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Nordica starts Tallinn trio

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Nordica starts Tallinn trio - Airports / Routes publisher
Krista Kuznecova
Country: Estonia Aircraft: Airplanes
Source: Anna Aero

Nordica commenced three services from Tallinn (TLL) between 27 and 29 March according to OAG Schedules Analyser data. The first two routes to be launched were to Paris CDG (CDG) and Vienna (VIE) on the former date.

Both 1,828- and 1,365-kiolometre sectors will face direct competition from airBaltic. Flights to the French capital will be operated by the carrier’s CRJ 900s thrice-weekly while Vienna will be served with a mix of CRJ 700s and CRJ 900s four times weekly.

The third route to be launched commenced on the latter date on the 1,043-kilometre sector to Berlin Tegel (TXL). Services to the German capital will be operated four times weekly facing incumbent carrier airBaltic which offers a thrice-weekly service. Tegel flights will be flown by the carrier’s mixed CRJ fleet.



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