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SAS launches flights to Tallinn

SAS will begin flying to Tallinn from Stockholm, Oslo, and Copenhagen from next week.

Following Estonian Air’s announcement that they cease their operations, SAS has reacted and will begin flying between the three Scandinavian capitals and Tallinn. This means daily flights between the cities, ensuring that travelers in Scandinavia have continued good flight connections to Estonia. Thanks to SAS’s new direct routes Estonian travelers easily get access to Scandinavia and the rest of the world.

“Tallinn is a destination with a high proportion of frequent travelers and is also a popular holiday getaway. We therefore decided to act quickly, as Tallinn is a large and important destination in our region. Scandinavia also occupies a geographically advantageous location for shuttle services to and from Estonia,” says Eivind Roald, Executive Vice President Commercial at SAS.

 

SAS plans to fly:

Stockholm – Tallinn: 4 times per day in each direction

Copenhagen – Tallinn: 3 times per day in each direction

Oslo – Tallinn: 1 flight per day in each direction

Most of the new departures start next week. More information about start dates and departure times will be announced soon.