Estonian Air’s newest aircraft is in traffic
The recent addition to Estonian Air fleet enters regular traffic; the first flight in Estonian Air colours is made on the Tallinn-London route.
The second B737-300 in Estonian Air fleet that arrived at Tallinn airport on 12 January left Tallinn this afternoon on its first scheduled flight to London Gatwick.
“Estonian Air expresses appreciation to all government agencies in Estonia for their support and positive co-operation in handling the formalities connected with the new aircraft,” says Rait Kalda, COO and member of the Board of Management of the company. “This makes it possible for Estonian Air to return to the Lithuanian capacity provider Aurela the temporarily sub-chartered Boeing 737-300.”
AS Estonian Air is Estonia’s national airline, offering regular flights from Tallinn to 15 destinations throughout Europe. Estonian Air is owned by the Estonian state, SAS Group and Cresco Investment Bank.