While at the beginning of June, it was possible to fly to 12 destinations from Tallinn, then over a month, this number has increased to 19. In addition to regular routes, also the first charter route of this summer was opened by Novatours and Tez Tour to Greece on July 01.
During the period of 06.07–12.07 flights can be taken on the following routes:
- Tallinn-Frankfurt (Lufthansa) every day.
- Tallinn-Helsinki (Finnair) four times a day.
- Tallinn-Amsterdam, (AirBaltic) every day.
- Tallinn-Riga (AirBaltic) twice a day.
- Tallinn-Copenhagen (AirBaltic) on Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday.
- Tallinn-Oslo (AirBaltic) on Thursday and Sunday.
- Tallinn-Oslo (Norwegian) on Thursday and Sunday.
- Tallinn-Vilnius (AirBaltic) every day.
- Tallinn-Paris (AirBaltic) on Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
- Tallinn-Vienna (AirBaltic) on Thursday and Sunday.
- Tallinn-Vienna (Wizz Air) on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.
- Tallinn-Vienna (Ryanair) on Tuesday and Saturday.
- Tallinn-Berlin (AirBaltic) on Thursday and Sunday.
- Tallinn-Dublin (Ryanair) on Wednesday and Saturday.
- Tallinn-Edinburg (Ryanair) on Wednesday and Sunday.
- Tallinn-Milan (Ryanair) on Thursday and Saturday.
- Tallinn-London (Ryanair) on Friday and Sunday.
- Tallinn-London (Air Baltic) on Tuesday and Saturday.
- Tallinn-Dusseldorf (Ryanair) on Tuesday and Saturday.
- Tallinn-Girona (Ryanair) on Saturday.
- Tallinn-Paphos (Ryanair) on Sunday.
- Tallinn-Kärdla (Transaviabaltika) every day, twice a day on weekdays.
- Tallinn-Kuressaare (Transaviabaltika) every day, twice on weekdays.
By the decision of the Government of the Republic of 30 June 2020, the restriction on opening airlines to countries with a high risk of contracting the coronavirus was extended until 14 July. For more detailed flight information, follow the flight schedule on the homepage of the airport or contact your airline.
Since certain restrictions to travelling are still applicable and the requirements differ by countries, we recommend familiarising yourself with the situation and travel restrictions of the country of destination on the website Reisi Targalt.
The health and wellbeing of the employees and passengers are very important for Tallinn Airport, which is why we urge everyone to follow the 2+2 rule at the airport, the elementary hygiene rules and disinfect their hands. And most important, stay home when sick!
Let’s connect Estonia safely with the world!