In December, 235 thousand passengers travelled through Tallinn Airport, being nearly 6% more than during the last month of the previous year.
Airline airBaltic starts direct flights to Roma, Zurich and Hamburg in spring 2020 and brings another plane to Tallinn
Eero Pärgmäe, the Commercial Director of Tallinn Airport, is confident about the success of new routes: “The passengers have been really waiting for direct flights to Roma, as it is one of the greatest tourist attractions in Europe besides Paris.
As of November three million passengers have passed through Tallinn Airport; last year, the figure of three million was reached exactly on the last day of the year.
On November 9, at 8 a.m., the pianist Arko Narits will begin a ten-hour piano concert in the public area of the Tallinn Airport terminal, the remarkable piece “Vexations” by Erik Satie.
Three winning designs of the architectural competition of the Rail Baltica joint terminal announced at the Tallinn Airport
On November 6, the three winning designs of the architectural competition of the Rail Baltica joint terminal were announced at the Tallinn Airport and the exhibition of design concepts opened in the Airport gallery.
In October, Tallinn Airport provided its services to over 316,000 passengers, which is by 11 per cent more than during the same period last year.
AS Tallinna Lennujaam joined the ACA programme and was awarded the international carbon accreditation I level certificate, being a proof of the fact that the airport has committed to moving towards a climate-neutral management.
This week, most schools have their mid-term, which many families use to have a holiday and travel.
On May 1st, next year, AirBaltic will commence the route Tallinn-Nice, which will become the 14th direct line for AirBaltic from Tallinn.