Airlink Estonia, SLL or Saartelennuliinid are three different names for the Estonian domestic airline.
Passengers flying with Airlink Estonia can fly with checked baggage, carry-on baggage, additional baggage and infant baggage.
One item of carry-on baggage is permitted and may weigh up to 5 kg. The dimensions should not exceed 45 x 35 x 20 cm. In addition, passengers may carry one personal item such as handbag, umbrella and items purchased from the airport shops. Laptop computers, cameras, video cameras and other valuables should be taken to the aircraft cabin as hand baggage.
On Airlink Estonia flights, each Passenger is entitled to 15kg of checked baggage free of charge. You cannot have any one item of baggage weighing more than 32kg.
Excess baggage will cost €3 EUR for each additional kg one way.
For children up to 24 months old (without a right for a separate seat) flying with Airlink Estonia (Saartelennuliinid) the maximum weight for baggage is 10kg.
There is no separate classes on Airlink Estonia flights, instead the seating is standard yet enjoyable. Staff will cater to passengers needs and wants throughout the flight.
Seats are standard for airlines using the same aircraft, and passengers will have ample leg room and comfortable seats.
Airjet passengers must check in at the airport since the airline doesn't offer online check in.
The airline does not provide online check it, so passengers will need to ensure they arrive at the airport with plenty of time to spare.
In Tallinn, Kuressaare and Kärdla airports check-in opens one hour before the departure. In Tallinn and Kuressaare, check-in closes 30 minutes before departure. At Kärdla airport, check-in closes 20 minutes prior to departure.
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Tallinn Airport is the largest international airport in Estonia and is a hub for many renowned airlines. The airport is situated on the shore of Lake Ulmiste. The airport has one runway. The future plans of Tallinn Airport include expanding the runway by 600–700 metres to serve regular long-haul flights, which open the doors for airlines like Saartelennuliinid. Other airlines that operate out of the airport include airBaltic, Nordica, NyxAir, Scandinavian Airlines and Turkish Airlines.