Survival as in the iron age: this February, at temperatures under 20 degrees celsius students from Tartu lived for one week like the Vikings in pre-Christianity centuries in Rouge, South Estonia . They shivered in front of their log cabin, fought against biting smoke, and warmed themselves with self-brewed beer.
During the day the students were busy with finding firewood and cooking, in the evening they relaxed at meagre lighting, with knitting, producing candles, cutting wood, and exchanging stories. One said: “It was an adventure. If I had the chance, I would do it again. ”
From 25 March on, Lufthansa will fly twice daily between Munich and Tallinn and thereby enables business travellers to return the same day.
That means additionally to the evening flight so far, a morning flight has been added. An Embraer 195 will do the job on this connection which can transport very well 100 passengers. Start is in Munich every day at 9.15 am and landing at 12.40 pm in Tallinn. The evening flight starts at 19.25 (7.25 pm) and reaches the Estonian capital at 22.50 (10.50 pm). All times given in local time. About half of the passengers of Lufthansa on flights to Tallinn are business travellers, the other half are tourists.