Since the expansion in Estonia, airBaltic now bases two aircraft at Tallinn Airport.
Martin Gauss, Chief Executive Officer of airBaltic said “We are strongly determined for further growth, and part of airBaltic business plan is to strengthen our position as the leading Baltic airline. By operating 12 direct flights from Tallinn in 2019, we will significantly increase our presence in Estonia and continue to offer the best connectivity to our Estonian passengers.
“Going forward, we plan to further increase the number of direct flights from all three Baltic capitals. Ultimately, we aim to connect Tallinn, Riga and Vilnius with one stop to almost any destination in the world,” Gauss added.
airBaltic flies from Tallinn to Stockholm 12 times weekly. The scheduled flight time is one hour and 5 minutes. The flights to Oslo take place twice a week and the scheduled flight time is one hour and 45 minutes.
In addition, airBaltic continues to offer direct flights from Tallinn to London, Amsterdam, Berlin, Paris, Vienna and Vilnius. During first nine months of 2018 airBaltic said it had carried 12% more passengers in Estonia than during the same period last year.
airBaltic serves over 70 destinations from Riga, Tallinn and Vilnius.