Sunday, 25 March, will mark the transition to the summer flight schedule at Tallinn Airport. Passengers can fly altogether to 41 different destinations with regular flights from Tallinn this summer. “This is the largest number of destinations that we have ever had from Tallinn. Compared to previous year, many new destinations have been added – Constanta, Ohrid, Malta and Paphos,” said Eero Pärgmäe the Commercial Director of Tallinn Airport.
New routes and a new carrier
Several new routes and one completely new airline will be added to the schedule this season. One of the biggest European low-fare airlines, Wizzair, will start its flights to Zhuliany airport in Kiev from 21 June and to Luton airport in London from 17 September. Also, AirBaltic will start flying to London’s Gatwick airport from 27 March. Starting from 26 April, Nordica will be flying to Zhuliany airport near the city centre of Kiev three times a week; starting from 27 April, to Copenhagen 10 times a week and to the exciting summer destinations of Constanta and Ohrid. Ryanair will start with year-round flights to Malta and Paphos.
Routes, already familiar from previous years, will be re-opened also this summer season
Athens – flights up to twice a week, 12.05.2018 – 27.10.2018
Barcelona – flights twice a week, 23.06.2018 – 08.09.2018
Bremen – flights twice a week, 25.03.2018 – 26.10.2018
Dublin – flights twice a week, 25.03.2018 – 27.10.2018
Girona – flights twice a week, 25.03.2018 – 27.10.2018
Berlin – flights twice a week, 23.06.2018 – 01.09.2018
Hamburg – flights twice a week, 15.05.2018 – 07.10.2018
Odessa – flights up to 4 times a week, 12.05.2018 – 13.10.2018
Nice – flights up to twice a week, 14.04.2018 – 27.10.2018
Rijeka – flights up to twice a week, 09.06.2018 – 29.09.2018
Split – flights up to 3 times a week, 15.04.2018 – 27.10.2018
A number of airlines will be adding extra flights to their schedules during the summer season, making it even more convenient to reach the destinations and make connecting flights. Lufthansa has already added a third daily flight on its Frankfurt route in February, while a third flight will be added by Aeroflot to the Tallinn-Moscow route from 1 July, flying to Tallinn three times a day in summer. Flights will be more frequent also on several other routes – Norwegian will be flying to Oslo daily instead of 4 times a week, EasyJet to Milano 3 times a week instead of 2, Nordica will be flying to Trondheim 4 times instead of the previous 2 and to Vienna 7 times a week instead of 5. Finnair’s flight schedule has up to 10 daily flights in the summer season.
More detailed information about the summer flight schedule can be found on the Tallinn Airport website https://www.tallinn-airport.ee/en/flight-info/destinations/.