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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…

Tallinn Airport opens new gate area

Tallinn Airport have opened a new gate area. For passengers, this entails a more comfortable wait – low-cost airline passengers arriving from the Schengen area will notice the largest changes, however, the new gate area can also be used to service other airlines. During the construction, an area of approximately 1500 m² was reconfigured to…

The number of passengers in Tallinn Airport the highest since Autumn 2019

In August, 286,627 passengers passed through Tallinn Airport, which is the highest number of passengers handled in a month since Autumn 2019. Compared to last year, the number of passengers grew by 61%. In the last eight months, 1.8 million passengers passed through the airport, which is three times more than in the same period last…

Tallinn Airport ends first half of year in profit

A total of 1,202,989 passengers passed through Tallinn Airport in the first six months of 2022, four times more than in the same period in 2021. In that time the group earned 5.4 million euros in profits. The dropping of all restrictions, the addition of new destinations to the airport’s flight schedule and people’s renewed interest…

282,559 passengers passed through Tallinn Airport in July

282,559 passengers passed through Tallinn Airport in July, marking a 78% rise on the same period last year. This represents 88% of the pre-crisis level. According to Eero Pärgmäe, Member of the Management Board of Tallinn Airport, the number of passengers in July was very good, but the recovery of passenger numbers to pre-crisis levels…

Tallinn Airport launches self-service bag drop for airBaltic and SAS passengers

Starting from 7th July, all passengers flying with airBaltic and SAS who have luggage to check-in will be able to register it themselves, allowing them to get airside more quickly. Katrin Hagel, a member of the airport’s management board, says the introduction of the bag-drop service is a key step in digitalising the airport and…

Public and private partners unite to develop first nationwide Hydrogen Valley in Estonia

In times of widespread energy crisis, the urgency for energy independence and need to green the energy system is felt across Estonia. Anticipating the implementation of European Green Deal legislation, many organisations and cities have committed to become climate neutral to future proof their business. Therefore, the first nationwide Hydrogen Valley ever is now being…

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