Sunday 26 March will mark the transition to the summer flight schedule at Tallinn Airport, which this year will give passengers the choice of 36 destinations.
New routes will see direct flights to Hamburg in Germany, St Petersburg in Russia and Gothenburg in Sweden. Starting from 15 May, Nordica will be flying to St Petersburg 13 times a week, while the airline’s flights to Hamburg will be launched the very next day and take place three times per week. It will also be operating flights to Gothenburg six times per week starting in August. Russian airline Rusline will be launching its own St Petersburg route on 22 May, with twice-daily flights. A new airline flying to Tallinn is the UK’s national carrier British Airways, which will fly between the Estonian capital and Heathrow twice a week from 28 March.
A number of routes that were served last year will be re-opened in time for the peak season:
Ryanair Bremen 27 March
Ryanair Dublin 29 March
Ryanair Girona 28 March
Nordica Nice 15 April
Nordica Odessa 13 May
Nordica Rijeka 13 May
Nordica Split 16 April
Vueling Barcelona 24 June
Aegean Airlines Athens 27 May
A number of airlines will be adding extra flights to their schedules during the summer season, making it even more convenient to reach their destinations and make connecting flights. Lufthansa will be adding a third daily flight on its Frankfurt route, while two extra flights are to be added by Turkish Airlines, which will be flying to Istanbul every day in summer. There will be additional flights on other routes as well, including a ninth daily flight with Finnair in September and October.
More detailed information about flights can be found on the Tallinn Airport website https://www.tallinn-airport.ee/en/flight-info/destinations/.