Updated at 11:10 on 30 March 2020
Which flight connections with Tallinn are currently available in the next few weeks?
Changes in the opening hours of the passenger terminal of Tallinn Airport and access to parking station
As a result of the decreased number of flight operations and passengers and for the cost-cutting purposes, the Tallinn Airport will change the opening hours of the passenger terminal and access to the parking station starting from 30 March.
Updated at 08:45 on 23 March 2020
Latest information on COVID-19 and impact on passengers.
Due to the state of emergency declared by the government, scheduled flights on Tallinn-Kuressaare and Tallinn-Kärdla routes were suspended starting on 18 March; flights between Tartu and Helsinki have been suspended as well.
Currently, it is possible to fly with Ryanair to Berlin, Düsseldorf, Edinburgh and London, which is covered also by Easyjet.
Tallinn Airport will involve G4S security officers in taking the temperature of the arriving passengers
Last week, Tallinn Airport introduced thermal cameras to prevent the spread of the coronavirus.
Tallinn Airport is in constant contact with the Health Board to monitor the situation in the country and is ready to take further action if necessary.
Today, thermal cameras were put to operation at the Tallinn Airport to measure the temperature of arriving passengers and stop the spread of coronavirus.
In February, 211,698 passengers travelled through Tallinn Airport, being by 8% more than the year before.