Estonian travel agency GoAdventure announced that it will launch cooperation with Asian carrier Metrojet and at first, flights to Egypt will be launched, LETA/Postimees Online reports.
GoAdventure's CEO Marina Moks said that flights take place three times a week from Tallinn to Hurghada and Sharm el-Sheikh. "We will launch flights to Egypt as soon as possible," she said.
Moks explained that the Metrojet base will be located in Estonia – planes will be stationed here and here crew changes take place. "We want to increase the number of routes and develop them, meaning that while others, for example Estonian Air, are closing their routes, we are trying to open them, since planes should be in the air not in the parking lot," she said.
Metrojet starts at the same time with Estonia also flights from Latvia.