Latvian airline airBaltic has announced it is launching direct flights from Tallinn to Stockholm and Oslo beginning Oct. 28.
AirBaltic is to begin flying from Tallinn to Stockholm 12 times per week, with the direct flight lasting about 55 minutes and the price of one-way tickets starting from €35, the company said.
The Latvian airline will also offer direct flights from Tallinn to Oslo twice per week, with the flight lasting approximately one hour and 45 minutes and the price of one-way tickets starting from €29.
"The increased number of direct flights as well as the decision to transfer another aircraft, a Bombardier Q400 Nextgen, to the base in Tallinn, demonstrates our great commitment to the Estonian market," airBaltic CEO Martin Gauss said.
During the 2018 summer season, airBaltic will operate direct flights from Tallinn to Amsterdam, Berlin, Paris, Vienna, Vilnius and connecting flights to Riga. On March 27, the Latvian airline will also launch direct flights to London's Gatwick Airport.
AirBaltic flew more than 362,000 passengers to and from Estonia in 2017, a 20 percent increase over 2016 numbers.
AirBaltic is legally incorporated as AS Air Baltic Corporation.
Editor: Aili Vahtla