traffic

We live in a climate zone characterised by four seasons and their specific features, which in the worst case can also affect air traffic. Let’s find out a little about the main weather conditions affecting air traffic and what they can bring along. Snowfall and freezing rain Just as heavy snowfall and freezing rain can…

Magnetic MRO started transporting workers and small packages with Auve Tech autonomous vehicles on the airport grounds

From January 24, Magnetic MRO, a member of Magnetic Group, is using Auve Tech’s autonomous vehicles to transport employees and small packages between hangars on the Tallinn airport grounds. Raivo Roolaid, Supply Chain Manager at Magnetic MRO, described the mindset behind innovative cooperation: “At Magnetic MRO, we are constantly looking for ways to be more…

Tallinn Airport achieved ACA Level 3

Tallinn Airport has been awarded the Level 3 International Carbon Accreditation Certificate of the Airport Carbon Accreditation Programme in recognition of the company’s efforts to reduce its environmental footprint and achieve carbon neutrality by 2030.  The Airport Carbon Accreditation or ACA, is an independent carbon accreditation programme for airports that monitors the efforts made by…

What to keep in mind when travelling to or from China

The European Commission HSC (Health Security Committee) recommendations: Travellers should exercise caution if travelling to any regions globally that are experiencing high rates of SARS-CoV-2 transmission as this could increase the risk of infection, and additionally could make it harder to access healthcare services abroad should the need arise. Travellers should check that their health…

2.7 million passengers travelled through Tallinn Airport in 2022

In December, 207,555 passengers travelled through Tallinn Airport, which is 24% more than in December 2021. A total of 2,747,943 passengers travelled through the airport during the year and an additional 63,946 passengers travelled through regional airports during the year. According to Riivo Tuvike, Chairman of the Management Board of Tallinn Airport, the past year…

Tallinn Airport GH, subsidiary of Tallinn Airport, introduced its first electric cars

Three electric cars, which are meant for the employees who perform the tasks required for aircraft servicing, arrived at Tallinn Airport on 3 January. The introduction of electric cars is an important step in reducing the carbon footprint of both the company and the group as a whole. According to Indrek Nõlvak, Member of the…

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…

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