The Estonian national carrier will operate five daily flights between the two cities from August, up from the current schedule of four flights a week from Tallinn to Stockholm’s Arlanda Airport and two services a week from Kuressaare to the Swedish capital.
Flights will continue to run as part of the existing codeshare between SAS and Estonian Air and passengers will be able to use the joint frequent-flyer scheme, EuroBonus.
Ilona Eskelinen, PR director at Estonian Air, commented: "Sweden and Stockholm is a big and important market and we wish to continue to offer great flexibility and fast connections to our customers.
"By adding flights we will maintain good connections with the SAS route network at Stockholm-Arlanda airport."
The airline recently added its first direct flight to Rome. The service will operate twice weekly from Tallinn to the Italian city as part of the carrier’s summer schedule which also includes flights to Paris, Dubrovnik and Simferopol.