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  • Reflectors are distributed for incoming passengers in Estonia’s largest tourism gates

    04.11.2017

    As of today, Tallinn Airport and Tallinn Port in cooperation with the Enterprise Estonia (EAS) Tourism Development Centre will start distributing reflectors to tourists arriving in the most important tourism gates in Tallinn, Estonia. According to Priit Koff, Communications Manager of Tallinn Airport, many tourists arriving in Estonia do not know that wearing reflectors is…
  • More than a quarter of a million passengers passed through Tallinn Airport in October

    02.11.2017

    This October, the number of passengers served by Tallinn Airport increased by 22 per cent compared to last year, to 256,993 passengers. For the year to date, 2.25 million passengers in all have passed through Tallinn Airport. According to Eero Pärgmäe, Commercial Director of Tallinn Airport, this summer season was extremely successful for the airport.…
  • The Tallinn Airport will close the car park in front of the terminal from 15 November for the construction works.

    01.11.2017

    In connection with the preparations for the construction of a new parking station, the Tallinn Airport will close from 15 November the short-term parking in front of the passenger terminal and will expand the A2 car park, initially designed for long-term parking, by 400 parking spaces. The new parking station with 1100 spaces will be…
  • Tallinn Airport was acknowledged by an international travel portal

    17.10.2017

    According to a survey which was conducted by the international travel portal, Sleeping in Airports, passengers consider Tallinn Airport to be the nicest airport in Europe after Helsinki and Munich; globally, Tallinn came ninth. Piret Mürk-Dubout, chairwoman of the board of Tallinn Airport, is extremely grateful to the passengers for the positive feedback. ‘The airport…
  • Night-time construction works at Tallinn Airport have ended

    12.10.2017

    The two-year-long construction activities at the Tallinn Airport’s flight traffic area are nearing their end, and the closures of runways for night-time construction activities have ended. From today, Tallinn Airport is utilising a modern and environmentally sustainable airport lighting system, which ensures better visibility for pilots in case of poor weather conditions and increases the…
  • Compared to last year, 24 per cent more passengers passed through Tallinn Airport in September

    06.10.2017

    During September, over 266 thousand passengers passed through Tallinn Airport, which is 24 per cent more than during September of last year. In nine months, 18 per cent more passengers have passed through the airport, which makes over 300 thousand passengers more than during the same period last year. This year, the magical line of…
  • A cooperation agreement for reconstructing Pärnu Airport was signed

    04.10.2017

    Today, Minister of Economic Affairs and Infrastructure Kadri Simson, Mayor of Pärnu Romek Kosenkranius and chairman of the board of Tallinn Airport Piret Mürk-Dubout signed a cooperation agreement for reconstruction of Pärnu Airport. “The main purpose of renewing Pärnu Airport is to restore the possibility for international charter flights bringing income for local entrepreneurs and…
  • This weekend plan significantly more time to arrive the airport

    26.09.2017

    Regarding the Summit of the leaders of the European Union and its member states this Thursday and Friday, there will be extensive traffic restrictions in the traffic of Tallinn, which will affect also the arrival to the airport. On Thursday at 12-21 the delegations will travel from Tallinn Airport to various hotels in the centre…
  • Tallinn Airport signed a construction contract of a new parking station

    06.09.2017

    The representatives of the Tallinn Airport, KMG Inseneriehituse AS and a Latvian company AS LNK Industries signed today a construction contract, according to which a parking station for 1100 vehicles will be built at the Tallinn Airport by 2019. According to Tõnu Mühle, the Director of Infrastructure Development of the Tallinn Airport, the increasing number…
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