Tallinn Lennart Meri Airport
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- Lennujaama tee 2
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- 3070m x 45m
- Airlines currently operating to this airport with scheduled services
LOT Polish Airlines
Norwegian Air Shuttle
- Airlines currently operating to this airport via codeshare
- Air France
KLM Royal Dutch Airlines
Lennart Meri Tallinn Airport serves the capital and largest city in Estonia, Tallinn. Located 4km from the city centre, Tallinn Airport has extensive services to other cities in the Baltic Sea region, with national carrier Estonian Air and pan-Baltic airline airBaltic the largest carriers at the airport.
Location of Tallinn Lennart Meri Airport, Estonia
Ground Handlers and Cargo Handlers servicing Tallinn Lennart Meri Airport
Fuel & Oil Suppliers servicing Tallinn Lennart Meri Airport
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Ryanair has been cancelling or suspending services at a wide range of airports across Europe, including in countries where it is growing. Is there any discernible strategy here or is it no more than coincidence, as a result of too many disagreements with airports? What future prospects are there for smaller airports when Ryanair decides to quit?
Ryanair announced the commencement of its first Estonian services in Dec-2010 as its drive north-eastwards continues.
Finnair has confirmed plans to increase its domestic and international feeder traffic network in cooperation with the UK’s LCC-cum-regional airline Flybe. Cooperation will be on various Finnish domestic routes including those to Tampere and Turku; also to Tallinn in Estonia. The cooperation will commence on 31-Oct-2010 using three “propeller-driven” aircraft (presumably Dash 8 Q400s) based at Helsinki Airport.
Latvian flag carrier and dominant regional airline airBaltic has announced plans to serve more destinations over the forthcoming northern winter and to offer additional flights to improve connections for travellers flying via northern hub Riga to/from more than 70 destinations in Europe, CIS and the Middle East. Between them, Riga Airport and airBaltic threaten to become a major force not only in the small Baltic States but in Scandinavia, Russia and the CIS states, the Middle East and further a-field. AirBaltic already carries over 60% of all passenger traffic at Riga.
The European Parliament in mid-Jan-08 adopted a Directive to set common (and therefore, hopefully more transparent) principles for calculating airport passenger taxes, to try to prevent any abuse of a dominant position in the market by individual airports.
The European Parliament this week adopted a Directive to set common (and therefore, hopefully more transparent) principles for calculating airport passenger taxes, to try to prevent any abuse of a dominant position in the market by individual airports.