Articles Tagged ‘Estonian Air’
Estonian Air launches seasonal flights from Tallinn Airport to Munich Airport with weekly flights.
Estonian Air launched new Italian service from Tallinn to Venice.
Norway’s fourth-busiest airport, serving Trondheim on Norway’s west coast, grew by 11% last year, but which traffic segment is growing the most? Which are the five new airlines that have launched flights to the airport in the last two years, now making up half of the airport’s airline customers? And just how dominant is the […]
Estonian Air launches services to Finnish Kajaani and Georgian Tbilisi from Tallinn.
Estonian Air has launched a new route from Tallinn Airport to Hannover
Europe’s airline may be having a mixed time financially but that’s not stopping them exploring new routes this summer. We do some analysis at the over 500 new routes starting during the next three weeks to reveal which airline is starting the most new routes (no surprises here) and which country’s airports will be celebrating […]
Estonian Air has launched five new routes from its Tallinn Airport base; to Finland, Latvia and Austria.
Since joining the EU in May 2004 the three Baltic countries of Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania have had their share of ups and down with regard to airline development. We take a closer look at which airlines currently have the biggest presence in the market and how quickly the region’s biggest airports are growing.
Estonian Air now flies from its Tallinn base to Trondheim in Norway and Vilnius in Lithuania.
Estonian Air launches Trondheim and returns to Vilnius; scheduled passenger numbers up 16% this year
Estonian Air serves 18 destinations non-stop from Tallinn using aircraft from three different manufacturers. Which are the airline’s busiest routes and what direct (and indirect) competition does it face on its network? Which new route has already been announced starting next March?
Proving that some intra-European country markets are still anything but mature, we take a look at developments during the last year between Sweden and Lithuania. Which carriers have started, stopped and in some cases re-started services between these two northern European countries?
51 new routes were launched across the world in the last week, with Russian, German and Canadian airports represented the most. But which airport had 500 people celebrate the arrival of its first international passenger service? And in which country did three airlines launch domestic, regional services?