Well, EasyJet flies to TLL
. Flynorid and Sterling have a joint flight CPH
. Next to that, Estonian Air is pretty much a loc-cost airline, at least in their fare system. And they're not expensive anyways. And, most important, Tallinn is not such a big market. Estonia only counts 1.5M inhabitants, and has one of the lowest GDP rates in Europe.
However, there is still traffic growth to expect, as the Baltics are the fastest growing economy in Europe. KL
for example, is planning a 2nd daily flight AMS
, as stated in De Wolenridder. I wouldn't be surprised with more flights to Germany or Finland either. FR
on a TMP
I also expect more flights to Riga. As Latvia has a lot of links with Germany, more flights to Germany are to expect. LBC
has been rumoured, I also expect a NRN
becomes a base. And I hope for a U2 DTM
Besides this, I expect many LCC-routes from western- to eastern-europe to be launched. In 2 years, people from eastern europe can work anywhere in the EU (they can't now yet), generating a need for cheap transportation between eastern europe and the west - the reason also for all the Wizzair and Ryanair flights between Germany and Poland. And many routes from countries like Hungary, Poland and the Czech republic to sunny destinations are likely.
Last, as Romania and Bulgaria will join the EU in 2007, more routes to this countries are expected too. Like vacation traffic from eastern europe to Varna.
[Edited 2005-07-25 18:03:44]