The Estonian airline, Nordica, resumed flights on the Tallinn-Odesa route on May 12, the CFTS reports, citing information from the Odesa airport.

The flights will be operated every Saturday. Flights will depart from the Tallinn airport at 12:20 and from the Odesa airport at 15:15, local time. Two more flights (on Wednesdays and Thursdays) will be added during the period of June 27-August 23.

The flight duration is 2 hours and 20 minutes.

As reported, the Estonian airline has been operating flights from Tallinn to the Kyiv airport (Zhulyany) since April 26. In addition, it operates regular flights to the Boryspil airport.

Nordica’s Business Development Director Sven Kukemelk told the CFTS that the airline intended to begin flying to a third Ukrainian city.

"We are very close to announcing a new destination in Ukraine. I think that an official announcement will appear in about two weeks. It is a city to which Nordica is not flying yet," Kukemelk said on April 26. The Lviv airport will probably be the airline’s new destination in Ukraine. The Lviv airport announced on April 26 that it was in talks with a number of airlines, including Nordica. However, Kukemelk denied this in comments to the CFTS correspondent.