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Bus Route 2 connects the airport to the city centre from Bus Stop 1, located in front of the departure hall; tickets can be bought from the bus driver for EUR 2. Bus Stop 2 is a stopping point for intercity buses to other destinations in Estonia. There is a tram line that connects the airport to the city centre as well.
Car rental agencies operating at the airport include Avis, Budget, Hertz, Sixt, NU and Europcar.
The airport is small, but ultra-modern. Three banks operate at the airport providing ATMs, currency exchange, and cashing of travellers cheques. There is a post office in the departure hall, a large duty-free shop, a bar and snack bar, library, post office, luggage wrapping and storage, travel agencies, and two well-equipped business lounges.
Three parking areas are available at the airport. Lot A3 in front of the passenger terminal is a kiss-and-fly zone and is free for the first 15 minutes. Short-term parking in Lot A is about EUR 3 for the first hour, and about EUR 1 per 30 minutes thereafter, up to EUR 15 for 24 hours. Lot A2 has long-term rates of about EUR 10 for the first day and about EUR 4 per day thereafter.