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Estonian Air Sharply Reduces the Flights To Russia
10.01.2013 10:44
Estonian Air Sharply Reduces the Flights To Russia

The principal air carrier of Estonia has sharply reduced the frequency of flights to Russia, in response to the spend on the abnormal increase in flights in the last year. 

      Contrary to what could be expected, this move is not anti-Russian. In 2012 Estonian Air increased both the number of routes and flight frequency that led to unexpected losses. Now the company has changed its strategy in a bid to reduce the losses. 

      With Russian flights this means a three time decrease in the number of flights to Tallinn from Moscow and St. Petersburg. There remains a daily flight from Moscow, while flights to St. Petersburg have been reduced to 4-5 per week. However, there is the expectation that by summer 2013 the frequency will rise slightly, to 9-10 flights per week on all Russian routes. 

Author: Julia Shuvalova

Tags: Russian tourism Russia-Estonia    

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