Tallinn Airport has opened a new 5,000-square-meter hangar complex and signed a 10-year rental agreement with Estonian business jet company Panaviatic.
Jüri Pihl, who served as director of the Internal Security Service and interior minister and now heads Panaviatic's supervisory board, said the company the company is expanding its fleet, and management and maintenance services, ETV reported on Tuesday.
The company currently has seven seven-seat Learjets for hire, but is hoping to purchase larger aircraft in the near future.
The complex cost 5 million euros to build and is the largest of the kind in the Baltics. Tallinn Airport now has 16,000 square meters of hangar space.