Low-cost carrier Ryanair has decided to close seven routes from Tallinn at the end of March – Paris, France; Billund, Denmark; Dublin, Ireland; Malta; Naples, Italy; Nuremberg, Germany; and Paphos, Cyprus.
The airline will continue to serve eight destinations from the capital of Estonia: London, the UK; Milan, Italy; Stockholm, Sweden; Barcelona, Spain; Vienna, Austria; Berlin, Germany; Rome, Italy; and Venice Treviso, Italy.
Of the services to be closed by Ryanair, also Air Baltic flies to Paris. Regarding other routes, Tallinn Airport will be negotiating with various airlines that might be interested in serving these routes.
In the summer 2023 season, there will be direct flights from Tallinn Airport to nearly 50 destinations, operated by 15 airlines.
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