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Tallinn Airport ranks second among Eastern European airports


The 2022 World Airport Awards is an international recognition given annually to the best airports in different regions. This year, the winners were announced at the Passenger Terminal EXPO on 16 June in Paris. For the second year in a row, Qatar’s Hamad International Airport was named the world’s best airport. Tallinn Airport came second in the ranking of Eastern European airports, after Budapest Airport. “Tallinn Airport has managed to maintain its position despite difficult times and has again been recognised as one of the best airports. I am pleased that we have achieved such a high position in this ranking and that we have surpassed our southern neighbours,” says Riivo Tuvike, Chairman of the Group’s Management Board.

Tallinn Airport’s good result was possible thanks to the joint efforts of the airport staff and the employees of all companies operating at the airport. “The last two years have been difficult for airports and aviation, but we have done our best despite the coronavirus-related restrictions. I am grateful to every single person working at the airport because together we can keep the airport flag flying high,” adds Tuvike.  “We’ve made an effort and worked hard this year, but we still have a challenging summer ahead of us. We will maintain our high quality of service and continue in the same spirit!”

The SKYTRAX survey is a global airport passenger survey that ranks the world’s best airports each year. More than 550 airports take part in the survey and passengers rate airport service throughout the passenger journey, from the moment they enter the airport to the moment they board their plane. See all nominated airports on the Best Airport 2022 website.