According to Nordic Aviation board member Erik Sakkov, the company is very pleased to offer passengers new direct routes, which will make it possible to introduce and promote Estonia more successfully as a tourist destination in Europe. “We’re also pleased to be able to use the Star Alliance platform offered by Adria Airways, which gives Estonians the opportunity to fly from Munich, an important European transit airport, to destinations all over the world using the services of Lufthansa and other partner airlines,” said Sakkov.
The schedule of the year-round direct flights from Tallinn to Munich will be become more frequent from 27 March, with two flights every day of the week.
The new year-round routes that will be opened on 27 and 29 March are Vienna and Berlin, where the airline will be flying once a day four times a week. Passengers can fly to Berlin on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, and to Vienna on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays. Flights to Berlin and Vienna will take place all year round.
As for the summer season, the airline will start flying to Paris once a day three times a week (on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays) from 27 March. The flights will take place until the end of October.
Flights to the popular holiday destinations of Nice and Split will also take place in the summer season from April to October. Flights to Nice will take place once a week on Saturdays from 16 April to 29 October, and twice a week on Tuesdays and Saturdays from 21 June to 30 August. Flights to Split will take place once a week on Sundays from 17 April to 23 October and twice a week on Wednesdays and Sundays from 22 June to 31 August.
At present Nordic Aviation flies to eight different destinations: Amsterdam, Brussels, Kiev, Munich, Oslo, Stockholm, Trondheim and Vilnius. With the new destinations included, Nordic Aviation will be offering 13 direct flights from Tallinn in the summer season.
The detailed flight schedule will soon be available on the Nordic Aviation website.