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Hamburg Airport adds Tallinn to network

Nordica Regional Jet celebrating first flight from Hamburg to Tallinn - expanded eastern European network

Hamburg Airport has welcomed Estonia’s Nordica Regional Jet among its airlines after it added Tallinn to its Baltic destinations Tuesday. The airline is offering flights from Hamburg to Tallinn on Tuesdays, Fridays and Sundays and operates a CRJ 900 on the route. “Tallinn is Estonia’s economic centre and an important destination for business travellers. The new connection to Tallinn is a good addition to our passengers’ network,” said Dr. Jörgen Kearsley, Head of Aviation Marketing at Hamburg Airport.

City trips to Estonia

Tallinn lies on Estonia’s east coast and is ideal for exciting city trips. “The modern world meets with historic surroundings in Tallinn; the vibrant cultural scene is complemented by varied nightlife,” Kearsley added. Nordica Regional Jet will fly the Hamburg to Tallinn route initially from May 16-October 4, 2017.

14 new destinations in summer schedule

Around 60 airlines fly to 130 destinations from Hamburg Airport. “Whether for city trips, beach holidays or visiting families – demand for flights is high in Hamburg and the metropolitan region,” said Michael Eggenschwiler, CEO of Hamburg Airport. A total of 14 new destinations have been added to the summer schedule from Hamburg in 2017.

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