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Estonian Air to open new destination


The approaching autumn brings a new destination and more flights to Estonian Air winter traffic schedule. The winter schedule will last until the last weekend of March 2013.
From the start of the winter traffic season on 29 October 2012, Estonian Air is adding more flights to Stockholm, Vilnius, Oslo, Amsterdam, Brussels, Moscow, St Petersburg and Kiev routes.  
Estonian Air will operate the route to Copenhagen 19, to Stockholm 27, to Vilnius 25, to Oslo 13, to Amsterdam 14, to Brussels 11, to Moscow 15, to Tartu 6, to St Petersburg 19, to Kiev 6, to Trondheim 2, Jyväskylä 6, Joensuu 6, to Paris 3, to Helsinki 21 and Vienna with 4 weekly flights.  
Estonian Air will discontinue serving seasonal flights to Kajaani, Tbilisi, Hannover, Nizza and Venice. The last flight to Nizza will be operated on 29 September and to Venice on 1 September. Flights to Kajaani, Tbilisi and Hannover will be discontinued from October.   
Starting from 1 February 2013, Estonian Air will operate the new route to Gothenburg which is the second largest city in Sweden by population and the fifth-largest in the Nordic countries. Flights to Gothenburg will be operated 4 times a week on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays.  
Vibrant Gothenburg, the gateway to West Sweden, is a coastal city with a lively cultural scene, stylish shopping and a fast-growing reputation as a foodie hotbed. The city is famous for hosting some of the biggest annual and non-annual events in Scandinavia, which has nicknamed Gothenburg as "The Event City. With over 60,000 students Gothenburg University is the largest in Scandinavia.  
“The coming winter schedule offers much more flights than last winter. Our regional jet aircraft fleet is getting a new member in the beginning of next year, the 112-seater Embraer E190, which will take over the routes operated by soon replaced Boeing 737 in previous years. The new aircraft will bring us better economics than Boeing, but with improved customer comfort,” said Rauno Parras, the CCO of Estonian Air.   
Estonian Air is set to receive altogether two new Embraer E190 aircraft from leasing company GECAS during the upcoming winter season. During the fleet transition, Estonian Air will temporarily discontinue flights to London during winter traffic season. The last flight to London will be operated on 15 October 2012 and resumed in spring with better and more frequent flight schedule. The route between Tallinn and London will be operated with the new 112-seater Embraer E190.

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