As of this week, flights to nine destinations and seven European countries are available from Tallinn Lennart Meri Airport. Changes from last week are the addition of Copenhagen, Oslo and Vilnius as destinations, and the temporary removal of Minsk. Last Friday, the only destinations available were two domestic routes, to Hiiumaa and Saaremaa.
Flights available from Tallinn Airport from Monday, May 25.
- Amsterdam: Finnair (one per day).
- Copenhagen: AirBaltic (three times per week).
- Frankfurt: Lufthansa (once per day).
- Helsinki: Finnair (twice per day weekdays, once on Saturdays).
- Kärdla (Hiiumaa): Transaviabaltika (daily).
- Kuressaare (Saaremaa): Transaviabaltika (daily).
- Oslo: AirBaltic (twice per week).
- Riga: Finnair (once per day).
- Vilnius: Finnair (once per day).
Belarusian national carrier Belavia was flying to Minsk until last week, but has been discontinued temporarily over concerns about the COVID-19 infection rate in that country.
Additionally, Latvian carrier AirBaltic is to start flights to Paris (Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays) from June 1, Vienna the day after that (Tuesdays, Thursdays, Sundays) and Berlin on June 4 (Thursdays, Sundays).
The airport reminds passengers to be prepared for potential health checks upon arrivals in some jurisdictions, as well as to familiarize themselves with the requirements of the airline they are traveling with, for example if they require the use of masks or other personal protective equipment (PPE).
Masks and disinfectants are on sale at the airport, it says; further restrictions include only those traveling to be permitted into the passenger terminal at all, even before check in – hellos and goodbyes will need to be done outside the terminal building.
The airport's website is here.
Editor: Andrew Whyte