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Tallinn Airport

Tallinn Lennujaam International Airport, (TLL)

Overview

Lennart Meri Tallinn International Airport is the largest airport in Estonia, it is generally known as Tallinn Airport. Even though it was upgraded in 2008, Tallin Airport is relatively small by international standards. It's efficient and modern and even has a free Skype video terminal for passengers wishing to quickly say hi to friends and family back home.

Location

The airport is two miles (4km) south east of Tallinn city centre.

Getting to the city

Bus 2 connects the airport to the city centre. The bus stop is in front of the departure hall at the airport. Taxis are available at a rank outside the arrivals hall and take about 10 minutes to the city centre.

Time

GMT +2 (GMT +3 from the last Sunday in March to the last Sunday in October.

Contacts

Tel: +372 605 8888.

Car rental

Car rental agencies operating at the airport include Avis, Budget, Hertz, National and Europcar.

Airport Taxis

Taxis are available at the airport. Cab fare into Tallinn is roughly €10.

Facilities

The airport is small, but ultra-modern. Three banks operate at the airport providing ATMs, exchange services and cashing of travellers cheques. There is a post office in the departure hall, a large duty free shop, a bar and snack bar, left luggage, travel agencies, a beauty salon and two comfortable, well-equipped business lounges.

Parking

Three parking areas are available at the airport. Short-term rates range from EEK 31 per hour in Lot A to EEK 93 per hour in Lot A3. Long term parking in Lot A2 costs EEK 156 for the first day and EEK47 per day thereafter. The first 15 minutes are free in Lot A.

Departure Tax

None.

Website

www.tallinn-airport.ee

Airlines

A number of European carriers offer flights to Tallinn Airport. The most frequent airlines flying to Tallin are Spanair, Lufthansa, SAS, Finnair, easyJet, Estonian Air, Air France, Czech Airlines, Alitalia, Air Baltic and Aeroflot.

Internet

Free wifi is available throughout the airport.

Business Lounges

Business class passengers can make use of the Linda Lounge, which has Wi-Fi, computer terminals as well as fax and printing facilities. Economy passengers need to pay EEK 475 to gain access.


Tallinn Airport Taxis: the taxi fares above are intended as a guideline only.