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Estonian Air to serve the Moscow route with 6 weekly flights

Juhan Tere, BC, Tallinn, 12.05.2011.Print version
Estonia-based airline Estonian Air plans to increase the number of weekly flights between Tallinn and Moscow, as the company reports. The airline plans to operate six flights to the Russian capital starting from July 3, 2011, by adding flights on Sunday.

Currently Estonian Air is operating flights between Tallinn and Moscow five times a week on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays.


"We hope that the improved flight schedule will bring us more customers valuing the convenience and speed of direct flights," says Rauno Parras, Estonian Air's acting Vice President Commercial.


"Moscow Sheremetyevo airport is an important hub for travelling into CIS countries and Asia, where our partner airline Aeroflot offers very good connections," adds Parras.


Additional frequencies on the Tallinn-Moscow route from July 3 take place from Tallinn at 12.50 with arrival to the target destination at 15.30. Departure from Moscow is planned at 16.30 with arrival to Tallinn at 17.15.

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