TLL passenger numbers 25% less in 2009


Overall decline likely to range from 20 to 30% this year

Although in the last six months all indicators of Tallinn Airport have fallen, the decline in the number of passengers stopped at 25 percent. The decline in the number of passengers slowed in June and the fall by a third in May, year-on-year, will designate the record fall in the first half of the year. According to Rein Loik, the head of Tallinn Airport, the decline in passenger numbers has been stabilising in the last five months and has fluctuated around a decline of 25 percent. President of Estonian Air Andrus Aljas said that the overall decline will probably range from 20 to 30 percent this year.

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