Estonian government to liberalize air travel with Ukraine

The Estonian government will lift the air travel restrictions that it had with Ukraine.

According to the Estonian daily, Postimees, and with reference to the website of the Estonian government, this issue was discussed at a meeting on Thursday.

An agreement on the organization of air transportation between the two countries was signed in 1993.

Estonian airline Nordica, in cooperation with Adria Airways, will operate direct return flights from Tallinn to Odessa starting from the 27th of May 2016. These weekly flights will occur every Saturday with departure from Lennart Meri Tallinn Airport at 3:30 pm and departure from Odessa International Airport at 6:20 pm.

These flights will also operate every Wednesday between the 22nd of June and the 24th of August.

In addition to this, Adria Airways will provide flights from Kiev to Tallinn.

At the end of November last year, the Commission of Estonian Civil Aviation Administration gave permission to Ukraine International Airlines to operate regular flights from Kiev to Tallinn.


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