Details on Airports in Estonia
Tallinn Airport – also referred to as Lennart Meri International Airport – serves Estonia’s capital city, Tallinn. The airport was refurbished in 2008 and can be reached from Tallinn by the Tallinn-Tartu motorway, where it is signposted. The airport is served by public busses too, running from bus stops at the front of the departure and arrival halls. The Number 2 Bus runs every 30 minutes during the day, linking Tallinn Airport to the city centre. Tickets can be prepaid at a city centre kiosk and the fare to the terminal is €1.60. There is also a dedicated shuttle service from the airport to city centre destinations, and shuttles are available to meet every incoming flight; the fare is €5. Taxis are available from a stand in front of the arrivals hall.
A bank is located in the departures hall. There is also a Bureau de Change, and several ATMs in the public area of the terminal building. There is a post office located on the first floor between Departures and Arrivals. Wi-Fi and static internet access are available free of charge throughout the terminal. There is a selection of cafes, snack bars and restaurants in the departures area, including a sushi restaurant and a pub! There is a Euroshop outlet in the departure area and a separate duty-free shop. Tallinn Airport has baby changing facilities and lifts, ramps and toilets for disabled passengers.
Kärdla Airport is located about 5 miles east of the city of Kärdla, and can be reached by taxi in approximately 30 minutes. Wi-Fi internet is available in the airport free of charge. The nearest ATM machines are in the city of Kärdla: there are none in the airport terminal.
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