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Riivo Tuvike about flight restrictions: Flight restrictions do not guarantee health security

Estonia and Latvia are the only European Union countries that have established complete flight prohibition to countries with high corona risk. In practice, this does not improve health security, but vice versa – reduces control over the health situation of people arriving in the country, Riivo Tuvike, Chairman of the Management Board of Tallinn Airport…

Travelling the old way is over, but we are still learning the new way

The need to fly by planes has not disappeared because of the coronavirus outbreak, but it will take some time for our sense of safety to recover. For this to happen, we need international agreements and a change of mindset among travellers and travel service providers alike, writes Eero Pärgmäe, Chief Commercial Officer at Tallinn…

Business Lounge sales terms

The owner of the webstore is Tallinna Lennujaama AS (hereinafter Tallinn Airport), registry code 10349560, located at Lennujaama tee 12, Tallinn Service to be bought: Business Lounge Service fee is EUR 29.00 (VAT included) and payments are made in euros (EUR). The service is paid for via the bank link of Swedbank, SEB, LHV, Luminor,…

Jaanuaris jätkus lennureisijate arvu kasv

Vaatamata sellele, et jaanuar on tavapäraselt lennunduses vaikne kuu, teenindas Tallinna lennujaam aasta esimesel kuul üle 200 000 reisija, mida on 17 protsenti rohkem kui möödunud aastal samal ajal. Võrreldes eelmise aasta jaanuariga kasvas lennufirmadest kõige jõudsamalt Air Balticu ja Ryanairi reisijate arv. Air Baltic lendab jaanuari seisuga Tallinnast üheksasse ja Ryanair kuude otsesihtkohta. Otsesihtkohtadest…

Tallinn Airport air traffic area procurement won by Lemminkäinen Eesti

  In September, Tallinn Airport announced a public procurement project for the construction work in the Tallinn air traffic area; today they will conclude the construction contract with Lemminkäinen Eesti. In accordance with the agreement, the cost of the construction will be 34.6 million euros, half of which will be covered by the Cohesion Fund…

Tallinn Airport CEO Rein Loik resigns

Tallinn Airport’s long time chairman of the management board Rein Loik has resigned from his position, the supervisory council of the airport approved the application effective from March 1st. A public competition will be held to select the new chairman of the board. Rein Loik, who has been the CEO of Tallinn Airport since 1998,…

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