Estonian Air News

Air Estonia to keep Berlin route flying into winter season

Air Estonia to keep Berlin route flying into winter season

1st Aug 2014 Airline News

A new Berlin route from Estonia Air has been so well received by customers that the carrier has decided to extend the flight period between Tallinn and Berlin up to November 1st 2014. “Estonians are highly interested in travelling to Germany, and the results of the flights between Tallinn and Berlin, which were initially opened for the summer period, have been surprisingly positive,” said Indrek Randveer, chief commercial officer, Estonian Air

Estonian Air signs exclusive agreement with Air Charter Service

Estonian Air signs exclusive agreement with Air Charter Service

17th Jan 2014 Airline News

Leading aircraft charter specialist Air Charter Service has agreed to market and sell Estonian Air’s Embraer 170 aircraft exclusively, having identified a gap in the market as airlines continue to trim charter capacity. Commercial Jets Director at ACS, Matt Purton, explained: “With a capacity of 76 seats and a range of around three hours, we feel that the aircraft is very versatile and will be ideal for sports teams, oil and gas clients and the MICE industry.”

European investigation into state aid at Estonian Air

European investigation into state aid at Estonian Air

22nd Feb 2013 Airline News

The European Commission has opened an in-depth investigation into a number of public support measures granted by Estonia in favour of its flag carrier airline Estonian Air. At this stage, the Commission has doubts whether these measures are in line with EU state aid rules.

Estonian Air and SimpliFlying invite agencies to create world record-breaking initiative

Estonian Air and SimpliFlying invite agencies to create world record-breaking initiative

25th Aug 2012 Press Release Airline News Organisations & Operators

Estonian Air, together with SimpliFlying, is launching a competition to Turkish marketing agencies and travel agencies for the best business ideas on filling up a 85-seater airplane. The winning agency will not only get the opportunity to create a ‘world’s first’ or ‘world’s highest’ record with an entire plane at its disposal, it will also get to keep 25% of the revenue generated from filling the plane.