Important information for travelers regarding coronavirus COVID-19
Updated at 08:45 on 23 March 2020
Latest information on COVID-19 and impact on passengers.
In connection with the COVID-19 coronavirus, the priority of the Tallinn Airport is protecting the health of passengers and employees.
Accordingly, we implement preventive measures to stop the spread of the virus. There are disinfectants for the passengers and employees placed into different parts of the terminal.
The body temperature of all arriving passengers is monitored using the thermal cameras and the Police and Border Guard Board checks the data of the passengers arriving in Estonia.
More information about the emergency situation is available on the homepage of the Police an Border Guard Board.
With the regulation of the government, border control will be temporarily restored from 17 March. This will bring along restrictions and changes also in the flight schedule.
We recommend the passengers to stay calm, follow the flight schedule and if necessary, contact your airline.
You may read the frequently asked questions here.
Due to decreased demand, the airport’s Business Lounge and VIP services have been closed temporarily at least until 31 March
To prevent the spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus, we advise you to remember the following:
- As in order for the illness to spread, a close contact is required, we recommend keeping a distance of 1.5–2 metres, if possible.
- Illness can be prevented better with good hygiene. Wash your hands at least for 20 seconds and use a disinfectant. When coughing and sneezing, use paper tissues or cover your mouth with your sleeve.
- If you are sick or feel unwell, stay home.
- If you have returned from a trip or have been in contact with a person infected with corona, you will have to be quarantined at home for two weeks. Only this way we can prevent the spread of virus and protect the others.