Estonia’s Tallinn Airport expecting to serve 3 million passengers in 2023

 Saturday, January 7, 2023 


In 2023, Estonia’s capital city airport, Tallinn Airport expects to serve three million passengers, an increase of 300,000 compared to 2022. The annual rise is predicted to occur due to the removal of COVID-19 related restrictions, which has had a negative impact on air passenger numbers in recent years.

Riivo Tuvike, Tallinn Airport’s board chair, told that, after coronavirus (COVID-19) restrictions was relaxed last spring, the number of passengers traveling through airports increased around the world. According to Tuvike, that trend is expected to continue in 2023.

“Of course, there are lot of variables and unknowns, which could affect the number of passengers, such as the new wave of the coronavirus in China and the continuing price increases,” he said. In 2022, Tallinn Airport served 2.7 million passengers 200,000 more than the target set at the beginning of the year. Nearly 64,000 passed through Estonia’s regional airports, with Kuressaare serving the highest number of passengers.

The number of passengers traveling through Tallinn Airport in December exceeded the figures for 2021, which were significantly impacted by the coronavirus, by almost a quarter.

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