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Press Releases & News

| Press releases
The Estonian airline Estonian Air has launched a new flight service between Tallinn and Vienna. The new connection from the Estonian capital city was celebrated in the context of a press reception on the occasion of today’s inaugural flight. The new flight connection was officially inaugurated in the presence of Indrek Randveer, CCO Estonian Air, Tarmo Mutso, Director of the Estonian Tourist Board, Eve-Külli Kala, Ambassador of the Republic of Estonia to Austria, and Belina Neumann, Head of Aviation Marketing of Flughafen Wien AG.
A Bombardier CRJ 900 will depart from Tallinn at 7 a.m. every Wednesday, Friday and Sunday and land in Vienna at 8:20 a.m. The return flight will leave Vienna at 9:20 a.m. and land in Tallinn at 12:35.
Tallinn: UNESCO World Cultural Heritage site with a multifaceted artistic and cultural offering
Estonian Air headquartered in Tallinn and founded in 1991 is the largest carrier at Tallinn Airport, and operates a total of seven Embraer 170 and Bombardier CRJ900 aircrafts. In 2014 Estonian Air transported a total of 553,147 passengers. The Estonian capital city of Tallinn is one of the most interesting destinations in the entire region. The former European Capital of Culture offers numerous attractions in the field of art and culture, a large number of music events, different exhibitions and many other cultural highlights. Tallinn is also well-known for its historical tradition as a center for maritime trade, as shown by numerous historical buildings and a beautiful old town. Since 1997 Tallinn has been listed as a UNESCO World Cultural Heritage site. 

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