airBaltic has expanded its operations in Tallinn by launching three new routes to Malaga, Copenhagen and Brussels. Pictured above is an exceptional buttercream cake embellished with berries to celebrate the Tallinn to Copenhagen route on 2 June.
- airBaltic launched services from Tallinn (TLL) to Malaga (AGP) on 01 June as part of its route development expansion into Europe. The 3,281 kilometre-sector distance will operate twice daily between both cities on an A220 aircraft. In addition to this route Copenhagen (CPH) was also introduced on 02 June from the Estonian city. According to OAG Schedules Analyser the 837 kilometre-sector will utilise a fleet of A320 and Q400 aircraft to operate the six times weekly service. The last of the routes from airBaltic was launched on 03 June also from Tallinn to the Belgian government capital of Brussels (BRU). The three-times weekly service will utilise an A220 to cover the 1,580 kilometre-sector. Chief Executive Officer of airBaltic Martin Gauss says: “We are delighted to add Malaga, Brussels and Copenhagen to our destination map from Tallinn. Now airBaltic offers a total of 12 direct services out of Tallinn and is the largest carrier in Estonia. airBaltic offers the best connectivity to and from the Baltic states in addition to convenient connections via Riga to our network spanning Russia, CIS, Europe and the Middle East.” No other carriers currently link Tallinn to the three destinations airBaltic has launched so far in June.