"By adding London to our Estonian direct flight network, we are showing how important the Estonian market and the people living here are to us. Next summer we will offer at least seven direct flight opportunities from the capital of Estonia, thus ensuring the best connection in the Baltics with the countries of Europe, Scandinavia, CIS and Middle East through direct and connecting flights," airBaltic boss Martin Gauss said in a press release December 19.
The flight between Tallinn and London will last at least three hours. The cost of a one-way ticket, which includes both airport taxes and other services fees, starts at €29.
airBaltic offers direct flights from Riga, Tallinn and Vilnius to more than 60 destinations in Europe, Scandinavia and CIS and Middle East countries. The company was founded in 1995 and its main shareholder is the state of Latvia, which owns 80.05 percent of the share portfolio.