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Estonian Air

  1. 1. Estonian Air BENEDICT GOMBOCZ
  2. 2. Background Background  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 programme. Logo
  3. 3. Other facts  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 Amadeus Esti  Fleet size 8  Destinations 14  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)  Website
  4. 4. Destinations  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 Vilnius.  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.
  5. 5. Codeshare agreements  Estonian Air has codeshare agreements with these airlines:  Aeroflot (SkyTeam)  Air France (SkyTeam)  Belavia  Brussels Airlines (Star Alliance)  KLM (SkyTeam)  Rossiya  Scandinavian Airlines System (Star Alliance)
  6. 6. 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 menu.
  7. 7. Services: Lounge  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.
  8. 8. Estonian Air aircraft, Tallinn Airport
  9. 9. The End The End  YouTube links:  Tallinn Airport (TLL) - Estonian Air Embraer 170 (ES-AEA):  Estonian Air CRJ 900 takeoff: Estonian Air Embraer E-170