The number of passengers in Tallinn Airport will continue to grow in the New Year

14.02.2018

In January, 175,200 passengers, or 13 percent more than last year, passed through Tallinn Airport.

According to Eero Pärgmäe, Commercial Director of Tallinn Airport, the average increase in the occupancy rate of scheduled flights by 4 percentage points to 64% indicates strong demand. “Although the beginning of the year is traditionally a low season in air traffic, the strong start of January gives reason to hope that the number of passengers will continue to increase this year,” Pärgmäe noted.

Compared to January last year, the number of passengers of Nordica and airBaltic serving 12 and 6 direct lines respectively in Tallinn for January this year has shown the highest increase. Most flights were to Helsinki, Riga, and Stockholm, with the largest increase in the number of passengers on the Warsaw route.

The number of charter passengers increased by 27 percent in January; the most popular destinations were Egypt, the Canary Islands, Dubai, and the Austrian ski resorts.

In January, 175,200 passengers, or 13 percent more than last year, passed through Tallinn Airport.

According to Eero Pärgmäe, Commercial Director of Tallinn Airport, the average increase in the occupancy rate of scheduled flights by 4 percentage points to 64% indicates strong demand. “Although the beginning of the year is traditionally a low season in air traffic, the strong start of January gives reason to hope that the number of passengers will continue to increase this year,” Pärgmäe noted.

Compared to January last year, the number of passengers of Nordica and airBaltic serving 12 and 6 direct lines respectively in Tallinn for January this year has shown the highest increase. Most flights were to Helsinki, Riga, and Stockholm, with the largest increase in the number of passengers on the Warsaw route.

The number of charter passengers increased by 27 percent in January; the most popular destinations were Egypt, the Canary Islands, Dubai, and the Austrian ski resorts.