The main airport for flights to Tallinn is Lennujaam International Airport (TLL). The airport is two miles south east of central Tallinn. It has excellent facilities and a wide variety of services to meet the demands of customers.
Information Service in the Departure hall is opened according to the flight time 2 hours before the first flight and closes after the last flight arrival.
Pricing information is available on the airlines and travel agencies. Tallinn Airport does not have to distribute that information.
The winter holidays, though cold, is another popular time to book flights to Tallinn for its many festivals held throughout the month of December. Because of its cold winters, cheap flights to Tallinn tend to be most abundant between December and March, when visitors shy away from the city covered with snow.
As the direct buses, express buses from the south of Estonia use the airport as a point of delivery. The city center is 10 minutes from the airport.
The airport receives both domestic and international flights and is located on the eastern shore of Lake Ulemiste four kilometers from the city center.
The airport serves the city of Tallinn, the capital and largest city in Estonia, with more than 400,000 inhabitants. It offers domestic flights to different cities of Estonia and international flights that connect major tourist destinations and European cities.
Lennart Meri Tallinn Airport is a short distance from Tallin, the capital of Estonia. Access to the city center from the airport can be by bus, taxi or hire car. As the direct buses, express buses from the south of Estonia use the airport as a point of delivery. The city center is 10 minutes from the airport.
A time series of dedicated minibuses to coincide their trips with the arrival of flights, and take passengers to downtown.
In the last ten years the city has seen a big increase in tourism due to the arrival of low cost flights, which has led to many improvements in Tallinn, so it is a safe and easy to navigate.