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easyJet launches direct route to Tallinn from Liverpool

28th April 2011 Print

easyJet, the UK’s largest airline, has today (Tuesday 26 April) launched its first direct service to Tallinn from Liverpool.

The low-fares airline is now providing a three-times-weekly service to Tallinn from Liverpool John Lennon Airport with fares starting at just £23.99 (one-way, including taxes).

Tallinn, this year’s European Capital of Culture, has become a favourite destination due to its enchanting historic centre with medieval buildings and cobbled alleyways, alluring boutique shopping, tempting restaurants and great nightlife.

Ali Gayward, UK Commercial Manager at easyJet commented: “Tallinn is a rising alternative city break destination as it beautifully brings the city’s medieval history together with its modern art galleries, stylish cafés and chic restaurants.  With new direct flights from Liverpool from £23.99 one-way, we’re making it even more accessible for everyone.

“easyJet now offers a total of 32 routes from Liverpool John Lennon Airport. The secret to our success is offering the best fares to the airports our customers tell us they want to fly to.”

The Lord Mayor of Liverpool, Councillor Hazel Williams said: “We in Liverpool are delighted that this route opens up a direct connection between two European Capitals of Culture. We hope people from both cities will take the opportunity to visit Liverpool and Tallinn to see the way both of these fantastic cities have benefited from European Capital of Culture status to promote the outstanding programme of events and activities they offer to visitors.”

Tallinn 2011 Communications Director, Maris Hellrande commented: “We are looking forward to welcoming visitors from Liverpool to Tallinn for our special year. We offer locals and visitors thousands of cultural events within the 251 projects of the European Capital of Culture. We also cooperated successfully with Liverpool on the developing our Tallinn hospitality programme for 2011 which has been influenced by the 2008 Liverpool Welcome programme. Our visitors will receive a very warm welcome here in Tallinn.”

Last month the low-fares airline began operating its new route to Gibraltar from Liverpool.

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