Starting from 5 September 2011, Estonian Air will operate direct flights between Tallinn and Trondheim. The flight schedule enables to offer convenient connections for business and leisure travelers to and from Norwegian third biggest town.
“”My Estonian Air” was launched in early June to allow our customers to influence on Estonian Air’s future strategy and network. Very many of them stressed the importance of increasing the number of direct air links to Scandinavian cities,” explained the background of adding the new destination Rauno Parras, Vice President Commercial of Estonian Air.
“The project "My Estonian Air" allows our customers, partners and employees to shape, among other things, our services and brand development. This can be done on our website or through our social media channels,” added Parras.
Trondheim, which used to be the nation's first capital, was founded by Viking King Olav Tryggvason in AD 997. The city is a regionally important centre for culture, industry and commerce, and an important education and research centre.
Estonian Air flights to Trondheim will be operated five times a week: on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, Fridays and Sundays.
Monday, Thursday, Friday OV431
Tuesday, Sunday OV431
Monday, Thursday, Friday OV432
Tuesday, Sunday OV432
The Trondheim-Tallinn route creates good connecting flights for travelers from Scandinavia to Russia, Ukraine and Lithuania.
Tallinn-Trondheim route creates good connections via Trondheim to Bronnoysund, Mosjoen, Bodo, Namsos and Rorvik.
One-way introductory fares to Trondheim, from the Estonian Air homepage, start from 59 EUR, including all taxes.
For more information please visit our website www.estonian-air.com, contact Estonian Air Customer Service +372 6401 162 (from abroad), 16 101 (in Estonia), or contact your travel agency.