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SAS Will Fill Service Gap Left by Estonian Air Closure

SAS has announced that it will start flying to Tallinn from Stockholm, Oslo, and Copenhagen starting next week, on the wake of Estonian Air’s closure.

The airline will offer three daily flights between the cities, to ensure that Scandinavian travellers continue to have good connections to Estonia, and that Estonian travelers have 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 has announced the following flight plans:
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 will start next week, and more information on start dates and departure times will be published soon.

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