Russian Airline to Begin Flights From Estonia ({{commentsTotal}})

Sharm el-Sheikh Source: Photo: Postimees/Scanpix

Russian-based Metrojet airline is planning to begin flights from Tallinn to two destinations in Egypt next month, with other possible destinations to follow.

Oksana Golovina, a founder of the airline, told on Friday that they will begin flying to the popular Egyptian resort destinations of Hurghada and Sharm el-Sheikh in October, and could start flying to Spain this winter.

Golovina said the company will initially bring one aircraft to Estonia and will decide the next steps in a few months.

Metrojet, formerly known as Kolavia, currently operates ten aircraft and flies from Moscow.

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