Estonian Air, Estonia's national carrier, was founded in 1991 with home base in Tallinn Airport.
Estonian Air is the biggest operator at Tallinn Airport. The airline flies regular routes to Stockholm, Copenhagen, Amsterdam, Brussels, Oslo, Moscow, Munich, St Petersburg, Kiev, Vilnius and Trondheim.
On 21 December 2013, Estonian Air launched a seasonal air link between Tallinn and Munich.
The route will be operated until 29 March 2014. In addition, from May to September, Estonian Air will fly to Nice and Split, and from June to August to Paris.
In 2013 the airline carried more than half a million passengers, Estonian Air employs around 170 people. Estonian Air is owned by the Estonian state and the SAS Group.
Leading aircraft charter specialist, Air Charter Service (ACS), 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 c...
In 2013 Estonian Air carried altogether 551 169 passengers, out of which 545 459 on regular flights. In December Estonian Air carried 41 083 passengers, out of which 40 891 on regular flights. The load factor of Estonian Air regular flights was 67% which is 3.8 percentage points lower than in 201...