On 7 May, Vienna Airport welcomed the arrival of airBaltic’s four weekly flights from Tallinn, a sector already served by Estonian Air’s thrice-weekly flights. This is the Latvian flag carrier’s fourth route from the Estonian capital, as it already flies to Berlin Tegel, Paris CDG and Riga.
- airBaltic expanded its European offering with the addition of four new routes during the course of last week, all of which are operated by the airline’s 73-seat Q400s. The Latvian flag carrier introduced its third and fourth routes from Tallinn (TLL) to Berlin Tegel (TXL) and Vienna (VIE) on 6 and 7 May respectively, two airport pairs already served by Estonian Air’s thrice-weekly departures. In addition, airBaltic commenced two new routes to Heringsdorf (HDF) in Germany on 9 May, from Dortmund (DTM) and Frankfurt (FRA). Commenting on the route launch to Vienna, Christophe Viatte, CCO, airBaltic, said: “In cooperation with our code share partner Austrian Airlines, we can now offer travellers from Tallinn another direct link to the heart of Europe and beyond. We are delighted to be announcing our route to Vienna, improving links between the Baltic capitals and European cities, and strengthening airBaltic’s position as the carrier of the Baltic region.”
||Berlin Tegel (TXL)
||Estonian Air (3)
|Source: OAG Schedules Analyser for w/c 12 May 2015. WF = Weekly frequencies.