The Tallinn Airport is the largest airport in Estonia and is the home base of national airline Estonian Air. The facility is often referred to as Lennart Meri Tallinn Airport, in honor of the second president of Estonia, Lennart Meri.
To help make planning your trip as hassle free as possible, Auto Europe can help you book a rental car in Estonia with most major companies that are doing business in the Tallinn Airport, as well as in offices in downtown Tallinn. Clients are also offered special deals on chauffeur and transfer services during their time abroad.
There are a handful of travel agencies located throughout the Tallinn Airport that can help passengers purchase last minute theater tickets and tie up any other loose ends involving your trip. The primary currency exchange kiosk can be found in the Tranzit Zone. ATMs are located throughout the passenger terminal and are all easily accessed by passengers. Passengers are able to purchase newspapers, magazines, stamps, post cards and telephone cards, as well as mail parcels at the post office located inside the facility.
Any questions that should arise during your time traveling through the Tallinn Airport should be directed towards staff members working at one of the facility's information desks. These individuals will be able to provide you with specific airport information, as well as address general travel related concerns.
In addition to car rentals in Tallinn, Auto Europe is able to book hotel rooms in Tallinn and surrounding cities at discounted rates. There are a few choice hotels near the airport including: Radisson Blu Hotel Tallinn, Swissotel Tallinn, Gidic, Sokos Hotel Viru and Susi Hotel. Contact us 24/7 at 1-888-223-5555 for more information about booking a hotel in Tallinn.
Telephone: +372 605 8888
Location: TLL is located on the eastern shore of Lake Ulemiste, just a few miles from Tallinn's city center.
Tartu maantee 101
Tallinn, Harju County, 10112
IATA Code: TLL
ICAO Code: EETN
General Information: Tallin Airport is the largest airport in Estonia and serves as a hub for the national airline Nordica, as well as the secondary hub for AirBaltic and LOT Polish Airlines. It was also the home base of the now defunct national airline Estonian Air.