GALLERY: Tallinn Airport connected to tram, bus stop by enclosed gallery ({{commentsTotal}})

A 53-meter enclosed gallery connecting a public transport terminal adjacent to Tallinn Airport with the airport's passenger terminal opened to the public on Friday.

In addition, public transport routes in the airport area have changed as well, spokespeople for the airport said.

An escalator and wheelchair lift are available at the entrance of the public transport terminal to increase accessibility. Like the airport, the public transport terminal is open to the public in accordance with flight schedules. Also located on the premises are car rental offices.

Beginning Dec. 1, number 4 trams, number 2 and 65 buses and intercity Tallinn-Tartu buses will stop at Tallinn Airport's public transport terminal.

Editor: Aili Vahtla

Source: BNS



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