Estonian Air to extend Tallinn-Berlin flight period

31.07.2014

Berlin route has been very well received by the customers, and therefore Estonian Air has decided to extend the flight period between Tallinn and Berlin up to 1 November 2014.

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“Estonians are highly interested in traveling to Germany, and the results of the flights between Tallinn and Berlin, which were initially opened for the summer period, have been surprisingly positive. Therefore we decided to meet the demand and extend the Berlin flight period until the beginning of November 2014. Additional flights between Berlin and Tallinn are operated during the period 02.09. – 01.11.2014 three times a week on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays,” said Indrek Randveer, Member of the Board and Chief Commercial Officer at Estonian Air.

Berlin is known as an original mecca of architecture, fashion and design which is bursting with new ideas where one can find top-notch restaurants, outstanding collections of museums, excellent currywurst and fast-paced nightlife. People visiting Berlin this autumn can enjoy Berlin Art Week 2014 and Berlin Music Week. On 27 October 2014, Kylie Minogue, who has sold over 70 million records and won many prestigious awards, will perform in Berlin.

One-way fares from Tallinn to Berlin start from 69.90 EUR, and from Berlin to Tallinn from 91.31 EUR, if purchased from www.estonian-air.com. Fares include all fees and taxes, and are subject to availability.

For tickets and more information please visit our website www.estonian-air.com, contact Estonian Air Customer Support at +372 6401 160, or your travel agency.

Estonian Air is aiming to provide Estonia with reliable and regular double daily connections to destinations of strategic importance and of substantial demand. Being a small country on the periphery of Europe, Estonia depends on such connections, and Estonian Air is committed to provide these services.

In addition to direct flights, Estonian Air is providing more than 280 destinations around the world together with partner airlines with minimum connecting time.  For instance, Stockholm, Copenhagen and Amsterdam airports act as important hubs for connecting flights around the whole world.

Estonian Air, Estonia’s national carrier, is the biggest operator at Tallinn Airport. The airline flies regular routes to Stockholm, Copenhagen, Amsterdam, Brussels, Oslo, Moscow, Munich, St Petersburg, Kiev, Vilnius and Trondheim. In addition, from May to September, Estonian Air flies to Nice and Split, from June to August to Paris and from June to the beginning of November to Berlin. From December 2014 to March 2015, Estonian Air will add seasonal flights to Munich.