On June, 25,103 passengers passed through Tallinn Airport
On June, 25,103 passengers passed through Tallinn Airport, which is 8% of the volume of passengers served in June of the previous year. Compared to May, 14,580 more passengers passed through the airport.
“At the beginning of June twelve lines were open from Tallinn, today, this number has grown strongly. As of July 3, 19 lines are open, and in the coming days, four more lines will definitely be added. LOT Airlines flights to Warsaw should resume in mid-July, and on July 11, AirBaltic will add flights to Malaga,” said Eero Pärgmäe, Commercial Manager of Tallinn Airport, and added that the first charter flight of this summer to Greece was also opened by Novatours and TEZ tours on 1 July, and that holiday flights to Bulgaria are expected to open in July. “Today, we see that flights have recovered a little faster than we initially predicted, and we believe that by August the number of routes could be around thirty. The main question will be how demand, i.e., people’s desire to travel will recover, and we hope to get an answer to this question in the coming weeks.”
In June, there were direct flights on thirteen routes, with the highest number of passengers to Frankfurt, Amsterdam, and Riga. More than half of the passengers were served by AirBaltic, which offered flights to eight different destinations. A total of 1,639 flights were operated in June, making an average of 54 landings and take-offs a day.
As there are still some restrictions on travel and there are different requirements for people from country to country, we recommend that you familiarize yourself with the situation in the destination country and the travel restrictions on the Re-open EU website before you travel.
The health and well-being of employees and passengers are very important to Tallinn Airport, which is why we strongly remind everyone that it is recommended to follow the 2+2 rule, disinfect hands and observe basic hygiene requirements on the airport territory. And most importantly, stay at home when you are sick!
Let’s connect Estonia safely with the world!