Tallinn Airport launched its summer schedule, featuring direct flights to 36 destinations, on Sunday.
New routes on the 2017 summer schedule will connect the Estonian capital with Hamburg, Saint Petersburg and Gothenburg, airport operator Tallinna Lennujaam reported.
Flag carrier Nordica will operate 13 weekly fights on the Saint Petersburg route beginning May 15 and launch thrice-weekly flights to Hamburg the next day. Nordica will also offer six flights per week to Gothenburg beginning in August.
British Airways will begin flying from Tallinn to London Heathrow twice per week beginning March 28 and Russian carrier Rusline will launch twice-daily flights to Saint Petersburg on May 22.
Nine routes will be reopened for the summer season as well. At the end of March, Ryanair will resume flights to Bremen, Dublin and Girona. Nordica will relaunch its Nice and Split routes in mid-April and Odessa and Rijeka routes in mid-May. Vueling will begin flying to Barcelona at the end of June and Aegean Airlines to Athens at the end of May.
Several airlines will also increase their flight frequency for the summer season. Lufthansa will add a third daily flight to Frankfurt and Turkish Airlines will begin flying to Istanbul every day of the week. Finnair will also add to its schedule a ninth daily flight on the Tallinn-Helsinki route from September to October.
Editor: Aili Vahtla