Liverpool Airport is now offering flights to Estonia with easyJet.
The low cost carrier this week (Tuesday April 26th) launched its first direct route to the Estonian capital, Tallinn from the UK travel hub.
"Tallinn is a rising alternative city-break destination, as it beautifully brings the city's medieval history together with its modern art galleries, stylish cafes and chic restaurants. With new direct flights from Liverpool from £23.99 one-way, we're making it even more accessible for everyone," Ali Gayward, UK commercial manager at easyJet, said.
Flights leave the north-west facility for the Estonian capital three times each week.
Councillor Hazel Williams, lord mayor of Liverpool, said that she was "delighted" that the two urban areas, both European Capitals of Culture, were now linked.
With the addition of this service, easyJet now offers 32 routes from the English travel hub, to destinations across Europe, such as Amsterdam, Alicante, Brussels and Krakow.