Aiport City AS and Astlanda Ehitus OÜ signed a contract for the construction of the DHL Express´ cargo terminal at Tallinn Airport

Aiport City AS and Astlanda Ehitus OÜ have signed a major contract for the construction of the cargo terminal of DHL Express Estonia in the southern area of Tallinn Airport, which will cost nearly €10 million in total.

Teet Raudsep, CEO of Airport City, confirmed that the signed contract is an important milestone in the development of the airport city: “This is an excellent step in our development strategy. The cargo terminal of DHL Express will not only complement the airport’s service capacity, but will also bring significant added value to the overall concept of the business park of Airport City.”

The new 7,260 m2 building will be LEED Silver certified and will consist of 1,550 m2 of office space and a 5,700 m2 cargo terminal, a courier loading building and a car park with 150 parking spaces for cargo terminal staff and guests. The contractual work is scheduled to commence in spring 2024 and is planned for completion in autumn 2025.

“The construction of the DHL Express cargo terminal is an exciting challenge for our team,” said Kaupo Kolsar, CEO of Astlanda Ehitus OÜ. “We’re ready to contribute all our know-how and resources to make this project a success. I believe that in cooperation with Airport City we’ll be able to build a top-notch facility that meets the highest standards.”

The total cost of the construction of the new logistics complex is approximately €10 million and is part of a wider plan to develop the airport and the business park of Airport City. Design work has already started and the complex is expected to be completed by the end of 2025.

Airport City is the airport’s business park, which acts as a gateway to international business. AS Airport City develops and manages all commercial space and new developments at Tallinn Airport in various districts around the Tallinn Airport runway and outside Tallinn regional airports. The main focus of AS Airport City in the coming years will be on developments on the southern and eastern side of Tallinn Airport, which will create a modern environment while taking into account the needs of partners and the desire to be close to the runway. The development is based on the principles of sustainability and sustainable development, which will also be an important criterion for the selection of partners, taking into account their values and their actions to reduce their environmental impact.

Additional information:
AS Airport City – Margot Holts, 522 4134,
Astlanda Ehitus OÜ – Kaupo Kolsar, 6 988 000,