Last month Tallinn Airport serviced over 316,000 passengers, up by 11% YoY.
October can be characterized by active commercial traffic as well as fall break-related travel, Tallinn Airport CCO Eero Pargmae said in a press release.
“The most popular destinations were Berlin, Stockholm, Frankfurt, Riga and Warsaw,” he highlighted. “Of charter destinations, the most flights were to Antalya, and destinations in Greece and Egypt remain popular among Estonians.”
Last month passengers could fly from Tallinn to 33 regular and 27 charter destinations.
The biggest carrier, airBaltic, serviced 21% of October travelers, followed by LOT Polish Airlines/Nordica with 12% and Ryanair with 10% of travelers. Low-cost airlines serviced 21% of travelers that month.
Compared with last year, the airline added 2% more seats to regular flights, while the number of passengers increased by 12%, indicating that average occupancy increased to 76%, up from last year’s 69%. (ERR/Business World Magazine)