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airBaltic to Offer Pop-Up Flights from Tallinn to Palma de Mallorca

airBaltic announced that it will operate pop-up flights from Tallinn to Palma de Mallorca at the end of summer – from August 5 to September 2. Moreover, additional flights from Tallinn to London (Gatwick Airport, August 4 – September 4) and Paris (August 6 – September 3) will supplement the current schedule.

Palma de Mallorca, the capital city of the Balearic Islands in Spain, is renowned for its stunning coastal scenery, vibrant cultural scene, and rich historical heritage. Nestled on the shimmering shores of the Mediterranean, this picturesque city offers a blend of ancient and modern attractions, including the majestic La Seu Cathedral, a gothic masterpiece, and Bellver Castle, which offers panoramic views of the surrounding bay. The city’s old town is a labyrinth of narrow streets filled with boutique shops, traditional restaurants, and bustling markets. The city is also a gateway to the rest of Mallorca’s idyllic beaches, secluded coves, and rugged mountain landscapes, making it a favored destination for tourists seeking both relaxation and adventure.

Martin Gauss, President and CEO of airBaltic: “Pop-up flights represent new and innovative concept for airBaltic, designed to offer seamless, temporary travel options directly tied to consumer demand and special events. These flights enable us to provide more flexibility, which greatly benefits our customers, especially during peak travel times to high-demand destinations like Palma de Mallorca. ”

Flights to Palma De Mallorca will be operated once a week, on Mondays. Tickets are already available at

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