New routes to open up Tallinn a little more

Estonian Air to fly to Stockholm Bromma from Sept 29

Estonian Air says it will take over a slot vacated by Flybe and start flying from September 29 to Stockholm Bromma airport, around eight kilometres from the Swedish capital. The flights will take place twice each weekday.

Estonian Air currently flies to Stockholm Arlanda 23 times a week. Media sources report that introductory fares on the route will cost about half of those to Arlanda.

Meanwhile, fast-growing Eastern European low-cost carrier Wizz Air is reported to be considering adding Tallinn to its network. It already has a sizeable presence in the other two Baltic capitals, Riga (where it has a base and 25 flights a week on eight routes) and Vilnius.


[photo courtesy Tallinn Tourism]


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