On 19 April 2015, Estonian Air will resume flights on Tallinn-Split route, which has been popular among Estonians already in previous seasons.
Split is the biggest and also the oldest city on the Adriatic coast. Believed to be 1700 years old, Split is important city centre and beacon of luxury holidays. Split is attracting visitors with a large number of absorbing cultural sights, Diocletian’s Palace being the most famous. After visiting museums you can relax at family restaurants, bars and coffee shops. It is also worth visiting Adriatic islands and inland to discover the rest of the amazing landmarks of Croatia, and Krka National Park, which is known for its beautiful waterfalls and nature.
Estonian Air flights to Split are operated once a week on Sundays. From 24 June until 26 August flights are operated twice a week on Wednesdays and Sundays. Starting from 30 August flights are operated once a week on Sundays. The route will be operated until 25 October 2015.
On 21 April 2015, Estonian Air will launch a route between Tallinn and Milan.
Milan, hosting the World Exhibition Expo this year, is the largest city in northern Italy and one of the most stylish cities in the world. A number of interesting and wonderful masterpieces exceeding all expectations and hopes can be found here. Milan is also the capital of fashion. After getting dizzy from shopping it’s time to visit local restaurants to taste best flavours in Milan way.
Estonian Air flights to Milan are operated twice a week on Tuesdays and Sundays. The route will be operated until 25 October 2015.