Estonian Air publishes winter schedule

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Estonian Air has published details of its upcoming winter schedule, which will start on 29 October 2012 and run through to the last weekend of March 2013.

The schedule will see the airline increase frequencies to: Copenhagen (19 weekly flights); Stockholm (27 weekly flights); Vilnius (25 weekly flights); Oslo (13 weekly flights); Amsterdam (14 weekly flights); Brussels (11 weekly flights); Moscow (15 weekly flights); and Tartu (six weekly flights).

It will also add extra flights to St Petersburg (19 weekly flights); Kiev (six weekly flights); Trondheim (two weekly flights); Jyväskylä (six weekly flights); Joensuu (six weekly flights); Paris (three weekly flights); Helsinki (21 weekly flights); and Vienna (four weekly flights).

The airline will also discontinue serving seasonal flights to Kajaani, Tbilisi, Hannover, Nizza and Venice, with the last flight to Nizza being operated on 29 September and to Venice on 1 September. Flights to Kajaani, Tbilisi and Hannover will be discontinued from October.

Additionally, Estonian Air will start a new four times weekly service to the Swedish city of Gothenburg on 1 February 2013.