Posted on: 30 September 2010 by Mark Howells
Ryanair has announced its first Estonian flights from the country’s capital Tallinn, with seven routes to Dublin, Dusseldorf Weeze, Edinburgh, London Luton, Milan Bergamo, Oslo Rygge and Stockholm Skavsta from December 2010.
Ryanair says this development will mean the airline carrying 300,000 passengers a year through Tallinn, and creating and sustaining 300 local jobs.
Ryanair’s Stephen McNamara commented, “Ryanair is pleased to announce our first seven Estonian routes which will commence in December and offer Tallinn passengers really low fares for the first time.”
Dusseldorf Weeze, Oslo Rygge and Stockholm Skavsta kickoff the services on 13 December with the Dublin route following a day later and Milan Bergamo beginning on 16 December. The two UK routes – Edinburgh and London Luton – will begin on 10 January 2011.