Ryanair will launch seven new routes from Tallinn to destinations in Europe this winter.
Flights to London Luton, Edinburgh and Dublin will be introduced by the low-cost airline from the Estonian capital, while services to Dusseldorf (Weeze), Milan (Bergamo), Oslo (Ryggee) and Stockholm (Skavsta) will also commence from December.
Stephen McNamara, Ryanair's head of communications, said he is "pleased" to announce the launch of its first seven Estonian routes.
"Ryanair's Tallinn routes will deliver 300,000 passengers per annum and sustain 300 local jobs," he commented.
Mr McNamara went on to say that passengers wishing to travel on the routes will be able to "beat the recession" thanks to airline's low fares.
Ryanair's flights to Dublin from Tallinn will commence on December 14th, while flights to London Luton and Edinburgh will be launched on January 10th.
On Wednesday (September 29th), Ryanair called on the European Commission to take "urgent action" to prevent further air traffic control strikes, with the airline having been recently been affected by strike action in France and Spain.