MEL - TLL
$857 - $1,710
-5 - 17 °C
34 - 83 mm
High demand for flights, 40% potential price rise
Best time to find cheap flights, 17% potential price drop
Average for round-trip flights in January 2022
From Melbourne to Tallinn Ulemiste
Flights from Melbourne Airport to Tallinn are generally found to be more expensive on Friday. This shouldn't discourage you from searching, as you can still find great deals by being flexible with your options. Use our search form to find deals on tickets to Tallinn.
Flights from Melbourne Airport to Tallinn lean towards being more expensive in December. Prices are generally better when you fly from Melbourne Airport to Tallinn in May, with the cheapest ticket starting at $870.
A simple way to save on the total cost of your ticket is to fly from Melbourne Airport to Tallinn in the afternoon. If you’re flexible enough to do this you can expect to save up to 43% on your trip compared to booking a flight in the morning.
Most people fly into Tallinn Ulemiste (TLL) if they book a flight to Tallinn from Melbourne. On average, Ulemiste has 0 inbound flights from Melbourne per day from 4 airlines. Tallinn Ulemiste is conveniently located just 3.4 km from Tallinn’s city centre.
Due to the rapidly changing circumstances due to COVID-19, airlines like Finnair, KLM, and Etihad Airways flying from Melbourne to Tallinn Ulemiste have implemented new flexible cancellation policies.
The Melbourne to Tallinn Ulemiste flight path was viewed by 182 users in the past month. Keep an eye out for changes in search interest prior to high and low season.
Air France, Finnair and Etihad Airways are the most popular airlines when flying from Melbourne Airport to Tallinn.
Looking at all options, your cheapest flight can be booked for $704. While the most popular route (Melbourne - Tallinn Ulemiste) can be booked for $1,352 on average our data indicates $1,048 when flying from Melbourne Airport to Tallinn.
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