Summer flight schedule takes passengers from Tallinn Airport to 31 destinations
The new summer schedule, which is a lot busier than the winter one, taking passengers to many destinations even more frequently than before and including new summer routes, has been launched at Tallinn Airport. New destinations are being gradually added, so it pays to take a closer look at the flight schedule when making your travel plans.
According to Eero Pärgmäe, Marketing Director of Tallinn Airport, 13 airlines will be servicing regular flights to 31 destinations this summer. “Resort towns Odessa in Ukraine and Rijeka in Croatia are mention-worthy additions to the summer schedule – there have been no direct flights from Estonia to these places since our country regained its independence,” said Pärgmäe.
Estonian airline Nordica and its partner Adria Airways will launch direct flights to Paris, Nice and Split for the summer season as well as year-round flights to Vienna and Berlin. New additions among the airline’s destinations are Edinburgh in Scotland, Odessa in Ukraine and Rijeka in Croatia.
airBaltic will launch year-round flights to Vilnius and Amsterdam, and Vueling, which launched flights to Barcelona three years ago, will start taking passengers to sunny Rome as well.
Ryanair will continue flying to Bremen, Dublin and the Girona Airport in Barcelona during the summer season. Aegean Airlines, which established a flight connection with Greece last year, will continue flying passengers from Tallinn to Athens twice a week from the end of May.
Several airlines add additional flights to their schedule for the summer season, which makes getting to destinations and catching connecting flights even more convenient than before.
Lufthansa will be flying to Frankfurt three times a day, Finnair will be flying to Helsinki seven times a day on business days and the daily number of airBaltic’s flights from Tallinn to Riga will increase to five. Nordica and its partner Adria Airways will be flying to Munich twice daily during the summer season.