Estonian Air pondering expansion plans ({{commentsTotal}})

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State-owned airline Estonian Air board member Indrek Randveer said the company wants to open new routes, both in the summer and winter seasons, and is looking towards Milan, Italy, and Germany.

Randveer said Berlin will receive more focus as the route was popular in the summer, but the airline, which could be privatized soon, is also looking more into the charter market and has already signed five agreements with travel agents, Postimees reported.

Last week the company said it won a tender to connect two small Swedish industrial towns to Stockholm and will seek more routes outside of Estonia.

The airline is also planning to begin giving out free water, sweets, tea and coffee, and is drawing up an entertainment program.



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