Tuesday October 26, 2021

Air Baltic resumes flights from Tampere, Ryanair from Nov

Published : 06 Oct 2021, 23:54

  DF Report

Photo: Finavia.

Latvian airline Air Baltic resumed flights from Tampere Airport to Riga on Tuesday after a break of one and a half years, said Finavia, the company operates country´s airports in a press release.

Meanwhile, other airlines such as Ryanair, SAS and TUI are returning to Tampere for the winter and autumn seasons.

Air Baltic will operate two weekly flights from the airport.

The flights are operated using 145-seat jet aircraft from the airline’s Airbus A220-300 fleet. Air Baltic has been flying between Tampere and Riga since 2008.

“It’s great that the important connection between Tampere and Riga is being re-established. This is also important for connecting flights. The fact that the selection of destinations at Finavia’s network airports is also gradually recovering as travel picks up is a clear sign that air traffic as a whole is recovering,” said Petri Vuori, Finavia’s Senior Vice President, Sales and Route Development.

Meanwhile, Ryanair will operate two weekly flights from Tampere to London Stansted Airport from November 2.

TUI will operate charter flights to the Canary Islands. SAS will start flying from Tampere to Stockholm in the winter season.