Getting to the Airport
Tallinn Airport is located just 4 km from the city centre making the airport easily accessible. The airport has good public transport connection, offers sufficient access for taxies and provides plenty of options for parking your car.
The airport car parks have enough room for parking your car. There are separate car parks for both short stay and long stay parking.
The ‘Kiss & Fly’ car park right in front of the entrance to the passenger terminal is very convenient if someone is giving you a ride to the airport. The car can be parked there for 15 minutes free of charge. This should provide just enough time to say your goodbyes and grab your things from the trunk. Stays longer than 15 minutes are subject to a charge according to the applicable rates.
The plan of the car parks and the rates can be found here HERE.
Public tram route no. 4 stop is located next to the terminal towards the city. On Mondays through Saturdays, the first tram arrives at the airport at 5.25 AM and at 5.45 on Sundays. The last tram from the airport to the city centre leaves at 0.45 AM, allowing passengers arriving on the last flights of the day to use public transport for reaching the city.
Tram tickets cost 2 euros when buying from the driver, however registered Tallinners use public transport free of charge. The journey to the city centre takes approximately 15-17 minutes. Information on tram lines and stops can be found HERE.
The airport bus stops are located on the ground floor in front of the passenger terminal. From the bus stop, you can take the escalator or lift to get to the departures area quickly and conveniently.
Tallinn public transport buses No. 2 and No. 65 stop at the airport.
Bus line No. 2 runs from the city centre to Mõigu and stops at the airport going both ways. The timetable can be found HERE.
Bus line No. 65 runs from Lasnamäe to the airport. The timetable can be found HERE.
The Tallinn public transport card as well as single tickets are valid in public city buses. Tickets are sold by the driver when you enter the bus. The cost of a single ticket is 2 EUR.
Some long-distance buses entering Tallinn using the Tartu road also have a scheduled stop at the airport. However, not all buses have on-demand stops at the airport, meaning that you should make sure to choose the correct line. When getting on the bus, be sure to let the driver know that you want the bus to stop at the airport. Information on bus lines and stops can be found HERE.
Getting to the airport by taxi is very convenient, as taxis can stop at the car park in front of the passenger terminal for 15 minutes free of charge. This should provide enough time to pay the driver, grab your baggage and make sure that you didn’t leave anything in the taxi.
Use the Google map below to see how far the airport is from your location and make sure you have enough time to get to the airport on time.