New Estonian airline starting flights from Tallinn to Germany this summer

A Marabu plane.
A Marabu plane. Source: Marabu

New Estonian airline Marabu will start operating commercial flights from Tallinn Airport this summer after receiving an air carrier certificate and operating license from the Transport Administration.

The company will start flying regularly to Munich from May 21 and to Hamburg from June 16.

It will then be possible to catch connecting Marabu flights from Germany to Spain, Portugal, Greece, the Canary Islands, Sardinia, Ibiza, Palma and Hurghada.

The new company will initially sell its airline tickets through the German airline Condor.

At the start of the year, Marabu and Nordica signed a long-term cooperation agreement.


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