NAG to launch direct flights to Berlin, Vienna and Paris ({{commentsTotal}})

Adria Airways aircraft in Tallinn Airport Source: (Siim Lõvi /ERR)

National airline Nordic Aviation Group (NAG) plans to introduce direct flights from Tallinn to Berlin, Vienna and Paris in cooperation with Adria Airways.

The company will launch year-round direct flights to Berlin and Vienna from the end of March and plans to add more departures to its year-round Munich line.

Flights to Berlin will depart from Tallinn Airport on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, and flights to Vienna on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays.

Summer season will see the addition of direct flights to Paris, to complement the existing destinations of Nice and Split.

Member of the board of Nordic Aviation Erik Sakkov said that Adria Airways' Star Alliance platform gives Estonian travelers the chance to catch connecting flights from Munich to destinations all over the world.

Nordic Aviation currently services a total of eight destinations: Amsterdam, Brussels, Kiev, Munich, Oslo, Stockholm, Trondheim and Vilnius, that will grow to 13 direct destinations in summer.



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