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Finnair: new flight from Helsinki to Tartu


Finnish airline Finnair opened a new route Helsinki-Tartu-Helsinki. Flights in both directions are performed every day except Saturday, the estimated duration of the flight — 45 minutes.

As representatives of airline, in this new domestic route will operate the ATR-72, and operator can act as a carrier Flybe Finland.

Also the flag carrier Finnair reports on adjustments of existing routes, which will increase the number of convenient transit flights for passengers from Europe.

the Useful information: the city of Tartu — this is a very interesting and picturesque town located on the banks of the river emajõgi. Tartu is one of the oldest European universities, Tartu University, 20 different museums, there are interesting theatres, parks, historic sites, the many colorful restaurants and coffee shops.

Near the town there is a beautiful Alatskivi castle, the Observatory and the Church of the old believers (on lake Peipus).

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Date of publication: 23.03.2015

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