Tram line no. 4 stop is located on the city side of the passenger terminal of the airport. 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 leaves at 0:45 AM, allowing also the passengers arriving on the late evening flights to reach the city centre with public transport.
The journey to the city centre takes approximately 15-17 minutes. Information on tram lines and stops can be found HERE.
For a single trip, you can buy a QR-ticket on the Internet or at the ticket machine located in the tram waiting hall. The ticket is valid for one hour.
You can buy the transport card and load money to it at the R-kiosk in the open area of the airport. Using a transport card is free for the residents of Tallinn. You can find more information about tickets HERE.
Airport bus stops are located at the city side of the passenger terminal next to the tram stop.
You can enter the terminal from the bus stops by escalator or elevator, going to the arrival area. Tallinn City Transport Busses No. 2 and No. 65 stop at the airport.
Bus No. 2 runs on the City Centre – Mõigu route and stops at the airport on both directions. You can check out the bus timetable. The timetable can be found HERE.
Bus No. 65 runs from Lasnamäe to the airport. The timetable can be found HERE.
Both Tallinn Ühiskaart Transport Card and single tickets can be used on city buses. Tickets are sold by the bus driver at the entrance to the bus, the ticket price is 2 euros.
Some long-distance buses that run along the Tartu highway towards Tallinn also stop at the airport bus stop. However, all buses do not stop at the airport by request, so make sure you choose the right line. Be sure to notify the bus driver of your wish to stop at the airport when you enter the bus. You can find more information on bus lines and stops HERE.
The airport bus station also has a self-service ticket dispenser where you can buy tickets for buses stopping at the airport on the way to Tartu. The machine accepts card payments.
If you are going to be dropped off at the airport by car, there is a “Kiss&Fly” parking area inside the parking house. Stays longer than 10 minutes are subject to a charge according to the applicable rates which can be found HERE.
If you have parked your car in the airport’s car park for the duration of your trip, you can pay for it in the passenger terminal. This can be done at the parking cashdesk on the main floor of arrivals as well as at the parking machines located in several places of the passenger terminal.
The plan of the car parks and the rates can be found HERE.
Important! Taxi rates are not limited by law in Estonia. Before you start your ride, make sure that the rate is acceptable to you and, if possible, ask the driver for the estimated fare. In order to avoid any unpleasant experiences with taxis, the airport recommends that you only use our partner taxis waiting at the official taxi park of the airport.
The official taxi partners of Tallinn Airport are Forus Takso and Tallink Takso, whose cars will be waiting for passengers right in front of the terminal doors. Passengers can also use Bolt ride in order of arriveng to the airport or going away.
You can also call a taxi of another company; however, you should consider that the taxis of other companies can stop only in the “Kiss&Fly” parking area in the parking house and in A4 car park that is close to the public transport centre.
To make sure you don’t end up with huge bill for the taxi, we recommend that you avoid taxi drivers trying to catch unsolicited customers at the airport or in the car park.
Use the Google map below to see how far the airport is from your destination. When taking a taxi, make sure that the driver takes your desired route to reach the destination. This should also provide a chance to estimate the approximate fare.