Tallinn Airport served ca 215 passengers in September. The number of passengers increased by 3.5 percent over the year whilst the number of passengers on regular flights has gone up by 8 percent.
Marketing Director at Tallinn Airport Eero Pärgmäe said that the number of passengers changed in a positive direction for all carriers offering regular flights. The increase was the biggest on flights to Stockholm, Munich and Vilnius. “The summer flight schedule will officially end in October and we will then be able to prepare an overview of this summer season,” said Pärgmäe. “Initial results suggest that we can be satisfied with the number of passengers who passed through the airport in summer and continue looking to the future with optimism.” Direct summer flights to Barcelona, Rome and Rijeka ended in September whilst direct flights to Dublin, Girona, Odessa, Split and Nice will continue until the end of October.
The average passenger load on flights in September was 69 percent, which is one percentage point more than last year. The total number of passengers at Tallinn Airport increased by 0.6 percentage points this year and the number of passengers on regular flights went up by 2.5 percent. Since the start of the year, there have been flights to 395 different airports from Tallinn whilst almost half of all passengers arrive or leave via five hub airports, which are Frankfurt, Helsinki, Riga, Stockholm and Oslo.