Estonian Air opens seasonal routes to Paris, Berlin ({{commentsTotal}})

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Estonian Air began flights to Paris. The three-times per week service is set to continue until October 25.

The service between Tallinn and Berlin will be restarted on Saturday, with flights also taking place three times per week until the end of October.

The Tallinn-Munich route has also been restored.

An air connection to Vienna, Austria, will open on April 3, and flights to Nice, France, on April 4. Next in the schedule are flights to Split, Croatia, which will begin on April 19, and Milan, Italy, on April 21.

All seasonal routes will remain open until the last week of October, with additional weekly flights scheduled between the end of June to the end of August on most of the routes.

Editor: J.M. Laats



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