Close to Ülemiste Lake in the southeast of the capital lies Tallinn Airport, Estonia's main airport. The airport is easily accessible via the E263 (Estonian national road 2) expressway. Tallinn Airport consists of a terminal and is named after Lennart Meri, a former president of Estonia. The distance between Tallinn Airport and the center of the city is only 4 kilometers, the journey time by car is 10 minutes. There is a passenger terminal and four air cargo terminals in the airport. As the current terminal capacity of nearly 2.5 million passengers per year is almost reached and passenger traffic is growing strongly (+38.2% in 2011), a new terminal for low-cost airlines is being built. Facilities include post office, phone services, Skype phone booth, free internet kiosks, free Wi-Fi access, luggage storage, clothes storage and luggage sealing. Restaurants, cafes, duty-free shop, travel agencies, currency exchange, ATM and porter service are also available. There are three bus stops at the terminal, which are located at level 0 in front of the arrivals area.
Business Class passengers as well as Priority Pass members, Airport Angel members (including Diners Club members) and Dragon Pass members have access to the Business Lounge, which is located in an enclosed area of the passenger terminal. An additional Tallinn Airport GH check-in machine is located at the Radisson Blu Hotel Tallinn. Travelers can check in online directly from the hotel lobby and print their boarding passes. The system allows you to check in 24 hours before departure and select the desired seat.
Point-to-point terminal (Terminal 2) - On April 12, 2012, the airport management announced that next year a new five-exit terminal will be built for low-cost airlines, which will also be slightly scalable or expandable. The new terminal is designed for low-cost airlines such as Ryanair, Easyjet and Norwegian, who want to pay lower fees and do not fully use airport services. The new terminal will have a handling capacity of 1 million passengers per year. The capacity that will be freed up at the old terminal building will then be available to the national flag carrier Estonian Air and traditional airlines such as Lufthansa, SAS, LOT and Finnair.
Tallinn Airport Private Transfers
Whether from the airport to the accommodation or back - book your transfer in Tallinn conveniently before your trip. We will drive you to your accommodation with a private vehicle right after your arrival. Whether for a business trip or a private weekend trip - the airport private transfer in Tallinn, with us is your cheap alternative to a rental car or taxi. Avoid long queues and a nerve-racking search for a parking space.
You are welcome to provide your flight number when booking your airport private transfer. This enables us to track your flight and react flexibly to possible delays. The driver will then know your arrival time at¬¬ Tallinn Airport and can flexibly adjust your pick-up time. If the passport control takes a bit longer after landing or if you want to do something at the airport, you can wait up to an hour for free. So do not hesitate and choose us as your airport private transfer in Tallinn. You will be delighted with our service and can benefit from the courtesy and reliability of our drivers. Whether you want to enjoy the luxury of a private transfer and a private driver or prefer a cheap shuttle bus, you can count on our service. Our drivers bring you quickly, safely and in the most satisfying way to your desired destination. If you have any further questions, for example regarding the amount of luggage or additional services, do not hesitate to contact us.
Tallinn Airport Car Hire
For those who want to reach the city and do a little exploring for themselves, renting a car directly at the airport is the best option. Here you can order your dream car and you will also get your car key - the collection and return of the vehicles is located in the car rental center. All rental cars will be returned in the car rental center. The car rental agencies Avis, Budget, Europcar and Sixt are based at the airport. The rental cars are ready on the P2 parking ground. Like everywhere else, renting a car locally is a bit more expensive, so it's better to do it in advance, from home. Here you can order your dream car and you will also get your car key - the collection and return of the vehicles is located in the car rental center. All rental cars will be returned in the car rental center.
Carsharing at Tallinn Airport
Car sharing is an interesting alternative for those who cannot buy their own car or do without their own car to save the environment. The principle of car sharing is simple: You reserve a car of your choice by phone or on the Internet, pick it up at a pitch of the provider, drives as long as and as you want and returns it to a parking space in the vicinity. The billing is usually based on the kilometer traveled. You can find various suppliers exactly in the arrivals hall or book online in advance. As in every other major European city, at Tallinn. Airport you also have different car sharing options. All known car sharing providers are represented here and you have a wide range of services. More information can be found on the official website of the airport.
Tallinn Airport Taxis
A special service is the certified airport taxis, which are waiting for you at the designated taxi ranks of the arrival and departure floors and are marked with a sticker with the inscription Airport Taxi. Passengers can choose the type of vehicle and also choose to drive in a smoker or non-smoker vehicle.
Tallinn Airport Contact Information
Official website: www.tallinn-airport.ee
Address: Tartu maantee 101, 10112 Tallinn, Estonia
Contact telephone numbers: +372 605 8888