Lufthansa flights - Birmingham to Tallinn (BHX-TLL)

* This Price is based on Opodo search results for flights performed within the next 365 days for this airline and this route. It reflects the cheapest price per route for an adult passenger that can be found in our system

Cheapest flights departing from Birmingham - Tallinn

Klm Royal Dutch Airlines logoKlm Royal Dutch AirlinesBHX (Birmingham Intl) - TLL (Ulemiste) 1 stop £181
Lufthansa logoLufthansaBHX (Birmingham Intl) - TLL (Ulemiste) 1 stop £183
Scandinavian Airlines logoScandinavian AirlinesBHX (Birmingham Intl) - TLL (Ulemiste) 1 stop £209
Turkish Airlines logoTurkish AirlinesBHX (Birmingham Intl) - TLL (Ulemiste) 1 stop £259
airBaltic logoairBalticBHX (Birmingham Intl) - TLL (Ulemiste) 1 stop £329
Brussels Airlines logoBrussels AirlinesBHX (Birmingham Intl) - TLL (Ulemiste) 1 stop £380
Air France logoAir FranceBHX (Birmingham Intl) - TLL (Ulemiste) 2 stops £382
Aeroflot logoAeroflotBHX (Birmingham Intl) - TLL (Ulemiste) 2 stops £427

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Birmingham - Tallinn routes reviewed by our customers

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Average rating   2.0/5  
David Knighton


(14-Sep-2015)

City:Leicester
Age:51-70
Class of travel:Economy
2.0/5  
It was the flight back. The security system at Tallinn is a bit sensitive. I set off the alarm and then was subject to checks. How did I set it off? I don't know - I went throught the same process at Brussels, and passed through without problems. However, it was the flight(s) - we were 3/4 hour late leaving Tallinn, resulting in a frantic connection at Brussels, where, despite rushing, it took about 30 minutes to get from the arrival gate to the departure gate. I made it, but was almost the last one on, so I had to put my hand luggage further down the plane, meaning I was one of the last off at Birmingham. When I got out, the bus was full, so some of us had to wait on the tarmac in the rain until it came back. Then, when I went to pick up my hold luggage, it turned out that hadn't made the connection. It was eventually dropped off 36 hours after I got home, and then I found that a ceramic item I had bought in Tallinn, which I had tried to pack in the centre of the bag, had been broken. To cap it all, when I got back to the Airparks car park, they initially gave me the wrong location to pick up my car. Oddly enough, I'm going to Brussels again this week - by train!