Flag carrier airline of Estonia, and is based in Tallinn.
Regional airline feeding into the Scandinavian Airline System Aktiebolag
network from Stockholm, Oslo, Trondheim, and Copenhagen via Estonia.
Is 97.34% owned by the Estonian government and 2.66% owned by the
Scandinavian Airlines System Aktiebolag.
Has 166 employees.
In contrast to its associated carrier, Scandinavian Airlines System, it is not a
member of Star Alliance, but it is part of the EuroBonus, the SAS loyalty
Founded 1 December 1991
Hubs Lennart Meri Tallinn Airport
Frequent-flyer program EuroBonus
Airport lounge Business Class Lounge
Subsidiaries AS Estonian Air Regional, Estonian Aviation Fuelling Services AS, Estonian Air Jet Leasing Ltd, AS
Fleet size 8
Parent company Republic of Estonia (97.34%), Scandinavian Airlines System Aktiebolag (2.66%)
Headquarters Lennujaama tee 13, 11101, Tallinn, Estonia
Key people Jan Palmér (CEO), Jyri Ketola (COO), Wade Stokes (CFO), Rauno Parras (COO), Signe Vaks-Saareoja (HRM)
Revenue Increase of €91.5 million (2012)
Profit Decrease of €−49.2 million (2012)
Estonian Air provides direct flights via the Estonian capital of Tallinn to the following destinations in Europe: Amsterdam, Berlin (only in the summer),
Brussels, Copenhagen, Kiev, Moscow, Nice (only in the summer), Oslo (only in the summer), Saint Petersburg, Stockholm, Trondheim, Vienna, and
Estonian Air has close ties with Scandinavian Airlines System (SAS), operating regular flights to SAS hubs in Copenhagen, Oslo, and Stockholm.
The airline has “well connected with SAS” status and the frequent flyer program of the airline is SAS’ EuroBonus scheme; co-ordinated timetabling and
shared airport lounges are among the other products and services SAS shares with Estonian Air.
In addition, Estonian Air codeshares with SAS on the Tallinn-Stockholm, -Trondheim, -Copenhagen, -Oslo routes.
Estonian Air has codeshare agreements with these airlines:
Air France (SkyTeam)
Brussels Airlines (Star Alliance)
Scandinavian Airlines System (Star Alliance)
Services: Flex Class and Eco Class
There are two service class onboard on all Boeing and Bombardier-operated flights: Flex class and Eco class.
Flex class: Passengers holding Business or Flexible Economy fare tickets sit in the forward sections of the single-cabin aircraft. Depending on the time of
departure and length of the flight, snacks or meals and drinks are served to all high-fare passengers. Additionally included in the ticket price are
alcoholic beverages (wine, sparkling wine, gin, rum, brandy, etc.)
Eco class: Eco class is for Economy fare ticket passengers. Passengers who want refreshments, such as water, must purchase from a buy on board
Estonian Air Business Class passengers and SAS EuroBonus Gold/Pandion card holders are entitled to Business Class Lounge in the transit area.
Payphone, free newspapers, and magazines are offered.
There are also other facilities, such as a bar, internet-connected computers, and printers.
Tallinn Airport (TLL) - Estonian Air Embraer 170 (ES-AEA):
Estonian Air CRJ 900 takeoff:
Estonian Air Embraer E-170
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