airBaltic has today unveiled it’s winter schedule for operations out of Tallinn, which includes additional services for the Estonia region.
The first services began yesterday (October 29) and today (October 30), with more route launches on the way for the airport.
Without further ado, let’s get into it…
airBaltic Grows Tallinn Operations, Benefits Estonia Strongly…
Below is the scheduling for airBaltic operations out of Tallinn, Estonia:
|Destination served||Flight frequency||Start date|
|Tallinn – Tampere (Finland)||7 flights weekly||October 29, 2023|
|Tallinn – Tenerife (Spain)||2 flights weekly||October 30, 2023|
|Tallinn – Gran Canaria (Spain)||1 flight weekly||December 7, 2023|
|Tallinn – Geneva (Switzerland)||2 flights weekly||December 30, 2023|
Kätlin Kiiler, Area Sales Manager at airBaltic had this to say on the new scheduling:
“We are committed to providing our passengers with seamless travel experiences and improving connectivity to and from our home cities in the Baltics.”
“With the launch of the winter flight season from Tallinn, featuring four new destinations, we are excited to offer even more options to our passengers – to enjoy both warmer weather and hit the snowy slopes.”
“We are grateful for the invaluable contribution and cooperation of our partners, the Tallinn Airport, in making this possible.”
“Moreover, thanks to the growing number of passengers, we are delighted to see that our market share in Tallinn keeps increasing as well.”
Adding to this was Eero Pärgmäe, Member of the Board at the airport:
“The opening of a new route is a very happy day for the airport. Today we are celebrating the opening of four airBaltic winter routes which makes us four times happier.”
“airBaltic is an important and long-term partner of [the airport]. We are very delighted that this airline clearly emphasizes further plans to invest in [the] Airport and at the same time improve connectivity options for Estonian travelers.”
“The market share of this company in [the city] is growing, which means that our local passengers increasingly appreciate convenient opportunities to travel on the routes offered by it and high level of service.”
All eyes will be on how the services perform over the Winter.
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