Munich has become the latest to join the growing list of cities that will soon be unreachable by direct flight from Tallinn Airport.
Lufthansa said today that it would discontinue its Tallinn-Munich service from April. A company sales representative, however, told uudised.err.ee that it would add additional flights to Frankfurt to allow more passengers to transfer through that hub.
News of the change comes less than two weeks after Estonian Air announced that it would stop servicing the Tallinn-Paris route next year and suspend flights to Vienna as part of route cuts designed to ease its financial hardship. It has also suspended its Tallinn-Tartu service.
Irish budget airline Ryanair also reduced its winter season destinations from Tallinn this year, leaving Barcelona, Bremen, Dublin, Düsseldorf and Stockholm off its seasonal schedule.