Estonian Air will operate the route six days a week, Sunday to Friday.
CCO of Estonian Air, Rauno Parras, said: “Establishing codeshare cooperation with one of the biggest airlines in the world is important for developing Estonian Air’s operations and executing its strategy.
“The cooperation of Estonian Air and Air France allows us to operate the flights on Tallinn–Paris route with high frequencies throughout the year and offer to our customers' good connectivity into and from Air France’s global network.”
SVP Europe & North Africa for Air France–KLM, Antoine Pussiau, added: “This agreement paves the way for new development opportunities on the Estonian market. Thanks to these six weekly flights, and the 2 existing daily flights in codeshare with KLM, customers will benefit from connections to 230 destinations worldwide from our two hubs in Paris Charles de Gaulle and Amsterdam Schiphol.”
As of July 16, Estonian Air flights will arrive and depart from Terminal 2D at Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport. Currently Estonian Air flies out of Terminal 1.
Estonian Air, Estonia’s national carrier, is the biggest operator at Tallinn Airport, and is the only carrier to operate the Tallinn–Paris route.
The airline flies to 24 destinations in CIS, Scandinavia and Europe, and has recently announced new destinations, such as Helsinki, Riga, Jyväskylä, Hannover, Vienna, Venice, Joensuu, Kajaani and Tbilisi.
Air France–KLM carried 75.8 million passengers and 1.1 million tonnes of cargo last year.
The group's fleet comprises more 586 aircraft, including 173 regional aircraft.
Its network covers 230 destinations in 113 countries from its hubs at Paris Charles de Gaulle and Amsterdam Schiphol.
With Delta and Alitalia, Air France and KLM operate the biggest transatlantic joint venture with more than 250 daily flights.
Air France and KLM are members of the SkyTeam alliance.