Transportation from Tallinn Airport


The airport is connected to bus and tram services. Taxis and many car rental companies are also available.

Buses and trams

There are currently no trams to the airport due to construction work. Service is expected to resume towards the end of 2024.

For official information, ticket prices, timetables and the current location of buses and trams, please visit the website:

The journey time to the centre (stop "Estonia") is approximately 15 minutes.

The combined frequency of lines 2 and 15 is about 4-7 minutes.

  • The last bus from the airport to the centre - 0:02 on weekdays (line 15); 23:54 on Saturdays and Sundays (line 2)
  • First bus from Estonia stop to the airport - 5:23 weekdays; 5:42 Saturdays and Sundays

Ticket prices

Tickets are the same for all bus and tram lines in Tallinn.

You can choose from several types of fares.

  • QR-Ticket - you order at at 2 eur for 60 minutes (transferable), and a regular QR code will arrive in your email. You then scan it in a reader inside the bus or tram.
  • All-day ticket - valid for 24 hours, also available online, costs 5,50 eur, 72-hour ticket 9 eur and 120-hour ticket 11 eur

You can also buy all e-tickets at the above prices at any R-Kiosk, which is also at the airport.

Taxi, Uber, Bolt

The official taxi to Tallinn city centre will cost 10 eur and you can always pay with cash and card.

Uber or Bolt also operate in Tallinn. Prices are slightly cheaper than taxis and you will pay around 9 eur when going to the centre.

Car rental

Several large international car rental companies have a branch in the terminal. A car is the best means of transport for exploring the Estonian countryside or a trip to the seaside.

Weekly rental prices vary between 120 eur and 180 eur depending on the season.

Long-distance buses

Lux Express long-distance buses to several destinations also stop at the airport.

The cheapest way to buy tickets online in advance is on the website

  • Tartu - 1-2 times per hour, price 10 eur
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