Estonian Air is asking its customers to take more time to get to Tallinn Airport on 8 March
Estonian Air informs its passengers that the transport workers strike on 8 March 2011 will bring severe disruption in tram, trolley bus and bus services in the city of Tallinn. This might also affect the public bus line no 2 schedule serving the city centre and Tallinn airport. The industrial action could also result in long queues for taxis.
Passengers should take this into consideration and to take more time when travelling to and from the airport.
The bus no 90K, serving the route between the airport, central bus station, port of Tallinn and hotels around the city, operates on 8 March as per schedule. The bus route operated by Hansabuss in cooperation with Tallinn Airport and Estonian Air was launched in May 2011.
For more information please view the schedule here.
AS Estonian Air, Estonia’s national carrier, is the biggest operator at Tallinn Airport. Estonian Air focuses on improving the connection between Estonia and the rest of the world with the aim of increasing competitiveness as a network carrier hub.
Estonian Air flies to 24 destinations in CIS, Scandinavia and Europe. The airline has added new destinations to its flight schedule, such as Helsinki, Riga, Jyväskylä, Hannover, Vienna, Venice, Joensuu, Kajaani and Tbilisi.
The ticket prices start at 39.9 euros, if purchased from www.estonian-air.com, including all fees and taxes, baggage, snacks and soft drinks on longer flights and soft drinks on flights that last less than 1 hour.
Estonian Air is the National Partner of the 2012 IIHF Ice Hockey World Championship in Finland.
For further information on Estonian Air:
Ilona Eskelinen, PR Director
AS Estonian Air
Lennujaama tee 13
11101 Tallinn, Estonia
Phone: +372 6401 178