Wizz Air from July 18 will increase the frequency of flights between Kyiv and Tallinn, Estonia, from four to five flights a week. This information is included in the airlines’ booking system.
Additional flights will be operated on Thursdays until October 24 inclusively, after which the frequency will return to the current four flights a week.
Wizz Air now operates flights on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays, and Sundays.
The company launched the Kyiv-Tallinn route on June 21, 2018. During the summer season, flights were performed three times a week, and during the winter navigation season, the frequency was reduced to two flights a week. Direct flights between Kyiv and Tallinn are also operated by the Estonian airline Nordica. However, unlike Wizz Air, which flies from Kyiv Sikorsky Airport (Zhuliany), Nordica performs flights from Kyiv’s Boryspil Airport. (UNIAN/Business World Magazine)