Lennart Meri Tallinn Airport
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Address: Tartu Maantee 101, 10112 Tallinn, Estonia
IATA Airport Code: TLL
ICAO Airport Code: EETN
Alias: Lennart Meri Tallinn Airport and Ülemiste Airport
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Tallinn Airport (IATA: TLL) is also known as Lennart Meri Tallinn Airport and is the largest in Estonia. It serves domestic and international flights and is in Tallinn, the country’s capital, and Harju county.
Tallinn Airport serves as a base for the national airline Nordica. Construction of the airport building began in 1932 and was inaugurated in September 1936. In 1970 a new terminal was built, and the runway was lengthened; in 1999, renovations were made to modernize the airport.
Since March 2009, this airport is known as Lennart Meri Tallinn Airport in honor of the independence movement leader and former president of Estonia.
Tallinn Airport is located 5.0 km (3.1 miles) southeast of the center of Tallinn.
You can get to and from Tallinn Airport via bus, train, tram, taxi, and car rental. The approximate travel time from the airport to Tallinn city is 6 minutes. There is a fast bus that takes 4 minutes.
You can take tram line 4, and it is the best connection between the airport and the center of Tallinn. They have an interval of 6 minutes, and the trip can last between 18 and 19 minutes. The tram runs through the 150-meter-long Ülemiste tunnel; the tram is free like all public transport for city residents.
The closest train station to the airport is Ülemiste Train Station and is 800 meters away. Gives you access to nearby Elron lines and regional rail lines.
You can take a taxi, and it is the most comfortable way to travel to and from Tallinn Airport. You can also rent a car from the major car providers.
Tallinn Airport or Lennart Meri Tallinn Airport has only one tarmac runway, which is 08/26. It is 3,840 meters long and 45 meters wide. It is a long enough runway to handle wide-body aircraft such as the Boeing 747.
This airport has a passenger terminal and four cargo terminals. The terminal building has commercial premises such as a cafeteria, restaurants, duty-free shop, telephone services, post office, free wireless internet access, and a car rental office.
It also has tourism agencies, ten check-in counters, an information desk, bathrooms, and other services. It has two bus stops, one in the Departures area and the other in the Arrivals area.
The terminal was expanded in 3 directions to accommodate 18 new doors, lounges for Schengen and non-Schengen passengers. The terminal is T-shaped and received an award from the Estonian Concrete Association called “Concrete Building of the Year 2008”.
Among the airlines that operate more frequently from Tallinn airport are:
• Aegean Airlines
• Air Lituanica
• LOT Polish Airlines
• Onur Air
• Turkish Airlines
• Pegasus Airlines
Among the most frequent destinations from this airport are: Athens, Moscow, Berlin, Paris, Riga, Vienna, Vilnius, Stockholm, London, Amsterdam Schiphol Airport , Brussels, Munich, Osolo, Nice, Edinburgh, Helsinki, Warsaw, Frankfurt, Dublin, Gerona, Manchester, Copenhagen, Malaga, Salzburg, Antalya, Bergamo, Burgas, Dubai, lighthouse, Rhodes, Tenerife, Zurich, Istanbul, Milan, Naples, Rome
The Tallinn Airport or Lennart Meri Tallinn Airport handled 3,007,644 passengers in 2018. While in 2019, it handled about 3,267,909 passengers, and by 2020 it had 863,589 passengers.
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