The gala reception held on the evening of 5 October as part of Tallinn Enterprise Day saw the announcement of the winners of the Tallinn Enterprise Awards for 2016. The competition is designed to recognise and reward business operators and all enterprising people. Awards were presented to the most outstanding business operators in seven...Read more
At the meeting held on 27 June 2016, the supervisory board of Tallinn Airport appointed Piret Mürk-Dubout the company’s new CEO. She will start in the new position on 29 August. The employment contract with the new chief executive was entered into for five years. The chairman of the Tallinn Airport supervisory board Margus Puust said the...Read more
Tallinn Airport serviced more than 201,000 passengers in May, with the number of regular travellers growing by 2% year on year. According to Eero Pärgmäe, the director of marketing at Tallinn Airport, this year’s summer flight schedule has gotten off to quite a successful start. “Direct flights to Athens, Thessaloniki and Odessa were...Read more
Vilnius Airport received the Excellence in Airport Marketing award for aviation marketing at the international route development forum Routes Europe 2016 held in Kraków. In the under 4 million passengers category Vilnius Airport surpassed other European air gateways and was only excelled by City Airport Bremen. In the Routes Airport...Read more
Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport recently informed that in agreement with representatives of the Ministry of Interior, because of the additional security measures, the process of passenger handling will be slowed down. In the future period, security screening will be introduced at each one entrance to Terminal 1 and Terminal 2. Other entrances will...Read more
In September, Tallinn Airport announced a public procurement project for the construction work in the Tallinn air traffic area; today they will conclude the construction contract with Lemminkäinen Eesti. In accordance with the agreement, the cost of the construction will be 34.6 million euros, half of which will be covered by the Cohesion Fund...Read more
Riga International Airport is now one step closer to sustainable business practices as it has purchased four new electric baggage tractors with the view to protecting the environment and the health of airport personnel. The new baggage tugs will replace the tractors with diesel engines. The electric baggage tugs daily transport the baggage of...Read more
Chopin Airport had a record breaking February in terms of passengers this year again. More than 741 thousand people were checked-in at Chopin Airport in February. This is yet another consecutive monthly record in the history of Warsaw airport. February 2016 was the best February in the history of the airport, with a 10.1 percent increase...Read more
23 new assistant policemen have joined the North Prefecture. Employment certificates have also been issued to 11 volunteers in the first Border Guard office group, who will ensure safety at Tallinn Airport, where the majority also work on a daily basis. The Police and Border Guard Board entered into such an agreement for the first time in its...Read more
Riga International Airport has accomplished the EU Cohesion Fund co-financed project “Riga International Airport Infrastructure Development”, in the framework of which the last two years have seen significant infrastructure reconstruction works at the airport. The works have resulted in improved flight safety, better environmental conditions...Read more
Tartu Airport had a successful year in 2015, there was reached an all-time second result in the number of passengers - total pro year - 21,117 passengers. 20,708 of these passengers flew on regular flights on Helsinki - Tartu - Helsinki route. Compared to last year, the 2014, the growth of passenger numbers is 47.4%. Even more, 20,708 passengers...Read more
On 22 January, Minister of Entrepreneurship Liisa Oviir presented Estonian enterprises that were successful in the Estonian Corporate Sustainability and Responsibility Index 2015 competition with gold, silver and bronze labels. Gold Labels were awarded to Tallinn Airport, ABB AS, Eesti Energia AS, Tallinna Vesi, Swedbank AS, Manpower OÜ,...Read more
From Wednesday, 16 September, those Riga Airport passengers who travel to countries outside the Schengen Area will have access to new boarding gates and spacious lounges. In the framework of the 5th development stage of Riga Airport terminal, the first phase of construction works has been accomplished resulting in an expanded non-Schengen area,...Read more
Tallinn Airport is the fifth airport in the world where these Finnish innovative GoSleep Pods are available. Pods have already welcomed been at airports around the world, providing users with privacy and silence 24/7 in the midst of passenger traffic. GoSleep Pod is a specially designed, stylish and sleek chair for tired passengers in need of...Read more
2016 weren’t easy for airlines around the globe that continue to struggle with ways of finding pilots to fill cockpit seats. 2017 is expected to be an even more pressing year, as Boeing, Airbus and other manufacturers keep accelerating their production, while the already small pool of qualified FOs and PICs grows at a significantly slower pace....
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