In August, 84,387 passengers travelled through Tallinn Airport, representing 26% of the number of passengers in last August.
As of 1 September, people returning to Estonia from COVID-19 risk countries can have themselves tested for coronavirus at the airport and at the ferry port to reduce the period of self-isolation and to return to work.
As at 31 August, it is possible to take 14 international flights to 11 countries from Tallinn Airport. Without restrictions, passengers can fly to four international destinations.
- Berlin (EasyJet, AirBaltic)*
- Dusseldorf (Ryanair)*
- Edinburgh (Ryanair)*
- Frankfurt (Lufthansa)*
- Helsinki (Finnair)
- Copenhagen (AirBaltic)* (from 02.09)
- London (AirBaltic, Ryanair, EasyJet)*
- Milan (Wizz Air, Ryanair)*
- Minsk (Belavia)*
- Oslo (Norwegian, Air Baltic)
- Paphos (Ryanair)*
- Riga (AirBaltic)
- Warsaw (LOT)* (from 01.09)
- Vilnius (AirBaltic)
*A self-quarantine requirement of two weeks applies when returning from the destination.
The restriction on opening direct routes from Estonia will continue also beyond August 31 with exceptions granted to six cities
The Government of the Republic decided to extend the restriction of routes departing from Estonia to and arriving in Estonia from countries with high risk of corona infection also to fall and make exceptions to Warsaw, Copenhagen, Frankfurt, Riga, Helsinki and London, which will be kept open regardless of the infection rate in the country.
Over the recent weeks, Europe has seen an increase in the number of coronavirus cases, causing the infection rates by countries and accordingly, also the flight schedule, to change rapidly.
75,682 passengers passed through Tallinn Airport in July, which is nearly 24% of the number of passengers in last July.
The government decided to extend the restriction on opening direct air routes from Estonia to countries with a high-risk number of daily new cases of coronavirus until the end of August.
Reet Härmat, make-up artist and the founder of the Öli Organic Skincare brand, spent an exceptionally nice week in Italy in July, enjoying luxury experiences without crowds of tourists.
In the first weeks of July, 43,373 passengers travelled through Tallinn Airport, being by 18,000 passengers more than in the entire month of June.