• Serving Tallinn / Estonia
    Lennart Meri Tallinn Airport
  • Tallinn Airport Airline Information

    Lennart Meri Tallinn Airport: Lennujaama tee 12, Lennujaama tee 12, 11101 Tallinn, Estonia

As the largest airport in Estonia, Lennart Meri Tallinn Airport is the main hub for Estonian Airlines. The national airline of Estonia connects the country’s capital city with other major international destinations. Offering trips to Moscow Sheremetyevo International Airport, Estonian Airlines connects Tallinn with the second busiest airport in the Russian Federation. Pulkovo Airport in St. Petersburg is another major Russian destination offered by the Estonian flag carrier.

Estonian Airlines connects Lennart Meri Tallinn Airport with all of the busiest airports in the neighboring Scandinavian countries of Denmark, Norway, and Sweden. Copenhagen Airport, Oslo Gardermoen Airport, and Stockholm Arlanda Airport are listed on the Estonian Airlines schedule. Offering flights to Vilnius, Estonian Airlines also operates convenient trips to the largest city in Lithuania, which is of course Estonia’s good Baltic neighbor. Amsterdam, Brussels, Nice, and Paris are major European destinations offered by Estonian Airlines at Lennart Meri Tallinn Airport.

Lennart Meri Tallinn Airport is well served by major airlines from neighboring countries. Russia’s national airline Aeroflot connects Estonia’s capital with Moscow Sheremetyevo International Airport. Another way to fly to Moscow via a Russian airline is to board UTair Aviation flights to Vnukovo International Airport.

Estonia’s capital is also well connected to the capital city in the neighboring Baltic country of Latvia thanks to airBaltic. The Latvian flag carrier offers direct flights between Lennart Meri Tallinn Airport and Riga International Airport.

Based in Oslo, Norwegian Air Shuttle invites Tallinn’s passengers to come and visit Norway’s capital. Finnair connects Estonia’s largest city with Helsinki, the capital of Finland. Flybe Nordic offers direct flights to Stockholm Bromma Airport, the secondary airport in Sweden’s capital city. Flybe Nordic is partially owned by Finnair. The English low cost airline Flybe is the other owner of this regional Scandinavian service.

Lennart Meri Tallinn Airport is well connected to London thanks to two major airlines. The British airline EasyJet offers trips to London Garwick Airport, which has the second busiest status in England’s capital city. The Irish airline company Ryanair offers low cost flights to London Luton Airport. This major low cost European carrier also offers service to Milan, Italy and the Moss/Oslo area in Norway.

Other major European airlines serving Lennart Meri Tallinn Airport include Lufthansa and LOT Polish Airlines. The German flag carrier takes customers to Frankfurt and the Polish flag carrier transports passengers to Warsaw.

All airline operations at Lennart Meri Tallinn Airport take place in the main terminal building. The ticket counters and check-in desks are located on the first floor.