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airBaltic to link Tallinn to all Nordic capitals

The Latvian airline is expanding its presence in Tallinn, announcing its first destinations for summer 2019.

The Latvian airline airBaltic has announced its first routes for next year’s summer season, which include a new link between Tallinn and Copenhagen.

Three of the four new routes so far revealed for summer 2019 will be from the Estonian capital, to start from the beginning of June.

The fourth, from the Latvian capital Riga, starts from late March. Riga-Stuttgart will be a four times weekly route beginning on March 31.

airBaltic continues to expand its presence in Tallinn, this time adding new routes to Malaga (twice weekly from June 1), Copenhagen (four times weekly from June 2) and Brussels (three times weekly from June 3).

Stockholm and Oslo too
From Tallinn, airBaltic offers direct flights to Amsterdam, Berlin, London, Paris, Vienna and Vilnius as well as connections via Riga. airBaltic will also launch new direct services from Tallinn to Stockholm and Oslo this autumn.

“This year we launched three new destinations from Tallinn, to London, Stockholm and Oslo. With another three destinations added in 2019, we will serve a total of 12 direct services out of Tallinn,” said Martin Gauss, the airline’s chief executive.

airBaltic claims to offer “the best connectivity to and from the Baltic states, in addition to convenient connections via Riga to our network spanning Russia, the CIS, Europe and the Middle East”.

During the first six months of 2018, airBaltic transported exactly 1,876,839 passengers, or 20% more than in the same period last year. In June, a record-high 424,822 passengers flew with the carrier.

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