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airBaltic launches flights between Tallinn and Paris

Starting October 28, 2014, airBaltic flies from Tallinn to Paris four times a week, with Boeing 737 aircraft. The fares on the route will start at 69 EUR, including airport fees and transaction costs.

TALLINN – airBaltic launched a new direct route linking Tallinn and Paris. The flight, which will operate four times a week, offers convenient connections between the two capitals, linking Tallinn via Paris to the rest of the world, and linking Paris to the Baltic Region and beyond through airBaltic’s connections to Scandinavia and the CIS.

Christoph Viatte, Chief Commercial Officer airBaltic: “airBaltic’s new direct flights strengthen our service with Europe’s major hubs and offer unmatched onward connections to the whole world.”

The new service from Tallinn adds to the existing Riga-Paris direct route, and strengthens airBaltic’s presence in the Baltic States.

Starting October 28, 2014, airBaltic flies from Tallinn to Paris four times a week, with Boeing 737 aircraft.

airBaltic serves over 60 destinations from its home base in Riga, Latvia. From every one of these locations, airBaltic offers convenient connections via North Hub Riga to its network spanning Europe, Scandinavia, CIS and the Middle East.

Photo caption (from the left): Laurent Orio, First Adviser, Embassy of France in Estonia, Erik Sakkov, Member of the Board, Tallinn International Airport, Janis Vanags, Vice President Corporate Communications of airBaltic, H.E. Juris Bone, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Republic of Latvia to the Republic of Estonia.

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