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.
The airport is two miles (4km) south east of Tallinn city centre.
Getting to the city
Bus Route 2 connects the airport to the city centre from Bus Stop 1, located in front of the departure hall; tickets can be bought from the bus driver for €1.60. Bus Stop 2 is a stopping point for intercity buses to other destinations in Estonia.
GMT +2 (GMT +3 from the last Sunday in March to the last Sunday in October).
Tel: +372 605 8888.
Car rental agencies operating at the airport include Avis, Budget, Hertz, Sixt, Dollar/Thrifty, NU, National and Europcar.
Taxis are available at the airport. Cab fare into Tallinn is roughly €10. It is recommended to use an official airport taxi from the following companies: Tulika Takso, Tallink Takso and Tallinna Takso.
The airport is small, but ultra-modern. Three banks operate at the airport providing ATMs, currency exchange, and cashing of travellers cheques. There is a post office in the departure hall, a large duty-free shop, a bar and snack bar, library, post office, luggage wrapping and storage, travel agencies, and two well-equipped business lounges.
Three parking areas are available at the airport. Lot A3 is in front of the passenger terminal, and charges about €2 every 15 minutes. Short-term parking in Lot A is about €3 for the first hour, and about €1 per 30 minutes thereafter up to about €15 for 24 hours; daily parking is about €5. Lot A2 has long-term rates of about €10 for the first day and about €3 per day thereafter.
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.
Free wifi is available throughout the airport. There are also internet kiosks located throughout the terminal, also free of charge.
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.