Tallinn-Munich route, which is operated by Adria Airways in cooperation with Nordica, started to have a Lufthansa code-share from 27 March 2016.
This is a remarkable new step in the route development of Nordica, which significantly enhances travelling possibilities to and from Tallinn.
“Lufthansa is the biggest airline in Europe in terms of passengers and aircraft count. It is therefore a great recognition to have cooperation with them. Even more so, as Lufthansa is the founding member of Star Alliance, the world’s largest global airline alliance, which proves the high quality of Nordica,” said Sven Kukemelk, Executive Director Business Development of Nordica.
As Munich is the second biggest hub of Lufthansa Group with flights to Asia, South America, North America, Africa and Middle East, then this code-share agreement enables seamless connections and benefits for travelling via Munich to the rest of the world. As Lufthansa and Adria Airways share a joint frequent flyer program, Miles&More, then passengers will enjoy the highest level of quality and benefits on both airlines.
Flights between Tallinn and Munich are operated twice a day in morning and evening times at Munich Airport’s Terminal 2, providing excellent connectivity to onward flights, especially Italy and Balkan region.