Estonian Air employees demand redundancy pay from NordicaEconomy
- Tootsi wind farm to become Estonian Air vol. 2Economy
- Tiit Vähi: anti-Russia torch of war damaging to business Former Prime Minister talks to PostimeesEconomy
- Nordica foresees €15m of lossEconomy
- An airline that is notEconomy
- Editorial: the political component and economic reckoningOpinionDoubtless, state enterprise management and related decisions always come with both economic and political components. If the purely political becomes too much, the resulting imbalance is bad for society, and at times for the decision makers themselves. Seeing that, as a rule, state controls strategic companies directly of indirectly determining functioning and welfare of the state.
- What went wrong with Estonian Air? EverythingEconomy
- National Audit Office: government pumped money into Estonian Air hurriedly and superficiallyEconomyNational Audit Office says the European Commission decision regarding Estonian state having supported national airline AS Estonian Air with €84.9m in violation of EU rules could have been avoided, had the government followed the principles of State Assets Act and asked if giving money and loans to Estonian Air was purposeful, expedient, economical and lawful.
- AirBaltic's controversial foreign investor owns «several offshore companies» Ralf-Dieter Montag-Girmes talks to Postimees 1Economy«No blood dripping from my hands. Not eating infants. I'm an absolutely normal person,» says Ralf-Dieter Montag-Girmes, a German who invested €52m in airBaltic in November 2015. Even so, in Latvia the man was regarded controversial enough for Prime Minister Laimdota Straujuma to sack transport minister Anrijs Matīss the day after investment decision was announced.
- Estonia not to appeal negative decision re Estonian Air state aidEconomy
- First plane of Nordic Aviation Group to take off in JanuaryEconomy
- Bankruptcy of Estonian Air announcedEconomy
- Former Estonian Air employees receive redundancy benefits worth EUR 607,000Economy
- Clients complain over flights in clunkersEconomyTo summarise the opening month of new national airline Nordic Aviation Group, an Estonian aviation specialist said it best: he'd not sit in these clunkers. The passengers are grumpy but the staff of Nordic seeks to soothe – come January, being constantly late and having hair stand on end in air will be history.
- Nordic combines several existing aviation companiesEconomy
- Minister: Redundancy payouts to Estonian Air employees depend on creditorsEconomy
- SAS to fly from Tallinn to Stockholm, Oslo, CopenhagenEconomy
- Editorial: connections lost? What's the cost?Opinion
- Nordic Aviation mounts up with wings of Slovenes Estonian Air replaced lightning fastEconomyHeld at economy ministry Saturday afternoon, the end-of-Estonian Air press conference was curt and business-like, to-the-point and free from the feeling of a funeral. The event held in the evening at Tallinn Airport to present the fresh and aspiring Estonian national airline Nordic Aviation Group was altogether other than: the atmosphere was festive, coffee and buns straight out of oven, and lion's share of the 24 of new staff present with tired yet happy and hopeful faces sporting a blue T-shirt enthusing that «Flights are Happening».
- European Commission's decision on state aid to Estonian Air is negativeEconomy
- The Estonian Air Judgement expected this SaturdayEconomy
- Estonian Air's passenger numbers grow 17.8 pct in JulyEconomy
- Turkey draws shivering Estonians desperate for a tanLocal News
- Estonian Air admits inferior quality of substitute planesLocal News
- Estonian off the air ... or notLocal News
- Estonian Air carried 0.4 pct more passengers in 2014Economy
- Estonian Air plane luckily lands on flat tyreLocal News
- One storm cloud less, for Estonian AirEconomy