Tallinn Airport’s official name is Lennart Meri Tallinn International. It’s the largest airport in Estonia, serving more than 1.3 million international and domestic passengers every year. Although it’s small, it has a reputation for being efficient and modern, with all the diversions you could want, ranging from sushi restaurants to free Wi-Fi.
Direct flights to Tallinn Airport are available from a few major airports, including London, Prague, Frankfurt, Oslo and Copenhagen. Other destinations are available seasonally, such as Barcelona, Paris, Madrid and Corfu. Connections in Estonia are rare, so most people who fly to Tallinn are there to enjoy the Old Town, or experience the beauty of the Baltic Coast and Estonian countryside.