Latvian airline company AirBaltic will start to fly from Tallinn to Paris, Berlin, and Vienna from June, the company says.
Flights from Tallinn to Paris will start on June 1 and to Vienna from June 2, with three flights per week in both cases. Flight to Berlin will start on June 4, and twice a week, Communication Manager at Tallinn Airport Jane Gridassov announced.
From May 25, people can fly from Tallinn to Vilnius, seven times a week.
From Monday, May 18, AirBaltic started flying its Tallinn-Amsterdam and Tallinn-Riga routes. On Wednesday, May 20, the Tallinn-Copenhagen and Tallinn-Oslo routes were added.
In addition, it is still possible to fly with German carrier Lufthansa to Frankfurt, with Finnair to Helsinki and with Transaviabaltika to Kärdla (Hiiumaa) and Kuressaare (Saaremaa) from Tallinn Airport.
Until May 23, it is possible to fly with Belarusian national airline Belavia, to Minsk.
Starting from the beginning of May, Hungarian airline company Wizzair will restore its connection from Tallinn to Kyiv. In July, it will open the Tallinn-Vienna route. At the end of April, the airline announced that it would start flying three times a week on the Tallinn-Lviv (Ukraine) and Tallinn-Kharkiv (Ukraine) routes, on July 2.
Before the coronavirus crisis, 36 destinations were available from Tallinn, including seasonal lines. At the peak of the crisis, well over 90 percent of flights were out of operation.
Editor: Roberta Vaino