Nordica cancels all Tallinn-Brussels flights through mid-April ({{commentsTotal}})

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Due to continuing restrictions at Brussels Airport after attacks on March 22, Nordica has canceled all flights between Tallinn and Brussels through April 15.

Travelers who have purchased tickets for either Nordica or Adria Airways’ Brussels route for this time period have the option to either be refunded for their tickets or to reschedule their flight for free. Ticket-holders also have the option of being rerouted to Berlin, Paris or Amsterdam instead.

Travelers who have purchased tickets through Nordica with layovers in Brussels through April 15 will be given the option to either be rerouted through another city or be refunded for their tickets.

Editor: Editor: Aili Sarapik



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