St. Petersburg welcomed the arrival of Nordica and its new service from Tallinn on 15 May. Seen cutting the route launch cake are Sven Kukemelk, Executive Director, Business Development, Nordica and Vladimir Yakushev, CEO of St. Petersburg Airport. The 307-kilometre route will be flown by the carrier 13 times weekly.
- Nordica commenced flights to St. Petersburg (LED) on 15 May, connecting the Russian city to Tallinn (TLL) in Estonia with 13 weekly flights. The 307-kilometre route will be served by the airline on CRJ 900s operated by LOT Polish Airlines. While no direct competition is on the route at present, from 22 May RusLine will begin operating this city pairing, with it also planning to operate 13 weekly flights according to OAG schedules. The next destination that will join Nordica’s network is Gothenburg, with it planning to begin flights between Tallinn and the Swedish city from 28 August. See how St. Petersburg Airport’s FTWA compares to others from around the world.